January Virtual Crop: Challenge 5

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What a fabulous day this has been.

Together, we have created hundreds of projects to be added to our scrapbooks with memories that will last a lifetime.

We, here at Creative Memories Home Office thank you for being here with us today. Please make sure to mark the dates for the rest of the 2017 Virtual Crops on your calendars.  We LOVE having a FULL house here.

Without any further delay……

The final challenge.

Challenge 5:  Create a layout, card, border, or spread using the following three colors:  RED, BLACK, and WHITE.  When you are done, take a photo, and post it to the event page prior to 7:00 pm CST to qualify for the prize.

Use hashtag:  #CMVirtualCrop

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Use the following projects for inspiration:

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Cards created by Melissa Ullmann- US Home Office

To create these cards you will need:

Black Cardstock  US CAN

Cranberry Cardstock  US CAN

Mi Amor Paper Pack  US CAN

Mi Amor Embellishments  US CAN

Mi Amor Stickers  US CAN

12″ Straight Trimmer  US CAN

Foam Squares  US CAN

Tape Runner  US CAN

Sending All My Love Card:

Step 1:  Cut a piece of Cranberry Cardstock to measure 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″.  Fold in half to create card base.

Step 2: Cut a piece of black wood grain paper to measure 4″ x 5-1/4″.  Adhere to the front of the card.

Step 3:  Cut a piece of the heart patterned paper to measure 3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″.  Adhere to the top of the card.

Step 4:  Adhere the stickers, adding foam squares to some to create dimension.

Love You More Everyday Card:

Step 1:  Cut three pieces of paper to measure 1-1/4″.  Adhere to the front of the card.

Step 2:  Adhere the banner embellishments to the card.  Cut away any excess from the far left side.

Step 3:  Adhere the heart embellishment, the epoxy hearts, and the sticker to the card.

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Digital Layout created by Beth Thomander- Canada

Layout created using:  Mi Amor Digital Kit  US CAN

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Layout by Kelly Batten – Australia Home Office

To create this layout you will need:

Achievements Paper Pack  US CAN

Cool Serenity Paper Pack US CAN

Triumph Paper Pack  US CAN

Achievements Embellishments  US CAN

Black ABC/123 Stickers  US CAN

Ruby ABC/123 Stickers  US CAN

12″ Straight Trimmer  US CAN

Foam Squares  US CAN

Tape Runner  US CAN

Step 1:  From the Achievements Paper Pack choose the damask design paper and chalkboard (black) paper, choose the light sand coloured paper from the Cool Serenity pack and the red chevron design from the Truimph Paper Pack.

Step 2: Trim the black paper to 10×11″, trim the sand paper to 9×10″ and adhere these papers as a double-mat for an 8×10″ photo as shown. Then adhere this to the centre of the damask paper.

Step 3: Trim a 3×12″ strip of red chevron paper, and from the left over scraps, trim a 1 1/2×12″ strip of sand paper and 1×12″ strip of black paper. Adhere these strips together, then slide between the sand and black photo mats. Adhere the ends of the strip to the damask paper.

Step 4: Using more leftover strips of paper, trim a black 5×2″ strip and 4 3/4×1 3/4″ sand strip. Carefully trim 2 corners off each strip (at 45 degree angles) and adhere together. Overlap Black and Ruby ABC/123 Stickers to make the black stickers look like a drop shadow behind the Ruby stickers. Add journalling and embellishments.

As a way to say THANK YOU for joining us today, we would like to offer you a special deal, that only you can take advantage of for attending the Virtual Crop.  Spend $25, and get $10 off.  You will need to enter the code JanCrop10.  Don’t forget to add this in the coupon code, as we will not be able to go back and alter any orders.   Valid today only between 9:00 am – 6:00 pm CST. Happy Shopping! 

 

Mark Your Calendars!

2017 Virtual Crops

Saturday March 25th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm CST

Saturday May 6th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm CST

Saturday September 16th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm CST

Saturday November 11th 9:00 am 0 6:00 pm CST

 

 

4 thoughts on “January Virtual Crop: Challenge 5

      1. This is not a reply, but a comment, because I have photos from a recent visit to Australia, I was disappointed there were no supplies based on the beautiful art work of their Indigenous people.

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