Sunday, February 11, 2007

Lazy Sundays - Part Deux

Ah, although I miss football it is nice to have a relaxing Sunday to catch up with things. I hope you all have had a chance to catch your breath a little today. I know the challenges have been coming fast and furious. We'll be back at it tomorrow with some serious creating on our minds. But for today, let's keep the pace light and easy. ;)

Now, my lovely assistant will reveal the next batch of prizes. Oh wait, that's me. Anyway, for this little round of trivia, the first poster with all correct answers will win:

  • Piggy Tales goodies ($25)
  • The Scrapbook Site kit ($25)
  • A Muse Art Stamps stamps ($30)
  • Eye Candy Kits kit ($25)
NOTE: All the correct answers must be in one post. Not one answer in one post, then another, then another. I'm particularly lazy today (see the title of this post). All other posters will be entered into a random drawing for the following set of prizes:
  • Simply Cardstock kit ($32)
  • Scrappy Gourmet $25 GC
  • Tinkering Ink goodies ($25)
So, here are the questions for this round:

1. Piggy Tales names their lines after fairy tales. My favorite hasn't fairy tale hasn't made it into their line-up yet, but when it does Kay and Gerda might be the name of two patterns. Which fairy tale would that be?

2. To the Greeks, the Muses were inspirational. We all need some inspiration in our life, don't we? Since we scrapbook memories, maybe the muse of history could help. What was her name?

3. Tinkering Ink recently unveiled their 5th line: Noir Blanc. How do the names of the papers relate to that name?

Have fun! I'll close this challenge in about six hours: 10 p.m. EST (that is -5 GMT for those of you overseas)

ETA: I'll have one more small challenge in about 2 hours!

ETA: We have a winner for the first prize package but new posters are still eligible for the random drawing until 10 p.m. tonight!

63 comments:

Kim Ross said...

(1) The Snow Queen
(2) Clio
(3) Black & White

Kim Ross said...

In case I needed to beef up my answer to number 3:

(1) The Snow Queen
(2) Clio
(3) The papers are black and white and "Noir Blanc" is black white in French.

Miki B said...

1- The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen

2- Clio is the Muse of History

3- Noir Blanc means Black & White and the complete line of papers are simply Black & White

~Miki

Kim said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. Black and White

Brandi Pitts said...

1. The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson.
2. Clio is the muse of history.
3. Noir=black in French and Blanco=white.

Brandi Pitts

treasured_moments said...

1. the snow queen by hans christian anderson

2. CLIO

3. Blanc de noirs is a French term (literally "white of blacks"). The paper line is all black and whites but also the name of old movie stars whose movies appeared in black and white.

tammiejean said...

1. the snow queen
2. clio
3. black and white.

I won the first set so I don't know if I qualify to play for the drawing on this one or not.

Judith Mara said...

1. Piggy Tales names their lines after fairy tales. My favorite hasn't fairy tale hasn't made it into their line-up yet, but when it does Kay and Gerda might be the name of two patterns. Which fairy tale would that be?

The Snow Queen

2. To the Greeks, the Muses were inspirational. We all need some inspiration in our life, don't we? Since we scrapbook memories, maybe the muse of history could help. What was her name?

Clio.

3. Tinkering Ink recently unveiled their 5th line: Noir Blanc. How do the names of the papers relate to that name?

They're all black and white.

julieO. said...

1) the snow queen

julieO. said...

2) CLio

julieO. said...

3) It means black and white... the color of the papers!!!

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Jill said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio, the Muse of History
3. Noir Blanc means Black and White, and all of the papers are black and white. This was based on an old theater where they showed black and white movies in the past.

Thanks!
Jill

Jo said...

Th snow queen
clio
the papers are all black and white and named after actors/actresses who made their names in BW movies

Theresa Tyree said...

1. Favorite Fairy Tale: The Snow Queen by hans christian anderson

2. History's muse: CLIO

3. Noir Blanc- French: Noir means night, Blanc means white. This relates to Tinkering Inks new line of black (of night) and white paper.

Marlynn said...

The Snow Queen
Clio (or Kleio)
The paper names are actors from old b&w movies

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christine said...

1. the snow queen
2. clio
3. black and white.

Pub Calls said...

Treasured_moments got it right. Yes, Noir Blanc is black and white, but the names of the papers (Fred Astaire, Rudolph Valentino, Errol Flynn, etc) were movie stars from the black & white era.

Jennifer A. said...

1. snow queen
2. clio
3. black & white

Amy v said...

The Snow Queen
Clio
They are all people from black and white movies.

krisitne (lilditt) said...

snow queen,clio and black and white (french)

Anonymous said...

Although you already have the winner for this, the answers are:
the snow queen
clio
black and white papers relate to the b/w movies

TanyaC

lorig said...

Well they've been said but
1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. The papers are all named after B&W film actors, Noir Blanc is a film term and french for B&W.

Sonia said...

(1) The Snow Queen
(2) Clio
(3) Black & White

Robyn W said...

Snow Queen
Clio
stars from the black & white movies

wendyp said...

1. the Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. All the papers are Black and White

Kristin said...

the snow queen
clio
black and white papers relate to black and white movies

Mackey said...

1."Gerda" saves "Kay" from the Snow Queen in the wonderful fairy tale by the same name

2. Clio is the Muse of History

3. Noir Blanc is French for Black/White which refers to the movie Artisans in this Artistisan line of papers featuring the black and white movie picture era.

terylswife said...

1 - The Snow Queen
2 - Clio
3 - the papers are white and black, which is what noir blanc means

Marla said...

can i be entered in the draw? i see that everyone already answered the questions...

Melissa Cobbs said...

1 ... The Snow Queen
2 ... Clio
3 ... Black & White

{change in plans} said...

Please add me for the random drawing!

momoferika said...

I'm far from the first person to list the correct answers. Here goes again. Thanks!!

1) The Snow Queen
2) Clio
3) The papers are all named after black & white film actors. Noir Blanc is a film term and french for black and white.

Ellen said...

Add my name in the drawing...thanks!

Congrats to the winner!!

Amanda Williams said...

1 The Snow Queen
2 Clio
3 Black & White

Amanda Williams said...

1 The Snow Queen
2 Clio
3 Black & White

Chris said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. Noir Blanc is black and white only

Jen said...

1. Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. Black and White papers: Noir Blanc is Black/White

Chris said...

Oops, I need to change my 3rd answer, since I just re-read the question....

1) The Snow Queen
2) Clio is the Muse of History
3) The names of the papers in the Noir Blanc line are all actors who appear in the old black and white films which are shown weekly in the local movie theater in the TI hometown.

There...teaches me not to read the WHOLE question!!!

Bobbi said...

1. The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen
2. Clio
3. The papers are all named after actors & actresses who starred in black and white films (Noir Blanc was inspired by an old movie theatre that shows black and white films).

Lisa Falduto said...

Ok, here we go---

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. The papers are all named after B&W film actors, Noir Blanc is a film term and french for B&W.

Courtney said...

:)

Kim F. said...

1. The Snow Queen

2. Clio

3. Old films inspired “Noir Blanc” when stars were really stars and everything glamorous was in black and white. The papers are each named for a movie star.

DIANE said...

1.The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Anderson

2. Clio - the muse of history

3. Noir Blanc is french for Black and White. The papers in the line are named for movie stars of Black and White films.

DonnaBD said...

Snow Queen

Clio

The papers are black and white and the inspiration for the line came from a restored 1900's movie theater where each week they feature an old, glamorous black and white films.

Beth said...

1. Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. The pps are named for actors of Black and white films.

DeborahM-Momof2 said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. All the papers are named after famous actors/actresses of old black & white movies.

Anonymous said...

1) The Snow Queen
2) Clio is the Muse of History
3) The names of the papers in the Noir Blanc line are all actors who appear in the old black and white films.

flyingmichelle said...

i'm in for the random.
thanks.

Beth said...

1. THe Snow Queen
2. Clio is the Muse of History
3. The papers in the Noir Black line are named after actors who appeared in black and white films.

Nancy K. said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. The papers are all named after B&W film actors, Noir Blanc is a film term and french for B&W.

Melissa said...

I will be the first and maybe only lazy poster. Count me in for that random drawing. :) Of course, I may be confused and it may be over already. LOL. If the latter is the case, just pretend I didn't post anything. :D

Jodi said...

I'm with Melissa. lol

Mandi said...

1.The Snow Queen
2.Clio
3.Noir/black and Blanc/white, all the other names are all after people from black and white movies.

Anonymous said...

1. the snow queen
2. clio
3. means black and white

Elayne

Anonymous said...

1. THe Snow Queen
2. Clio is the Muse of History
3. The papers in the Noir Black line are named after actors who appeared in black and white films.

Kathie_d

Lisa (mcia01h) said...

1. the snow queen
2. clio
3. translates to black and white

Louchia said...

1. The Snow Queen
2. Clio
3. I would guess Black and White

julieO. said...

How funny, I thought that I read that you said you wanted the answers in three seperate posts!!! Um... I see that you wanted them all in the same post! Sorry about that! LOL!!

Cindy Keery said...

1. the snow queen
2. clio
3. Black and White

my3boyz said...

1- The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen

2- Clio is the Muse of History

3- Noir Blanc means Black & White in French and the line of papers are simply Black & White

Thanks!!
Kristin Hayne

wendylynne said...

Add me to your random drawing please.