Subscribe to Raising A Healthy Family

Make Going Back to School More Colorful with Astrobrights Paper

This post brought to you by Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper. All opinions are 100% mine.

Can you believe school is right around the corner again? As much as I am not ready for summer to end, I know that by the time my kids start school in a few weeks, I will be ready for the return of a routine.

Astrobrights PaperIf you have been following my site for any length of time you know I love printables – from menus, to schedules, to chore charts and anything that helps keep us on track. I love color – the more the better – which is why this year I will be printing more of our weekly schedules and reminders on AstroBrights papers It comes in 23 colors, which means I can make even the most mundane charts eye grabbing and notice worthy.

Once the kids go back to school I already know that the AstroBrights paper will get used! My youngest daughter is entering 5th grade – also known as the ultimate book report year – according to my two older kids. She can print her book reports on the AstroBrights paper and I know it will come out looking great on our laser printer. I also love that their papers are acid-free and made with water soluble dyes.

Speaking of schools, AstroBrights Paper is hosting a giveaway called the Give a Brighter Year sweepstakes with the grand prize being cash and school supplies valued at $30,000 for the school of their choice. I know our school could realy use something like this.

And if you are feeling particularly creative, you can enter the "Make Something Astrobright" design challenge then share your creations on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest – just use the hashtag #goastrobrights to make it easier to find your creation and the creations of others who entered. Visit the Astrobrights paper Facebook page for all the details on both giveaways and for more ideas how you can make even the most basic creations pop!


Visit Sponsor's Site

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment, liking us on Facebook, or subscribing to the RSS feed updates via email or a Feedreader. Thanks!

Comments are closed.