5 Things To Add To Your Grown Up School Supply List

Great School Supplies for Grown Ups by Expressionery
You’ve spent all summer counting down the days until the first day of school. And now that the kids are back, it’s time to sit down, relax and glide into a new routine for the family. There’s bound to be a pile of laundry and a never ending grocery list to check, but before you do why not treat yourself to some new supplies to help brighten up the workspace. It’s hard not to get a little jealous when you see all your kids new notebooks, pens & other goodies- you deserve a few little things too! After all, organization is the key to a happy house.

We’ve recently launched a handful of fun new office products that are bright, colorful and functional. From spiral bound notebooks, to personalized stamps we’ve got you covered for the upcoming back-to-the-grind.

New Expressionery Products To Add To Your Grown Up School Supply list

1. Sassy Stamp
Add some flair to daily notes and memos with a sassy stamp. Customize your own funny phrase, add your name and pretty soon people will know you mean business.

2. Pretty Personalized iPhone Case
IPhone6 users Exoressionery has you covered! (Pun intended) With our selection of colorful iPhone cases you can personalize with a name, phrase, monogram or photo, you’ll be the coolest mom on the block. Choose from a range of patterns and colors, or upload a photo and make it truly unique and special to you.

3. Motivational Mug
Monday morning coffee never looked so good. Whether coffee or tea is your go-to beverage of choice, jump start your morning with a little bit of motivation in a mug to help get you through the week ahead.

4. Spiral Bound Notebooks
To do lists are never fun, but at least they can look pretty in one our new spiral bound notebooks. All notebooks come with 80 lined pages in a 5″X 8” design. It’s a great size for jotting down reminders, quick lists, notes and more. Grab a few for around the house and for the car. You never know when you’ll need to pen a note or two!

5. Desk Calendars & Matching Notepads
Juggling work schedules, after school activities, shopping lists and anything else that creeps up on your list can be a bit overwhelming. With the Dotted To-Do List Notepads you can easily map out your week and note any important reminders. Stay beautifully organized in a snap! Grab the coordinating small notepads for your purse to jot things down on-the-go.

Now go ahead, indulge and grab yourself some grown up school supplies the fall!

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Expressionery: Grown Up School Supplies

Crafty Hangouts: Back-To-School Stamped Kids Labels with Blogger Jessica Hill

Our stamps aren’t just for addressing envelopes, there are so many different crafty things you can make with Expressionery stamps. We’ve partner with the amazingly talented ladies of Crafty Hangouts to bring you tons of ideas on ways to use our products. These videos are brought to you by some of our favorite DIY bloggers all over the web. With Crafty Hangouts you can learn how to best use our stamps for projects every month for the rest of the year!

Crafty Hangouts launched as a way to connect crafters and DIY bloggers together over creative projects. Each month new tutorials are recorded via Google Hangouts on Air. Viewers can tune in live to watch and craft along each step of the way. All the videos are then added to a robust library on CraftyHangouts.com for viewers to watch again and again. It’s a great resources for crafters, makers and the want-to-be hand makers!

This month, DIY blogger Jessica Hill of Mad in Crafts sat down with some Expressionery self-inking stamps to create personalized labels for her kids just in time for the school year.

Watch to learn how you can use Expressionery stamps for personalized preschool backpacks, keeping track of school supplies and even creating stationery kits for those older kids heading of to college. How will you be using Expressionery stamps this Back-To-School season?