Tuesday, December 16, 2008

On the fourth day of Christmas...

Scrapbook Royalty Gave to Me...

A Set of Fiskars 8x8 "just between friends" Clear Stamps


A Set of Lil Davis Tinsel Town Chipboard Shapes in "Snow" Color



And...A Pair of Limited Edition Fiskars Breast Cancer Awareness Scissors!!



To win these four fabulous prizes, simply leave a comment below with your answer to the trivia question below. To keep the contest fair, your comments won't show up on our blog until tomorrow but rest assured, they are "saved" so there is no need to post multiple times. Only one entry per person, per day please.

Tomorrow before noon we'll draw one name from the correct responses to win the prize!! Comments close at midnight each day.

As we decorate and prepare for the holidays many of us don't think about candles, fires, and busy ovens that can put our families and homes at risk. In the spirit of raising awareness, please visit the Be Fire Smart Website from Liberty Mutual and find the Fire Escape Plan. There are great informative videos on there and sections for parents, children and educators. It definitely inspired me talk to my husband about a escape plan. We had never done this before. Although I did go out and buy fire extinguishers a few years ago!

TODAY'S QUESTION: What is the first thing they list to do when creating a fire escape floor plan?
Hint: Click On the Parents Tab when you go to the website.

BONUS QUESTION: What event did Scrapbook Royalty host this year for the victims of the 2007 California Wildfires?

If your name is drawn and you have the Bonus Answer correct, we'll add another goodie to your prize pack! Good luck!

26 comments:

Jennifer Priest said...

Comments will all be published the next day just to keep the contest fair so don't worry if your comment does not show, we'll receive it and publish it the next day. Also, please make sure you identify yourself in your post somehow so we can announce who won each day! Please leave only one comment with your answers. Thank you and good luck!

jacqui said...

Hi I'm Jacqui Bourne. I'm not too sure about the first answer. I'd have to guess..... "keep calm".
Answer to question #2 : Scrapboulevard.

Scrappin_Granny said...

The first thing to do when creating a fire escape floor plan is to talk with family members and plan at least two escape routes from every room in your house.

The Rebuilding Memories Crop was held Feb. 2, 2008, for the Victims of the Wild Fires.

marla said...

The first thing to do for a fire safety plan is to draw a rectangle showing all rooms of your house. The kids can draw in with crayons things that appear in the rooms.

The event that was for wildfire victims was: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires.
-Marla

Debby said...

Create a fire escape floor plan:
• Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.

Bonus: "Families Affected by the Fires" a multi-effort crop to raise funds, help families who lost so much, and I remember Cheryl Waters, Fiskateer Lead was there.

matts_mom_shari said...

the first thig to do is STAY LOW & GO!
and the answer to the second question is...
February 2nd, 2008: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires which raised $1600! :)

mommyfink said...

The first step is to plan your escape is to place safety objects where they are located in your home.

February 2nd, 2008 Scrapbook Royalty hosted the Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires

Teri Daughter of The King said...

Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.

February 2nd, 2008: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires
Teri K
Rancho Cucamonga

Sondra said...

Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper.
Bonus:
Sunday, December 23, 2007
Crop for Those Affected by the Fires...

shawnna said...

Create a Fire Escape Floor Plan
*Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
*Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.
*In one color, draw a line that shows the fastest way out of each room. Then, in another
color, draw another line that shows the second fastest way out.
*Now that you have your fire escape plan, make sure everyone in the family studies it.


BONUS

On February 2nd 2008, Scrapbook Royalty hosted an event to benefit the victims of the most recent Southern California wildfires. The event will benefit those affected by:
Replacing scrapbooking supplies that have been lost
Restoring photos that were salvageable but damaged
Helping them get photos from their families and friends
Providing a photographer to take a new family portrait
Cropping their photos to help rebuild their scrapbooks.

And U Jest said...

Ok..
1st - talk to your kids about fires and make a safety plan to get out and practice it in the day light and at night...
2nd.
a crop at scrapbook boulevard.

Barb - Fiskateer #2975 said...

Answer:
Create a fire escape floor plan:
• Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.

The bonus:
February 2nd, 2008: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires

Thanks for the chance to win!
Barbv

Sheila McCourtie said...

The first thing to do when creating a fire escape floor plan is to draw a rectangle on a piece of paper, one for each room in the home, draw in doors and windows, add furniture.
Bonus -- Fall 2007 California Wildfire Victims Crop

Anonymous said...

Answer: First step, draw a rectangle on a piece of paper, followed by a rectangle for each room in your house.

Scrapbook Royalty held a crop called
Rebuilding Memories Crop on February 2, 2008 For the victims of the California wildfires.

Judy & Scott Ogle said...

1st thing to do when creating a fire escape floor plan;

Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.

Last years event for CA Wildfire victims;

February 2, 2008 / Rebuilding Memories Crop

BishopsMommie said...

Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.
Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.
bonus:
fall 2007 California wildfire victims, where people and companies donated to the families that lost their supplies and albums

Anonymous said...

• Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper.
Love to win

The event was the rebuilding memories crop

Miss Vicky

AniB said...

What a cute blog. Glad I found it.

Renee said...

First step is to draw a rectangle on a piece of paper, one for every room in the house.

Bonus: Families Affected by Fires

TxScrapAddict said...

Plan your escape then practice it during the day first & then at night.

TxScrapAddict said...

The bonus question: February 2nd, 2008: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires

Shelly said...

Create a fire escape floor plan:

• Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.

Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.
BONUS QUESTION
They raised money for fire victims and helped make new scrapbooks as well as replace lost scrapbooking items. :)

Shelly said...

Create a fire escape floor plan:

• Start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper. Draw one for each room of your home.

Then draw in all doors and windows. Your children can use crayons to draw in beds, tables, etc.
BONUS QUESTION
They raised money for fire victims and helped make new scrapbooks as well as replace lost scrapbooking items. :)

Anonymous said...

start by drawing a rectangle on a piece of paper then adding rooms, doors and windows.

Scrapbook Royalty hosted an event called "Rebuilding Memories" to help wild fire victims

Andree said...

On the film they said to have two ways out of every room (and to practice the escape routes).

February 2nd, 2008: Rebuilding Memories Crop for the Victims of the California Wildfires

karenraye said...

Stay low and go is the first thing to do when there is a fire.