Elementary school teachers, kids, designers and all others loving bright paper to play/work with: pay attention!!!: I want to highlight the happy, ultra-bright colored papers from AstroBrights.
(image credit: AstroBrights)
Yes, I’m paid to do so, but there is something in it for you also: i.e. a chance to win $30,000 in supplies for your favorite school, and a $500 gift card for you, in the ‘Give a Brighter Year’- sweepstakes . Note that you must act right away: this sweepstake closes on Sept 10! To enter, click the link which brings you to their Facebook page, and follow the instructions posted there.
What I like is that AstroBrights offers environmentally sound paper. For one, it’s FSC® Certified. This means that this paper meet the mark of responsible forestry. Furthermore, it’s also Green Seal™ Certified, ensuring all thirteen recycled colors in Astrobrights papers are made with a minimum of 30% post consumer fiber and that mill processes, including packaging, are environmentally preferable. Pfft!!
So, in this context, what is Astrobrights’ core difference with other papers? It is its color-pop. This top-quality colored paper comes in 26 attention-grabbing hues and in different weights (60, 65 and 80lb) making it perfect for creative school projects of all skill level, as well as professional communication pieces such as flyers and posters. Print in peace: this paper is laser and ink jet guaranteed, plus it is optimized for dry toner presses (Kodak NexPress, Xerox iGen. and Canon ImagePRESS).
AstroBrights seem to be backed by community-oriented marketers as they do more than MAKE this happy paper. Beyond the earlier-mentioned sweepstake, they organize ‘Make Something Astrobright’ design challenges and offer fun paper art ideas. See Astrobrights on Facebook
Once you get yourself a nice supply of this paper, fold yourself a fun Origami butterfly, Origami Heart, Back-to-School notice boards, colorful Bookmarks, or make an ‘I have a Dream’ – paper garland, or .. or…
Sponsor Astrobright: This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf ofAstrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper. All opinions are 100% mine.