Friday, January 6, 2017

January Pinspire Me Mood Board


New year requires a new look for Paper Issues.  Isn't it fresh and pretty?

Did you bring in the New Year partying with friends, low key on the couch, watching the time tick so you can go to bed, set of fireworks in your neighborhood?  What about a New Years birthday party with balloons.  There are so many ideas you can take from this mood board.  I can see you crafty people really being inspired by something/anything on this board.  

What ever you create, be sure to share it in our Paper Issues Friends and Fans group on Facebook.  By entering, you will be entered to win a gift card to the Paper Issues Store.  


Here is what I created from the mood board! 
 I was inspired by the gold, gold stars, and the hanging 2017.




Before Miss Heather left the Paper Issues Team, 
she created this adorable layout of her handsome pup.  


Amanda used Fancy Pants Golden Says collection and was inspired by the gold and vertical typography.  I think it is stunning and would never of thought of this collection.  It is absolutely perfect. 



Lisa never disappoints with her stunning cards.  She was obviously inspired by the gold and the numbers.  She used our December Swag Bag to perfection.  



Rachel's title is spectacular!  She used Crate Paper's Hello Love collection and it just pops off of the black page!  Gold was her inspiration too!



Pink Paislee's Moonstruck was perfect for this layout by Pol Prince.  When she say the mood board, she knew she was going to use this vellum!



Devra was the first to be inspired by the "page 1 of 365" and it reflects in her photograph.  She also loved the black and gold along with the stars!  The pop of teal brings it to life.  


Renee Timmerman (new to the team :o)) was also inspired by the "page 1 of 365." I love the photo so much!


Stacie really rocked the new cut file from the Paper Issues store.  She was inspired by the gold starts (which is obvi!), the numbers and "more love" from the vertical typography photo.  I just love how she used the Hazelwood collection, don't you?  




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