Friday, Nov. 13: 1pm, 3pm, 5pm CT | Saturday, Nov. 14: 9am, 11am, 1pm CT
Welcome to the November Virtual Crop! Have you cleared your weekend plans for two days filled with crafting, creativity and the chance to win some awesome prizes? We hope so, because it’s time for Challenge #1!
If this is your first time participating in a Virtual Crop and you would like a quick step-by-step guide of what to expect before you jump in, you can get the 411 on Virtual Crops in this blog post, including how to participate (in our Virtual Crop Facebook Group), supplies you’ll need, examples of challenges, the types of prizes and more.
View the rules and how prizes are awarded here ➤
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, Nov. 19, at noon CT.
TUTORIAL: Take a look at how to use Foam Squares to create dimension on your scrapbook pages with CM Advisor Joan Marso.
Collection Used: Winter Woods or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
TUTORIAL: Get tips and ideas on how to use the grid patterned paper from the Love Each Other 2 Theme Pack with Diane from Home Office.
Collection Used: Love Each Other 2 Theme Pack or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)
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.
- For how to take a screenshot on a Mac, get details here.
- For how to take a screenshot on a PC, get details here.
“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein
4 thoughts on “Win an Icicle Chain Border Maker Cartridge: Virtual Crop Challenge #1”
hola, me gustaria saber la medida de los cuadrados y gracias.
Beautiful layout Joan Marso and Diane Lampert! Thanks for the wealth of ideas for using the grid paper Diane.
This is gorgeous. I cannot find directions on how big to make the squares in the background