In late April, I featured a TV News clip of Brian Yanish (C’95, Mask and Wig, Friars) talking about his Scrap Kins children’s character property.
For all of you with kids out there and are doing some back to school shopping, Brian’s “The Scrap Kins” recycled paper stationery is already on shelves in your neighborhood. His pocket folders feature “Green Tips” on the back and his spiral themebooks give instructions for a recycled craft project kids can make using recyclables found at home.
Support Brian by choosing “Green” for your back to school supplies.
He has pocket folders ($1.29) and spiral themebooks ($2.49) at these stores nationwide: (Click on each name to locate a locate a store near you.)
Brian’s limited edition stationery is only in stores for a Limited Time through Labor Day, so get these collectibles before they’re gone!
And this just in! Scrap Kins Recycled Plush dolls (made from recycled polyester (fabric spun from plastic PET bottles (soda & sports drink bottles) are planned for release in Spring 2010. Congrats Brian!
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