Go Back-to-School with Tiny Prints {Giveaway}

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It’s that season of year– back-to-school.  This has been an especially important year for us as Raileigh has started school.  We made the decision to homeschool her, and our school year officially began on July 29.

I spent a lot of time leading up to that first day choosing curriculum and making plans.  I want this to be the best school year that it can possibly be.  To ensure that all of my tedious planning is actually executed, it is essential that I stay organized and focused.

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That’s where Tiny Prints comes in.

With their vast assortment of customization back-to-school products, it’s easy to get back into the swing of school.  From planners to allergy cards to notebooks, Tiny Prints has you covered.

  • For parents – Planners & calendar notebooks, mommy cards & play date cards, emergency contact cards, and personal stationery
  • For kids – Never lose track of your child’s school supplies with fun and stylish stickers plus lined notebooks, lunch box notes, allergy cards
  • Teacher gifts – Start the new school year off right and show your teacher appreciation/gratitude with teacher stationery, classroom wall art & décor, thank you cards, mugs, iPhone and iPad cases
  • Teens – lined notebooks, dorm wall art and décor, contact cards, moving announcements

Check out a few of my personal favorite products:

 tiny prints1. Paper Notebooks 2. Sticker Labels 3. Calendar Notebooks 4. Allergy Cards 5. Teacher Stationary

Tiny Prints wants to make sure you are prepared this Back-to-School season.  So… they are offering an incredible prize pack to one lucky reader–

  •  5 sets of 24 gift tag stickers
  • 1 – 5×8 lined notebook
  • 100 – mommy/play date/contact cards

Don’t forget to check out the Tiny Prints Pinterest Contest for a chance to win even more prizes!

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  1. Kathleen says:

    The Wallet Snapshots notebook is a great idea for sending you child to school with some pictures of the family. It might make the transition from home to school a little less painful!

  2. Olivia Rubin says:

    I love the allergy alert cards. Fortunate not to need them, but love that it carries such vital info in a catchy way

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