Back to School crafting with AstroBrights!

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

Being a teacher means I have a secret love for all things school supply. From paper, to colored pens, to folders & binders. At the start of every school year, welcome letters and school supply lists are sent home with students and having them on fun & funky paper makes all the difference. 

AstroBrights papers come in 23 different colors and can catch anyone’s attentions in the bright colors they offer.  I have used them at school & at home (they make the perfect backdrop for birthday invites, I used their yellow for Tucker’s first birthday zoo invites I know!) and really love how much they can dress up any print.

This year, AstroBrights is sponsoring the “Give a Brighter Year” sweepstakes where you can support your local elementary school and enter to win cash prizes and school supplies valued at $30,000 for the school of your choice. I promise, I’m heading over to sign my school up right now. Imagine what a difference $30,000 in school supplies could make to the teachers & children at your local school?!

You can also enter to win AstroBrights paper & other prizes just by participating in thier family-friendly “Make Something AstroBright” design challenges where you work together creating crafts using AstroBright papers and sharing your designs on Astrobrights on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest and tagging #goastrobrights when you do. Wondering about some of the ideas already shared? Check these out.

via  Suzy of Suzy’s Artsy Crafty Sitcom!

via Megan of Brassy Apple!

How fun are those?! I’m adding some new AstroBrights papers to my back-to-school shopping list and going to keep searching for some ideas thanks to #goastrobrights.

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One Response to Back to School crafting with AstroBrights!

  1. Mandi says:

    Cool! Thank you for sharing. I’m heading over to enter the school I formerly went to and taught at! :)
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