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WCMD, a Sale and a Mood Board! Oh My!

Hello there! Amanda here with you today to share this month's mood board. I couldn't resist having fun with some Halloween colors and images! I don't really decorate for Halloween but man this has me rethinking that! I mean seriously, how fun are these pics!?

So here we have it! Jet black, Glitter/Metallic Silver, Lime Green and Dark Violet
Image Sources: Pinterest

Are you inspired to start creating some Halloween projects? If you are busy crafting cards this weekend for World Card Making Day we challenge you to use this mood board and link below in the comments! Or share on instagram with the hashtags #BRImoodboard2 and #BRIwcmd2015. A random winner will be chosen from all entries to receive a special prize!

And while you're busy using up all your supplies how about a sale to restock your stash!? Head on over to the shop for 15% off your entire purchase!


  1. Happy WCMD2015! I made a card inspired by the mood board. You can see it here:

  2. So much amazing inspiration from WCMD! :) ... I used colors from your mood board for this card:

    1. Thanks for playing along! Since it's still October, I left this up through the end of the month and will pick a winner in a few days!

  3. Hope it isn't too late to enter;

  4. I enjoyed this color combo!! I hope it's not to late to join this challenge :)

  5. Just wondering where we'll find the Winners from this challenge?


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