Win a Tote Full of Avery Office Supplies!


Our next giveaway is sponsored by Avery! Currently, they have an awesome rebate available – if you spend $50 or more on select Avery Products you’ll get a free canvas tote to carry groceries, school supplies, etc. To learn more about this rebate, Click here.

To promote this great rebate, they are giving away one of their canvas totes – full of great Eco-Friendly office supplies! Here’s what you will find in there.

How can you win?

1.Follow @shoplet and @averyproducts OR subscribe to our blog
2. Inspired by their beautiful label packaging, Tweet (or comment) your favorite tree that you’d be saving if you started buying products made with recycled content.
(Example: I love weeping willows! I’d be sad to see any of those trees chopped down! #avery #green)
3. Watch and wait to see if you are the winner! Winner will be announced April 19.

Remember this month is Environmental Awareness Month- the time to make goals that will keep our planet nice!

53 thoughts on “Win a Tote Full of Avery Office Supplies!”

  1. Sheri Carson says:

    I love the old oak trees and hate losing them for frivolus things

  2. Linda McKay says:

    Everytime I see another green product, I have a little more hope that we can still protect and save our planet from disaster. My favorite trees would be the majestic redwoods, and the Dawn Redwood in particular, which was here even before the dinosaurs, once thought to have been extinct, but luckily it has not disappeared from our planet! I have started to use the Avery┬« Index Maker┬« Clear Label Dividers 11410 as one of my green products, and will switch over all of my labels to ‘green’.

  3. Janice says:

    My favorite tree is the red maple. It is so colorful in the fall.

  4. Deb Butler says:

    My favorie tree is the pear tree. Such a beautiful shape.

  5. Sheila B says:

    Twitter following both-email subscribed-tweet-
    I love magnolias especially Japanese magnolias.

  6. Holly says:

    Recycle, Reuse, Reduce……



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  10. TxTerri says:

    I fell in love with the redwood trees when I visited Muir Woods Forest #avery #green
    Tweeting as @txterrisweeps

  11. Susan C. says:

    My favorite is the Oak Tree. My parents have one at their house and I love watching the squirrels play in it.

  12. Michelle Rosborough says:

    If you could see my yard you would know I love palm trees

  13. Lisa G says:

    tweeting @ladylisa1 I really love all trees I would hate to see any get cut down. As it is they build houses where ever they can find a spot. The rainforest is just sad how they keep chopping it down. I do love Maple trees in the fall the leaves are so pretty. I am not sure what this other tree is called but it just has pretty red leaves all the time from the get go so nice.

  14. Melanie says:

    My favorite tree is the Aspen. Beautiful orange gold foliage in the fall against the white trunk is gorgeous.

  15. octopusgrabbus says:

    Copper Beech is my favorite tree.

  16. Melissa D says:

    Maple Trees fill my heart with joy!

  17. James Whitbord says:

    I love The California Redwoods.May they stand forever!

  18. Joyce says:

    Mountain ash

  19. Tracie Shumate says:

    Japanese maple

  20. Tracie Shumate says:

    Japanese maple

  21. Tracie Shumate says:

    Japanese maple

  22. Pat says:

    Save my ASH! um.. tree.

  23. Pet Peeves says:

    My favorite tree is the mighty Oak.

  24. Laurel says:

    I love all the different trees. It’s too hard to pick just one as a favorite. Each are unique all on their own and serve as home, shelter, food source and a balance in nature.

  25. Melissa Lawrence says:

    My Fav is the Magnolia tree!

  26. Jennifer P says:

    My favorite tree is the sycamore so pretty would be So sad if it was cut down. I

  27. Michelle says:

    Being from the desert, I have to say I love the Palo Verde tree and its beautiful yellow blossoms. The tree serves a wonderful purpose in the desert of being a nurse plant and protecting small saguaros. When I see the magnificent tall saguaros in our desert, I remember that they needed the Palo Verde tree to flourish.

  28. Lloyd says:

    Pine trees and willows, weeping or not :), And oak trees in the spring.

  29. says:

    My favorite tree is the dogwood tree. I would never think about cutting one.

  30. Jill H. says:

    I love the Pine Trees and hate seeing them cut for thinning in the woods or Christmas time.

  31. Deb J says:

    My favorite is the magnolia tree! I have one in bloom right now in my front yard. Smells soooo good!

  32. Jeana says:

    My favorite tree is the Magnolia tree. I love the smell of their blooms.

  33. Susan (@grumpy1970) says:

    My favorite tree is the Japanese Maple. Its beautiful!

  34. Mary Newland says:

    I love maple trees, especially in the Fall.

  35. Lovemy21b says:

    fav tree si a brugmansia “angels trumpet” or “devils trumpet”


  36. Jodi says:

    My favorite is the Weeping Willow also. It’s so beautiful to look at! And I love sitting under its shade in the summertime!

  37. Linda Hazen says:

    My favorite tree is our dogwood, especially when the finches and grossbecks flock in the early morning.

  38. Donna Killen says:

    Our favorite tree is the Apple. Great fruit and blossoms smell good.

  39. Rebecca F. says:

    The very best of trees our the beautiful evergreens. Even though they can cause you to bend backwards, they are the best accent of any
    land scaping, summer or winter

  40. Nellie Schultz says:

    Our favorite tree to have snacks under in the backyard.

  41. Kelly says:

    Mulberry trees are great shade trees. Hardy, fast growing, and large beautiful leaves. Its the first tree my husband and I planted together.

  42. Vickie says:

    Actually, Weeping Willows are my fovorite tree. I love to sit under one, beside a pond and read (on my Kindle of course, go green!) the day away.

  43. Lisa S. says:

    The squirrels and I are waiting for the walnuts to start falling! I’ve already moved my car out of the driveway so it won’t get covered with flowers! I would be devastated if something happened to either of the two walnuts in the yard.

  44. Maureen G says:

    Beautiful flowering crabapples are awesome!

  45. Steve S says:

    Weeping willows are beautiful trees… They need to be saved!

  46. Tracy P says:

    I love Pink Flowering Dogwood Trees. Way to pretty to cut down!

  47. Patti K says:

    You are able to save the Red Maple from getting chopped down and falling on the ground. Buy Avery products that are recycled and you shall see the end to a vicious cycle.

  48. Dana says:

    It would be nuts to cut down all the oak trees.

  49. Shannon (aka Luv_MyDachshund) says:

    I’m from WA state (AKA the Evergreen State) and I don’t want our Evergreens to be chopped down anymore to make paper products. We do everything we can to recycle and reduce our waste.

  50. Deborah Curran says:

    I had a huge Blue Spruce that came down in the last storm we had. I’d like to replace it.

  51. Amanda Caruthers says:

    The Maple Tree is so beautiful in the fall. I would be sad to see it chopped down.

  52. Mary R says:

    Love all the trees, without them we would not have any shade from the sun. I am always telling my boss to stop killing the trees.

  53. BarbN says:

    My favorite tree is the mighty Oak. Beautiful, strong, and sturdy.

  54. Cynthia S says:

    My Favorite tree is the infamous Cherry Tree. Great fruit, Great wood!!

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