Win a Christmas Spirit Prize Pack: Virtual Crop Challenge #2

Friday, Oct. 9: 3pm, 5pm CT | Saturday, Oct. 10: 9am, 11am, 1pm CT

Wow — talk about a great start! You all did an amazing job with the first challenge, and if that’s any indication of how the weekend is going to go, we’re in for a real treat. Let’s move on to Challenge #2!

For a refresher on VC instructions, get the 411 on Virtual Crops here.

Challenge #2

  1. If you haven’t already done so, join the Creative Memories Virtual Crop Facebook Group! You can find instructions on how to join hereNote: This is a Facebook Group and not a Facebook Event. Therefore, you only need to join once, so if you’ve already joined the Facebook Group, you’re all set for this one!
  2. During the crop, log in to the Creative Memories Virtual Crop Facebook Group and click on the “Discussion” tab to view the pinned post for the most current challenge. The challenge number will be posted on the sketch.
  3. Click the link for the challenge, which will take you here — to our blog. (HINT: If you’ve subscribed to the blog already, the challenges will be emailed to you directly as all other blog posts are and you can skip this step.) The challenge instructions will be posted here on the blog. OR click on “Media” > “Albums” in the Facebook Group to view the sketches there. To see past challenges you may have missed, click on “Announcements” in the Facebook Group.
  4. Create a layout following the sketch below.
  5. Take a photo of your completed project.
  6. Post your photo on the Creative Memories Virtual Crop Facebook Group AND add the correct hashtag with your post:  #CMVirtualCrop1October2020, #CMVirtualCrop2October2020#CMVirtualCrop3October2020, etc., to the caption/comments. You will add the hashtag that matches the challenge you are submitting to qualify to win the prize for that challenge. Feel free to use other hashtags as well such as #CreativeMemories, but BE SURE to include #CMVirtualCrop1October2020, #CMVirtualCrop2October2020, etc., so we can find your post. For Instagram users, you will need to add  #CMVirtualCrop1October2020, #CMVirtualCrop2October2020#CMVirtualCrop3October2020, etc., so your post can be found that way. Note: When submitting your challenge, be sure to create your own post and don’t “comment” on someone else’s to ensure we see your entry.
  7. You have the entire event to submit your projects for all six challenges but all submissions must be received by Oct. 11 at 11:59pm CT. Keep refreshing the Creative Memories Virtual Crop Facebook Group to see others’ masterpieces!

NOTE: The Prize Pack will be awarded to one participant in each challenge. We will award the prizes randomly, but to win, it must be evident you used the sketch we provided as inspiration to create a project using predominantly Creative Memories products. Prize winners will be announced on Thursday, Oct. 15, at noon CT.

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TUTORIAL: Take a look at how to use an ink pad to decorate your pages with CM Advisor Shelley Brenneman.

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Created by Shelley Brenneman – Creative Memories AdvisorCanada

To create this layout, you will need:

TUTORIAL: Take a look at how to use the Custom Cutting System Mat and Jumbo Circle CCS Pattern to create projects with Diane from Home Office.

Created by Diane L. – Creative Memories Home Office, United States

To create this layout, you will need:


Want to try out the Virtual Crop digitally? Check out our demo of how to create your sketch using Custom Albums, Custom Album Covers or Custom Refill Pages. When you complete the sketch, instead of snapping a photo of your layout, take a screenshot and submit it to the Virtual Crop Facebook Group. 

“Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.” – Torrie T. Asai

2 thoughts on “Win a Christmas Spirit Prize Pack: Virtual Crop Challenge #2

  1. Love both sample layouts and how the focus photo on the Christmas Spirit page is the title. Beautiful! I really appreciate the photo showing how to cut a half circle out of the edge of the paper rather than cutting a full circle and then trying to cut it in half or to the size/portion you want it. I found this made it so much easier to get the size and placement I wanted as well as being a great paper saver!

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