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Fashion - How to Make a Fashion Mood Board Workshop

Making a mood board is a great way for young people to express themselves - and learn a range of eye-catching design techniques...


On our accessible How to Make a Mood Board Workshop, your young people will discover the secrets to making a professional mood board. Its not just about cutting out and sticking!

Along the way, they'll learn pro design techniques including 3D-layering and letter-blocking from workshop leader and SSS founder Sissy Rooney


What happens on the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop?

Sissy kicks things off by running a PowerPoint presentation that shows what a mood board is and how the group can use it to capture their style and influences.

She then shows the group examples of her mood boards – and demonstrates the techniques she used to create them, such as 3D-layering, tearing, and letter-blocking.

Your group will then make their own mood boards, with Sissy's help and guidance.

                                                                                                                                                    

What do young people get out of the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop?

  • How to present creative work to a very high standard – these are valuable skills that can be taken on to secondary school and college levels
  • The chance to produce a piece of creative work that reflects their own personality and chosen themes
  • An opportunity to let their creativity run wild
  • A whole lot of fun!!


What sizes does the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop come in?

This workshop is usually two hours long. But it can also be combined with our other fashion workshops to provide a fuller introduction to the fashion design process.

 

How many young people can the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop accommodate?

We recommend that groups are limited to twenty young people or fewer on our fashion design courses. This way, Sissy can spend time with each group member providing help and inspiration.

 

What do young people say about the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop?

  •  “I loved getting creative” – Joanne 15
  • “Im going to show my sister how to make one” – lisa 14
  • “I learnt how to put things together and make things 3d” – James 10


Like the sound of this workshop?

check out some of our other exciting options

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Or  try one of our most popular classes

T-shirt Spray-Painting Workshop


Contact us about the How to Make a Mood Board Workshop

Our workshops can vary in cost, so please provide us with some more information eg, numbers, location and the workshop you are interested in and we will provide you with a personal quote.

 

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 We are very proud to say that we always aim to beat our competitor's costs whilst providing first class practitioners who will inspire and engage the young people they are delivering too! (Just take a look at our testimonials


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This workshop is available across the north of England and much of the rest of the country. We can also create a workshop especially for you – taking your budget, timeframes and location into consideration.

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