Sunday, August 12, 2012

Some Back-To-School Fun

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
Angel Baby is starting her last year in middle school off with a bang.  Over the summer, she had to read two books off the summer reading list, and she had to complete two projects per book.  Despite the fact that we already owned one of the books (The Outsiders), she procrastinated on her summer reading and was rushing to get her assignments finished.  She knew they weren't due the first day of school, which fell on Friday, so she didn't complete the projects for her second book before school started.  Thankfully, she found out that she still has a little more time to work on the projects before they are due, which means that we can have a little fun giving them a bit of flair.
I am heading to the store later in search of the perfect Astrobrights Paper for her remaining projects.  These bright papers come in 23 bold colors that are be perfect for making a cover for her written report, as well as being great for use on the labels she needs for her diarama.  She is so excited that she's getting these papers that will (if everything goes as planned) help make her projects really stand out.
There are so many great uses for the Astrobrights Paper.  Since I'll be buying a large pack, I am thinking that I might just use some of the extras to print out Monster Man's birthday invitations.  We are also planning to use some to enter the "Make Something Astrobright" design challenge (information available on the Astrobrights on Facebook page).  It's a family-friendly project that is sure to be fun!  I wonder who will come up with the best design in our house?  I might get a jumpstart on my project by searching for ideas on Twitter (if you want to look for ideas or post your own ideas, be sure to use the hashtag #goastrobrights).  The papers are so versatile; there are so many great uses for them all!
By the way, Astrobrights is running a great sweepstakes, with a cash and school supply prize valued at approximately $30,000, to be given to the school of your choice.  Why not enter the "Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes today and help your child's school get a chance at this great prize?
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