Win a Natural Disposition Prize Pack: Virtual Crop Challenge #5

Saturday, Dec. 12: 11am, 1pm CT

Give yourself a pat on the back, for you all are doing an amazing job with these challenges so far! It’s time for Challenge #5 — we can’t wait to see what you do with this one! Ready, set, let’s go!

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

Challenge #5

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, Dec. 17, at noon CT.

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TUTORIAL: Check out some great tips with CM Advisor Sue Brandt-Collins on how she completed the sketch for Challenge #5.

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Created by Sue Brandt-Collins – Creative Memories Home Office, Canada

Collection Used: Natural Disposition or (Shop Canada | Shop Australia)

Created by Kelly M. – Creative Memories Home Office, Australia

Collection Used: All My Love 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. 

“Creativity is the way I share my soul with the world.” – Brene Brown

5 thoughts on “Win a Natural Disposition Prize Pack: Virtual Crop Challenge #5

  1. I reallyenjoy the Challenge 5 presentation. So many tips and ideas. I would loe to take a class from Sue Brandt-Collins

  2. This was an excellent video. I am a long term scrapbookef but I learned several great tips in this video. Presenter is an effective teacher.

  3. Wow, Sue! What great tips you gave in your video. I always go into these CM videos thinking ‘I know everything’ (Lol) because I have scrapbooked for so long and was once a consultant but always seem to come out with a helpful little technique or tip every time which is so useful! Thank you for your contributions.

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