Monday, August 13, 2012

AstroBrights Paper

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Anyone that knows me could tell you that I like color!  Sure, black and white are classic and classy, but a bright pop of color is just so much fun!  This love of all things bright and cheerful means that I am happy to talk to you today about AstroBrights Paper.  

This paper looks fantastic!  It is premium quality (20% thicker than regular paper) and acid and lignin free.Astrobright Colors  If you like to scrapbook, make your own cards, or envelopes, then you know how important it is to have acid free paper!  Obviously, when the name includes the word "Brights" you can expect vibrant colors.  Rocket Red, Fireball Fuchsia, Galaxy Gold, and Vulcan Green are a few of my favorites--but don't worry, if you don't like one of those there are 23 colors to chose from.  As an added bonus, these papers are Forest Stewardship Council certified and meet the mark of responsible forestry.  Of course, these papers are great for more than craft projects!  Use these to help jazz up the office--memos, bulletin board notices, flyers, brochures, the possibilities are practically endless.

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If you're super crafty, and even if you're just barely crafty, there is an awesome design challenge you can enter.  Click here for more information.  

Don't forget to visit AstroBrights on Facebook, or follow AstroBrights on Pinterest.  

​I shared my favorite AstroBrights colors, but I am interested to know which ones YOU like, so tell me which is your favorite? 

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5 comments:

  1. I love those bright colors! The acid free paper is important for any type of art :) I don't do scrapbooking (would love to learn but have no clue where to start) but I have found so crafty uses for paper :)

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  2. I love all the bright colors! My favorite is the teal.

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  3. My kids will LOVE these for making cards and art projects - the day glo colors from the 80's are back full force!

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  4. Gorgeous colors!! Lots of options, thanks!!!

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