Giveaway: Colorful Office Supplies by Poppin

 

Poppin, a fun-loving office products company, has offered me the chance to give away $100+ worth of goodies. Defined by color and a “work happy” philosophy, products include extra-large sticky notes, pretty pens, neon rulers, and tape dispensers, all in bubble-gum hues. I’ve curated a selection of supplies (see below) I thought you’d enjoy, even if you’re not going back-to-school come September.

To enter, like” Poppin on Facebook and comment on this post telling  us which school supply you used to (or still do!) look forward to buying at the end of summer. Marble composition notebooks, Trapper Keeper, a box of 64 Crayola crayons. . . .?  One winner will be chosen at random to win. Deadline is Sunday, July 29, 2012 at midnight EST.

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“Like” Poppin on Facebook + leave a comment on this post telling us which school supply you enjoy.

Deadline: Sunday, July 29, 2012, midnight EST

Author: StyleCarrot

Marni Elyse Katz is a design writer and editor who lives in Boston and Cape Cod with her husband, two sons, and a cat. She blogs about design at www.stylecarrot.com

26 thoughts on “Giveaway: Colorful Office Supplies by Poppin”

  1. Now that school is a few years behind me, I look forward to decorating my work cubicle with pretty wrapping paper (“wallpaper”) and a fancy calendar. I just bought a Parsons desk for my condo & I’d love to use the orange Poppin office supplies to decorate!

  2. I like getting new pens and sticky notes when I buy my kid’s school supplies! Also a new organizer or planner is a good idea when fall rolls around.

  3. New office supplies make me happy. I like color and the shape of these
    Products. I can’t wait to see how the pens feel and I love me a good “To Do” list!

  4. I’m addicted to stationery in general, but doing an art course gives me a perfect excuse to buy excessive amounts of pencils, pens and other drawing paraphernalia. And notebooks, there’s never enough of them!

  5. The glue stick tops my list. I have never used a more perfect glue and it is also easy for the kids to use.

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