Whisker Graphics: Back to School Project Giveaway

Whisker Graphics: Back to School Project Kit Giveaway

Whisker Graphics Back to School 2016When I was a child I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up, there was something about having a 3 month vacation that was appealing (remember the days when 3 months seemed like a lifetime?).

Now that I older, I have mixed emotions about not pursuing an education path. I see the tireless work, the dedication and the heart that it takes and I admire each teacher out there.

As kids prepare to return to the classrooms, the teachers and educators are also preparing. Educators undertake is with much more love and care than we can imagine. It is in this spirit of Back to School that I give you this Back To School Project Kit from Whisker Graphics .

The  products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Whisker Graphics. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

I was introduced to Whisker Graphics at the Craft and Hobby Mega Show in Anaheim this past January. The things that got my attention was the quality and the variety in each of the bags, tags and twine they carry.

Whisker Graphics is giving a Back to School Project Kit that will include the following items:

Bags and Tags up close25 Middy Bitty Bags in Notebook (5″ x 7″), 25 Little Bitty Bags in Notebook (2.75″ x 4″), 25 Large Grey Tags (2 3/8″ x 4 3/4″), 25 Small White Tags (1 3/8″ x 2 3/4″) and

Twine Up Close1 spool of Divine Twine Bamboo in each of the following colors – Aqua Solid, Aqua + White, Red Solid and Red + White.

I love that Whisker Graphics sells everything you need to create a cute gift, favor, or treat for anyone in your life!

To get 25%off on a kit from the Whisker Graphics enter code ‘DealsAmongUs’

Whisker Graphics LogoIf you are looking for favors bags, twine or tags I recommend you giving Whisker Graphics a peruse.

To learn more about Whisker Graphics and to purchase on Amazon

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 GIVEAWAYWhisker Graphics is giving a Back to School Project Kit to one (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to  win 1 – Back to School Project Kit that will include the following items:  25 Middy Bitty Bags in Notebook (5″ x 7″), 25 Little Bitty Bags in Notebook (2.75″ x 4″), 25 Large Grey Tags (2 3/8″ x 4 3/4″), 25 Small White Tags (1 3/8″ x 2 3/4″) and 1 spool of Divine Twine Bamboo in each of the following colors: Aqua Solid, Aqua + White, Red Solid and Red + White. This is a $19.95 value!  I will be randomly choosing 1 person on September 24th (9/24/2016) to receive this Back to School set! Open to residents in the US and Canada. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Whisker Graphics/DealsAmongUs! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Whisker Graphics – Back to School Project Kit

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26 thoughts on “Whisker Graphics: Back to School Project Giveaway

  1. Kathy E.

    You are so right about the dedication and endless work teachers give! I am now a sem-retired teacher and enjoy substitute teaching. I do love this package would enjoy making projects with it!

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  2. Renee Walters

    My 6th grade teacher, Mr. Protho was my favorite. He gave me the love for Shakespeare. I have always been grateful that he introduced it into my life.

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  3. Maryann D.

    I remember one teacher from first grade that I thought was so nice and seemed like a terrific mom to me! I had a lot of teachers that I really liked.

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  4. Cheryl B

    I didn’t have a favorite teacher, I had many wonderful teacher, who really pushed me to work hard.

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  5. Christina anne

    I did. He was my World History teacher…he was wonderful because he really went out of his way to make learning fun in his class.

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  6. Christine Holliday

    My favorite teacher was Mrs MacDougall..in public school. I was so shy and she would be constantly trying to help with that. She would even walk home with me after school. She was so very kind.

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  7. Cathleen King

    My favorite teacher was from 3rd grade, made me learn and memorize the multiplication table, without him, I wouldn’t be good in math throughout my school years.

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  8. Linda

    I loved my eighth grade humanities teacher. Her enthusiasm for the subject really rubbed off on the students.

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  9. Nicole Sender

    I had a special teacher for 1st grade. She made everyone feel special and was great at making sure all the students did the best they could.

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  10. Journeys of The Zoo

    I remember most of my teachers. Miss Semple was my first grade teacher and I remember that she was so kind. Seeing my kids grade 1 teachers and how happy they are makes me think that Miss Semple must have loved her job like they do. I can’t imagine dealing with all those kids all day!

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  11. Heather D

    I went to summer school one year and the teacher changed my life. He encouraged us to try new things and open our minds.

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  12. Sherry Conrad

    I did not have any teachers who stand out as special, but all 4 of my girls did – and what made them special was that you could tell they cared about teaching and loved to see the kids excel.

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  13. Nancy

    My favorite teacher was my high school speech and debate coach. I had her as a teacher for all four years of high school. She was talented, professional, loving and supportive of her students. She spent most weekends with us at speech and debate tournaments. She is one of the reasons I became a teacher.

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  14. Jada Solomon

    So far, my favorite all time teacher whose special to me has been my art teacher from elementary school. She pushed me artistically and now I am on track pursing an art career so I appreciate her very much

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  15. Valerie Mallette

    Yes, my favorite teacher was my English teacher in high school. What made her special is that she recognized how interested I was in the subject, and she really helped me develop/fine tune my writing skills. I also loved how kind she was. She was awesome!

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