Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Debbie Lynn, Inc. Provides the Most Colorful and Cute Office Supplies!

Even though I am now a grown woman, the little girl in me that loved colorful pencils, pens and erasers has never quite went away. I admit, I even still get a rush of nostalgia when I happen upon those really cool tins of scented erasers! What happened to those anyway, and how come kids no longer have a love of these cool things that came from the school store?

I recently had the chance to receive a variety of super fun items from a wonderful woman owned business called Debbie Lynn. I receive all kinds of cute sticky notes, push pins, paper clips and other things that make the tedious office work much more fun than it previously has been. All items that brought me back to my childhood, and the thrill I had in the more brightly colored items I could get my hands on.

Debbie Lynn, Inc. is a one stop shop for eye-catching art supplies and other novelties including erasers with trendy catchphrases, funky push pins and sticky notes, bright and bold markers and highlighters, and hilarious pencil sharpeners and pens.

Walmart, among other national retailers, have made a commitment to carry products with the WOMEN OWNED logo – identifying high-quality products made by companies owned by women (more info:
If you are like me and love all things girly, or funky when it comes to your office supplies, I highly recommend you looking at the Debbie Lynn line. Not only is it an affordable collection, it is also an ADORABLE collection!!

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