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Snap

I don't make mood boards and would love to learn more! Thank you for the chance!

Donna

I've never made a mood board. Would love to learn more about them.

Cherie

I love this concept. Would love to try this.

annie!

I've never made...in fact...never heard of a mood board until today but I think the process is fascinating. I'd love to own the book! Thanks!

NancyW

First time I've even heard of a mood board but I do something like that in painting backgrounds for journal pages. Love the chance to win this book.

sheila johnston

Many years ago, when I was studying fashion design, we used a similar tool for designing a collection: samples of colours, textures and fabric were combined with quick sketches to provide direction to those working on the collection.

Sheila J

Ginigin

Thanks so much for sharing the page on mood boards. I was thinking of something quite different ... am intrigued by this book. Fingers crossed it flies over to me.

Suella

I use the pages of a sketch book for my college embroidery course to help me focus on an inspiration and colors. I collect inspiring pages throughout the year and select from these. At the moment it is fish, and colors of salmon coming back upstream to spawn as well as their ocean scale color.

I'll be basing embroidery work around this theme or moor board.

Norma K. Bott

What a Fantabulous way to approach and find your own art! Also serve as personal therapy and calm in this different world.
Norma K.

Birgit

I have never made a mood board, but it sounds interesting. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

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