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    I have to say I love the challenges I have participated in on this board. They have really made me think outside the box.

    I am a Creative Memories consultant, and I have been thinking this would be great to do with my customers. Something like you get points for each challenge you complete and share, and then a drawing or something for some free product.

    I'm still figuring out details, but tell me what motivates you!

    I.e. theme, particular tool, etc.

    I have the list of challenges we have done/could do, but do you have any other ideas?

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    Well, I'm digital so I'm not sure if my thoughts will help you or not, but I really like challenges that are not too hard but get me to do something I don't usually do like use circles or somthing similar. I don't want it to be too outside the box or it won't go with my normal style.
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    Thanks that is great for me to consider!

    Most of my clients are moms with young children, but not necessarily.

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    I have to agree, I want something outside of the box, but not too outside.

    I loved the circles challenge. I didn't participate in the poll, but I did complete one. I thought it was great b/c it was something I rarely did.
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    shapes are always good challenge. Or trying a different technique like brads or stamping is fun!
    My personal favorite are ad challenges or scraplifts.
    ~Charys
    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommyCB View Post
    My personal favorite are ad challenges or scraplifts.
    I'm not sure what the ad challenges are? For scraplifts, is it just finding a page of someone elses and scraplifting some part or the whole?

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    You can find an ad in any magazine (i.e. a Colgate toothpase ad ) and try to make a page from that. It's fun to help me think "out of the box" so to speak.
    ~Charys
    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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    Thanks Charys! I'll have to try that!

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    Maybe you've already done this, but just thought I'd throw it out there!

    One time at a crop we played Bingo. Each of the Bingo squares was filled with a tiny challenge, like "use alphabet stickers" or "use the color blue to mat a photo"...something simple. I thought it was great because there were so many ideas to use. You could work on completing some of them even if you were stuck for ideas on some of the others. I can't remember for sure, but I think we were offered a small prize for our first Bingo, and then a larger prize if we filled in the whole card.
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    Thanks Katie! Bingo is a great idea!

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