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Carolina Pad Review and Giveaway!

This is my first year as a college student and being a mother of three in addition I need school supplies that keep me organized. As a self declared cool mama I need the supplies to look cool too. Carolina Pad came to the rescue. They have a great selection of fashionable school/office items! The hardest part about navigating their site is choosing your favorite patterns because they are all so delicious!

stuffscpad.jpg picture by CandyCLC

Carolina Pad sent me a sampler of different things like notepads and binder and file folders etc. I looked at all of them carefully but I think my favorite item so far was the 3 subject 8X6 notebook in Hot Chocolate-its got a sleeve in the front that can hold a cd or dvd…VERY cool thing for class!
choco.jpg picture by CandyCLC
I think one of the features that stands out to me is that while the outside of the products are all super cute, they also make the insides of them cute as well with a pattern inside. Love it !

Here are two of the great designs they offer :

Kendall Kollection – Inspired by a Special Little Girl

The notebooks and office supplies in this collection are not only eye-catching and beautiful, but they are also a small way for a designer and a company to give back to a little girl who was stricken with leukemia. We thought you would like to know Kendall’s story.

When Jacqueline Savage McFee (, signature designer for Carolina Pad ( – the industry leader in trendy school, office and organizational fashion products, got the devastating news that her two-year-old cousin, Kendall Sierens, was diagnosed with leukemia, it brought things into perspective for her. It also created a spark.

The Kendall Kollection – a collection of colorful high-end school supplies inspired by the artist’s young cousin – was born in 2008 and has been raising funds and awareness for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The partnership between Jackie McFee, Carolina Pad and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society continues for 2009 with fresh new designs. This wildly successful collection is available at major national retailers including Wal-Mart, K-Mart and Office Max, as well as grocery and drug store chains.

Kendall is now almost six-years old and in remission, but the battle continues for thousands of other children just like her. We look forward to another year of helping The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in its effort to find cures and better therapies for patients with leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

Mothers and their daughters adore the look of the collection, but really love knowing that purchasing these products helps those in need.

Sasquatch – Leave Nothing But Tracks:

Made from recycled materials, these beautifully designed notebooks, folders, binders and divider tabs also include an environmental education component that reminds young people about everyday actions they can take to become even better stewards of the environment.

The product collection is appealing to school age girls and boys as well as moms who want to teach their children to live green. Sasquatch products enable them to express their love of the environment through nature-oriented designs and to learn how they can make the world a better place.

Carolina Pad’s Sasquatch Web site,, is an interactive destination designed to give visitors information on environmental issues. From interactive games to informative tips, blogs and links to additional green resources, kids can use the site to make a difference. They can also connect with Sasquatch through Twitter and Facebook.

Buy It – Head to Carolina Pad for some back to school shopping and get this..a nice 15% discount off your total order placed between August 1st and August 22nd with the code BTS2009 AND all orders of $30 or more after discount are eligible for FREE SHIPPING!


5 August, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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