Do you remember how hard it was to come by good craft supplies when we were kids? Colorful paper was rare and really made an impact when you saw it.
It still does! AstroBrights papers come in 23 bright colors! Twenty-three! What a perfect way to make your home or work projects stick out from the usual assignments.
You could use them for flyers, invitations, brochures, announcements, or even school art projects. These days, they're as easy to get as heading to your local store, but they still have that WOW factor.
Make this year brighter by not only using AstroBrights papers, but also by entering their "Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes. You can win a cash prizez and school supplies valued at $30,000 for the school of yoru choice! Just head to the AstroBrights Papers Facebook page to enter.
When I see AstroBrights Paper, I instantly think of colorful banners for sports teams and clubs. Our school puts tons of projects up in the hallways and using AstroBrights paper would really make a statement.
I'd also love them for garage sale signs, photo collages, business flyers,, and making cards. My kids have really been into making paper boxes lately, and would love to use these great colors.
If you have any great ideas for using AstroBrights papers, leave a comment below but also think about sharing them online.
You can also participate in the family-friendly "Make Something Astrobright" design challenges. Share your projects with pictures and video for a chance tow in AstroBrights Paper and other prizes. Use the hastag #goastrobrights on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.
With more than a month left of summer, now is the time to get creative. Let your kids work on fun projects to keep their minds and hands busy while they wait for school to start.
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