Monday, August 13, 2012

Have a Bright School Year 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.

In a few short weeks, my little girl will be entering fourth grade.  She is known in her class for her artistic talent (something she did not inherit from me), so I was excited to learn about Astrobrights Paper.  If you have not heard about it or seen it, Astrobrights is a brilliiant variety of 23 brightly colored papers that are perfect for any kind of craft imaginable.  Because of the unique colors of these papers, they will stand out in a crowd and get you noticed when drab colors just will not do.  These are perfect for brochures, chore charts, flyers, scrapbook pages, and so much more.  If you want your projects to get noticed, you want to use Astrobrights.

"Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes

In keeping with their brilliant personality, Astrobrights is hosting a fantastic sweepstakes in which you can win $30,000 worth of school supplies for your favorite school.  Imagine how popular you would be amongst the school staff!  Oh, and you can win a litle something, too.  A $500 gift card for you.  Wondering how you can enter?  Click on the link above by September 10, and follow the instructions on the screen.  It couldn't be easier!  Just clikc the "like" button on that page, and go to the app to enter.

Astrobrights on Facebook

It seems like Astrobrights really wants to kick off this school year with a bang.  They are encouraging as many people as possible to to enter their family-friendly "Make Something Astrobright" design challenge.  Be sure to read about this contest on their facebook page (link above).  This is your chance to be creative with their brightly-colored paper and make something eye-popping!  You can win cash for your creations, so I would encourage each of you to check it out.  Get the whole family in on the contest.

As you spend all this time crafting and creating with Astrobrights, don't forget to share your ideas.  Astrobrights wants to see your wonderful ideas, so share them in the facebook community, Pinterest, Twitter, and any other social media channels of which you are a part.  When you do share, be sure to use the hashtag #goastrobrights so that your ideas won't be overlooked.  If you do share your ideas, please share a link to your ideas as a comment on this post so I can see them, too!  I am always interested in finding new ideas for projects and crafts.  And I am sure all my readers would like to see what you have designed as well.

No matter what you do as you go back to school, make it a bright year with Astrobrights!  Stand out and get noticed!

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