Thursday, December 18, 2008

On the Sixth Day of Christmas...

Scrapbook Royalty gave to me...


An Around the Block Purple Mini Tote

An SBR clock hook

A Craft Caddy Tote

A Bottle of Cut It Up Walnut ink

and A "Spoiled Rotten" Mint and Mirror Tin

A Cloud Nine Tissue Paper Pack

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To win today's prize, please read below. One winner will be chosen from today's comments and announced after midnight.


Today's Question: Which Scrapbook Royalty Logo Do You Like Best?
The answer is right next to this post!
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Scrapbook Royalty wants to start fresh in 2009 and we need your help! With our non-profit status finalized and a huge event coming up we have decided to put in the work to make a real logo. On the left, we have a poll for you to vote on which design you like better: with or without scissors. All voters will be entered to win. Vote and then leave us a comment here letting us know that you voted. We'll choose a winner from the comments left today and post the winner tomorrow!

Bonus Question: What are your 3 favorite causes to support?

Other than Scrapbook Royalty which we know is your most favorite! :) We are always looking at noble causes to support and would love to hear your opinion. For answering the bonus question you'll receive an extra goodie if you win! And...did you know that we will help you hold a Scrapbook Royalty Affiliate event in your area for your favorite cause? Just email us at info@scrapbookroyalty.com and we will send you an information packet.

72 comments:

Sandy said...

I chose the one with the tiara because the scissors as the O was a bit distracting and hard to read.
Three causes we love to support is St. Jude's, as we have know children there before, Volunteer fire depts./rescue units,by collecting stuffed animals to be given to children needing their services, and our Church's projects like Operation Shoebox.

Turtlelady~Sandy said...

I voted and I love to support the ASPCA, Cat Welfare, and Cat Rescue.
Tkx for this RAK .
Sandy~Turtlelady

Emily said...

Answer: I voted for the first one...the second looks like the scissors are just too sharp! :P

Bonus: I donate to my Church, to the American Cancer Society (in honor of an uncle who died from cancer) and to the local pet shelter.

ejnj2002 at gmail dot com

Barb - Fiskateer #2975 said...

I voted! (I'm partial to the one with scissors!)
For your bonus - I support Heartland One (and just helped with a scrapbook documenting a house the and the community re-worked for a family). Also I support the local technology education programs for MS, HS, and colleges in the area. And the third would be any children's charities!

Rebecca S. said...

Autism Society of America,Alyssa's Angels: Taking Steps to Cure Cystic Fibrosis,The International Dyslexia Association

Denise said...

I like logo B the best (already voted too). My favortie causes (also for personal reasons) that I give to are Leukemia (mother), Breast Cancer (aunts), and Heart Disease (father). I just have to really thank Scrapbook Royalty for all that you do in so many areas and for many many causes. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

Debby said...

Without the scissors...much more "Royal."

Three causes dear to my heart...

Parkinson's Foundation, research and help for those with Parkinson.

Homless...helping generate jobs and education as well as assisting those that can not work due to medical problems.

Breast Cancer Aweness and help for those who are going through treatment and their family.

mommyfink said...

I like it with the scissors because it is something different.

I organize the Wisconsin extension of Crop out Diabetes. We have an annual crop that raises money for the Juvenile Diabetes research foundation. My daughter (now 7) was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes just before her 2nd birthday and this is my way of helping to find a cure for her so some day she can live a "normal" life.

I also support the local food pantry and our church.

paperprincess said...

I love the one with the scissors, gives an extra dimension to the logo. I like to support the Human Society, childrens' funds and Homeless.

Sheila McCourtie said...

I choose B (the one with the scissors) for the logo.
Bonus -- the 3 charities I support are United Cerebral Palsy, Living Springs Storehouse, and vaious things through our church.

scrappygal said...

I voted..I like the one without the scissors. My 3 charityies that I like to support are: Autism Speaks, Susan Komen foundation and Scrapping with Cancer.

Anonymous said...

The one with the tiara is my favorite.

Favorite Charities are Susan G Komen for the Cure, March of Dimes and the Alzheimers Association.

Sandy C.

Stampin Mindy said...

I like both logos, but I chose the one without the scissors. I dont really have any reason just like it more.

In all honesty I dont really dedicate myself to any certian charities. I do donate to goodwill, hand out change or food to someone on the street asking for food, this time of year always donate 3-5 gifts to toy drives, and do small things like that. I have been wanting to get together with Jennifer, and ask her about being a volunteer for Scrapbook Royalty.

Renee said...

I voted for the first logo. I like the idea of the scissors, but it distracts from the name.

I support Komen and Avon Breast Cancer, Autism and Project Angel Food.

jennmom2000 said...

I chose the one without the scissors. I think the scissors make it look too cluttered. As far as other charities I support, that would be ones run by my church. We do a lot of humanitarian aid and I like to help out with that.

Michelle said...

I chose "B" cause while the scissors were cute, it was distracting.
my group raised money at a crop and gave it to the childrens dept. of our local library. We also like to give scrapbook supplies to foster care centers.

marla said...

I choose B also because I agree the scissors make it hard to read. I think the groups I support would be: breast cancer awareness, make a wish foundation, and humane society

Stacy Cohen said...

I voted for the one without the scissors because I think it's easier to read (although those scissors are cute!).

I support the March of Dimes and some local charities in my area.

Karen said...

I made my vote! I like to support Breast Cancer Research, my church, and local needs.

Gretchen said...

I voted for A. I like it without the scissors best.

What are your 3 favorite causes to support?

We support MS. My husband does the ride every year and I help him raise money for it. We also give to various cancer funds, this is something that is near and dear tomy heart. Lastly, we donate to the Houston Food Bank several times throughout the year.

ScrapAloha said...

I like A.
My favorite causes are local, Boyer Children's Clinic (Birth to three years old clinic that serves special needs children), ADWAS-Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services (they have a shelter and programs).

Great Blog. TFS!

Sara said...

Voted for without scissors...just easier to read. ;)

Sara R.

ScrapAloha said...

Oh, you said three causes: the third would be Breast Cancer Research. My mother in law is a survivor.

NANCY said...

I voted!
feed the homeless
animal rescue
endangered species

melita said...

I like B as well...the scissors are cute, but a bit distracting!

Our favorite things to support are: Operation Shoebox, some friends that are missionaries and our church.

Joanne said...

The scissors are too cute for me. I support the Salvation Army because they directly help members of the community. My son is autistic and we do not agree with the many groups claiming to represent autistics. However, my son does respect and admire law enforcement and fire fighting groups, as well as the military.

Anonymous said...

I picked without scissors because it is easier to read. The scissor are cute...but the o's needed to line up.

Three Favorite causes: Anything to do with Children like Operation Christmas Child through Samaritanspurse.org which sent my personally packed shoe box of gifts to children in need all over the world; Lakeside Christian Helps Center is always in need of food donations; Disabled American Veterans will pick up donations of furniture and clothing at my doorstep.

Scrappin_Granny said...

I picked without scissors because it is easier to read. The scissor are cute...but the o's needed to line up.

Three Favorite causes: Anything to do with Children like Operation Christmas Child through Samaritanspurse.org which sent my personally packed shoe box of gifts to children in need all over the world; Lakeside Christian Helps Center is always in need of food donations; Disabled American Veterans will pick up donations of furniture and clothing at my doorstep.

Scrappin_Granny said...

I picked without scissors because it is easier to read. The scissor are cute...but the o's needed to line up.

Three Favorite causes: Anything to do with Children like Operation Christmas Child through Samaritanspurse.org which sent my personally packed shoe box of gifts to children in need all over the world; Lakeside Christian Helps Center is always in need of food donations; Disabled American Veterans will pick up donations of furniture and clothing at my doorstep.

3Martigurls said...

I like the the one without the scissors. I then they are very distracting and it takes away from the design.

I support Breast Cancer Susan G, just donated to the local kids orphanage and to the local armed services ymca.

Cori S said...

I liked option B better... so classy! :)

Other charities that I give to are:
Cystic Fibrosis (my sorority supports this one, as well as)
Habitat for Humanity
and last but not least,
the Children's Hospital :)

Jana said...

My favorite causes to support are:

Breast Cancer Research
Autism
My Church's Benevolent Fund

I chose the one with the scissors - more scrapbooky!

Betsey Terry said...

I chose the one without the scissors..as others said, it was a little distracting in the hole name. Both were very cute though!

My causes that I support are
St. Jude
Okizu (a peer support program and summer camp for kids with cancer (and their sibs and family)
Leukemia/Lymphoma Societ - my mom is a 13 year AML/BMT survivor.

Kathleen said...

I voted for my choice with the scissors. My charities choices would be these 3. Breast Cancer,( my Grandmother) ALzheimers Research (my Dad)and Heart Disease (my Mom).

Scrappin' Royalty said...

I really liked the first one better. I think that if the scissors were aligned differently it would have worked a little better, but I like the first one, because it is less distracting.

Mandiannie said...

I think the one without the scissors was better. The scissors kind-of make it not as prim and proper as royalty would be.

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Misty said...

I chose the second one because although the scissors are very cute I thought the second one looked more elegant for royalty.

Tami B. said...

I love the one with the scissors, A. The causes I regularly support are started by crafty friends: Cards for Heroes, sending cards to troops to send back home to their families. Little Life Preservers, sending cards of support for women going through breast cancer treatment. I also support Walk for the Cure, have had several friends walk in support of breast cancer research.

Love your 12 days giveaways. So very fun and generous.

Pinky said...

I voted! Great LOGOs!

Pinky said...

Charities I support, The local Rape Clinic and Domestic abuse center.
Also the local Foodbank.

Julie said...

I too chose the first one with out the scissors as thought they were distracting.

Not sure about the causes out in the US as I'm in Aussie land but here I would support the RSPCA, Surf lifesaving and Cancer research.

Gloria Gomez said...

I voted for B - both are cute, but B stood out to me the most!

Karen Rangel said...

I choose the one with the tiara.
My three favorite charities are Susan Komen breast cancer, American Cancer Society and Salvation Army because they have help me and my family in the past. It was really hard to narrow it down to three.

Marie C. said...

I chose the one without the scissors as it is a cleaner design. You have shown that the simplest ideas bring the most benefits.

My three favorite charities are Susan G Komen, Soldier's Angels and our church.

christy mom of 3 beautiful girls said...

i choose the tiara its to cute,st judes i suport ,because thank god my children are healthy..and ASPCA

Anonymous said...

My choice of logo's for Scrapbook Royalty is logo A, and My three choice charities to support are
1.The Cancer Coping Center (they are truely angels)
2.Breast Cancer (for many reason's)
3. Kaitlyn's Law (no child should ever be left in such a situation)

Mardi said...

I voted. My charity is Scleroderma foundation.

Lauren said...

I chose the second one because the scissors didn't go with the style of the logo. and personally the three causes i would pick would be st. Jude's, Breast Cancer(for my grandma) and toys for tots.

Kari J said...

I chose the one with the scissors. Three of my favorite causes to support are: 1) breast cancer research, 2) anything for military personnel and their families and 3) St Jude's

Roxy said...

I voted for the logo without the scissors.

The Susan G. Koman Foundation...I walked in the 3 Day Walk for breast cancer research this year. I have several friends who are survivors.

We also support various missions projects through our church; mostly orphanages, schools and hospitals.

Our son is a memeber of the Army National Guard and has served in Iraq. We support the local Family Readiness Group for his unit and also veteran's groups.

Kay B. said...

I voted! My favorite charities are our local Ministrial Alliance(because they help people who need help with grocieries and utilities), my denomination's missionaries and children's hospitals.

Caren said...

I liked the one without the scissors, it was too busy. My favorite charities are: The Leukemia Society, The Make A Wish foundation, and My kids' school.

Pia said...

I voted for the one with the scissors. I give to United Way, Toys for tots, toys for Wilmington Kids (our local firefighters collect toys for our town).

Coco said...

I voted for the one with the scissors,

Sondra said...

I like logo B (without the scissors) My heart is with the our soldiers, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, and Special Olympics

Rebecca S. said...

I forgot to write earlier that I voted for the B...Love the new logos...

MouseBug said...

I chose the one without the scissors. I thinlk it looks clearer and would cover both traditional and digital scrapbooking.

Bonus: any charity that provides support for our American Troops and their families.

Andree said...

I like the logo without the scissors. Its more of a classic style to me.

3 Organizations I'd like to see get help are: Autism Speaks, Rachel's (the homeless women's shelter down on 8th ave) and any organization that helps dogs.

Betsy said...

I really like the scissors one.

Causes, Local YMCA Day Camp, Breast Cancer, Operation Christmas Child

stanley said...

I like B the one without the scissors. I support anything to do with animals, Kids and American Cancer Society.

Nancy said...

I voted - thank you for giving us a voice!
My favorite causes are Mt Carmel Hospice (here in Columbus OH), the American Cancer Society & the American Diabetes Association.
I've just recently become acquainted with your efforts & want to tell you what a wonderful idea you had. I'm so glad you have found success with a creative contribution!

Anonymous said...

I picked #B

My favorite charities are Susan Komen Cancer, Cancer Coping center and Am Heart Assoc.

Sandy F

The Creative Accountant said...

Even though I'm still UNEMPLOYED (I'm ready to go back to work if anyone's listening!)...I still try to give what I can to Scrapbook Royalty, San Diego Animal Rescue, and Cajon Park elementary school.

Brandon

The Creative Accountant said...

PS Voted for without scissors on the logo.

Julie Magallanes said...

I vote for the one with scissors, too cute!
My fav charities are: FirstBook (supports literacy in low income areas), St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and ASPCA.

java_jenny said...

I work for a non-profit tranportation agency & love being able to help seniors and disabled people in my community. I also support the Humane Society and several other animal charities. And my 3rd favorite charity is Kiva. Kiva allows people to make business loans of $25 to people in 3rd world counties - you pick who you loan to and when they pay it back, you can choose someone else to loan the 25$ to.

Beth R. said...

I like the one without scissors, voted for it.

Causes I support, 1)my church, we do lots for kids in our area who's families are needy, 2)schools, its an investment in the future, 3)anything that helps out with what the fire departments/military/ police are doing. Those groups do so much for us.

Betsy said...

I chose the no-scissors one as well. Much cleaner and less distracting. My husband says I just open my wallet whenever I see anything with a pink ribbon on it, lol! So I guess Susan Komen's Breast Cancer foundation would be top. St. Judes is another of my favorites, as well as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (I'm a little selfish there, though, since that's likely to benefit ME one day!). I can't wait to read more about the helpyou offer in setting up a fundraiser crop...

Laura1943 said...

I voted for logo B ...more regal and less distracting !!

3 of my favorite causes are: Food Pantries, Alzheimers, and Susan G Komen. Being a scrapbooker, preserving memories for a loved one with Alzheimers is a wonderful gift...for them and their families! Coming from a very large family, Food Pantries DO help families get through those hard times...I know first hand! Thanks for all you do!er1943

devi said...

I voted for the first one. I support multiple sclerosis for two main reasons. One I have multiple sclerosis but also because it is an orphan disease and receives very little funding. My number 2 would be green peace and number 3 animal rescue.

Amy said...

I chose the one with the scissors because I think it gets at what you do more that the one without. But I like them both! I support the Make a Wish Foundation, food banks, and Catholic schools (through the Alliance for Catholic Education program). :)

Amy said...

I chose the one with the scissors because I think it gets at what you do more that the one without. But I like them both! I support the Make a Wish Foundation, food banks, and Catholic schools (through the Alliance for Catholic Education program). :)