August 12, 2012

Be Prepared for Back to School

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

You know what I loved about school?  Projects.  I love a good project.  The planning.  The creativity.  Probably partly why I love back to school shopping so much.  I get to look at all the fun school supplies.  I stock up on them too, when they're on sale, because I can always think of some crafty use for them here at home. 


AstroBrights Paper is available in 23 brilliant colors, so you're sure to find just the right color for your project.  They are for use at home, school, and at the office...and are a sure fire way to get noticed.  I can think of so many great uses for these brightly colored papers!  Banners, invitations, brochures, art projects.  They're just so fun!   My kids love to make books, and we usually just use basic white printer paper.  I bet they would LOVE to be able to pick the perfect color of AstroBrights paper to use as the cover to their books. 


I love when companies give back to the communities that support them.  This year you can support your local elementary school with the "Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes, thanks to AstroBrights.  If you enter, you will have the chance to win a cash prize and $30,000 worth of school supplies for the school you choose!


You can also enter the "Make Something AstroBright" challenge!  Show off your creativity and what you can do with the help of AstroBrights for a chance to win some of the brilliantly colored AstroBrights paper they are famous for, as well as other great prizes!  They would love to see your pictures and videos, and love posts on Pinterest and Twitter with the hashtag #goastrobrights. 


If you need some ideas for what to do with AstroBrights paper, you might check out the community of fans of Astrobrights on Facebook.  As I mentioned above, they are also on Twitter (use hashtag #goastrobrights) and Pinterest.  They would LOVE to hear from you!

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