I’m almost done priming the bookshelves,
they look better already.
I have been posting pictures on facebook if you are so inclined to have a
Since I have started making mood boards, I have been asked how it works. Today I thought I thought it would be fun to give a quick little tutorial.
I will admit, at first I was a little intimidated but I learned as I went along.
There are a lot of sites that give you free software so you can begin creating. I have only used
My Deco but am excited to start trying out a few others to see which one is the most user friendly.
~Onto The Tutorial~
Log onto My Deco site and register.
Click on Create a New Mood Board
and you will come to a screen that looks like this:
Here is where the fun begins.
You begin by grabbing pictures from items you have clipped from the Internet (Very much like pinning) by downloading their clipper and adding it to your toolbar.
You simply drag and drop your items into the white cloud.
Click here to learn how to download their clipper.
You can also grab items from from their store. Search for items by color, brand, category, etc.
Drag & drop those items into the “white cloud.”
I continue to drag and drop until I have all my items, not worrying too much about arrangement.
Start to arrange the elements by decreasing or increasing the size.
Once you have all your elements you can start dragging them around the cloud to create your vision.
If there is something you don’t like simply delete it or drag it back.
Save your moodboard and categorize it.
You are all done, not too bad, right?
Here are the two mood boards I made for the loft….
And one for the pumpkin mask.
Do you have a favorite site to create your moodboard?
Thanks for stopping in today!