Handmade Accents Contest
Create, Upload, and Win!
You'll love the handmade accents you find in the March/April 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes. After you've checked them out on pages 51-55, 85-91, and 93-99 of the issue, let your inspiration fly as you sit down at your table to create your own handmade accents! Once you do, upload them to the project gallery at Club CK for your chance to win a huge stack of cardstock and paper. Just imagine how many accents and layouts you can create with this prize package of hundreds of sheets of paper!
Entering Is Easy
1. Create a handmade accent, and then scan or photograph it. You can photograph the accent itself or the layout where the accent appears.
3. Click on the My Profile link in the top-left area of the gray bar at the top of the screen. Click on Create Gallery in the blue box, and then select Upload a New Project.
4. Upload your scan or photograph by finding the file after clicking the Specify File/URL box and then selecting "Save." The file name will appear although the image will not be immediately seen. Name the image in the Name field. In th Description field, feel free to share the how-to instructions for your accent, although this is not required. In the Tags field, type "Handmade Accents" (without quotations) in addition to any other tags you add or select. (Note: You can also select pre-established tags by clicking on the Select Tags box.) Click Save at the bottom of the page to finish uploading your project. You can then view your page in the gallery.
Throughout the month of March, the CK team will randomly select five winners to take home this incredible prize. Check back to this article throughout the month to see the list of winners. The last winner will be selected from all entries received by March 31, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. MST.
List of Winners
Congratulations to the following randomly selected winners. There's still time to enter. Two more winners will be selected with entries received by March 31, 2010.
For official rules of the contest, click here.
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