November 9, 2010

call it a blond moment..

but I would really love to know how to put inspiration boards together. Do I need a fancy expensive program.. or am I just missing something? Would you help? xo
****( you guys are amazing, thank you! I'll do some experimenting! )


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18 comments:

thingsthatsparkle said...

i use power point! its so easy. photoshop is definitely ideal though. hope this helps!

www.thingsthatsparkleblog.blogspot.com

Anna Walker said...

Oh I have absolutely no idea! BUT when you find out, you should do a post on it! :)
I am sure that many people are dying to know!

http://annawalker1992.blogspot.com/

Sal R-J said...

I just use photoshop!

LifestyleBohemia said...

I use photo bucket to store and organize my inspiration boards on the computer, and then I print/scrapbook what I really love and put it on a linen board in my office :)

Beach House Living said...

Please let me know too.

L. Collins said...

Definitely photoshop CS4, its very simple once you get the hang of it, and you can use it to do lots of other things!

Megan Elizabeth said...

I've never heard of power point before, but that's a good idea.
There's also polyvore & image spark.

Liz @ It's Great To Be Home said...

I keep my photos on Flickr and then use powerpoint or sumo paint (free online) to create the mood boards. Works great!!

liza said...

You can use the microsoft Paint program, which I do because I've been lazy and haven't put photoshop on my computer yet. It takes some experimenting to get comfortable, but it can be done.

Pigeon said...

polyvore.com has a free moodboard function.

Studio 13 said...

If you have a Mac, Pages is awesome!

Andrea Johnson said...

Hi Sarah,

I use Picasa for Mac. It works great and it's really easy to use.

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

I use Powerpoint, which works surprisingly well I think. Another option is Olioboard, if you want more 3D looking boards xo

Lissa @ After Adornment said...

I am a third for powerpoint! Comes with Microsoft Office and super easy to use. Photoshop would be ideal but it is quite expensive.

jenna @ alittlebleu said...

i'm a photoshop lady myself :)

Jordana @ White Cabana said...

I like polyvore or powerpoint. I haven't tried pages...maybe something for me to look at. Thanks for putting this question out there!
-J

Anonymous said...

If you have a MAC, us the Pages program in iLife - it is AMAZING! It functions similar to Adobe Photoshop/InDesign without being so difficult and expensive. Love it!

Rachel Joins the Fray said...

Thank you so much for asking this publicly!! ; )