Honey I Shrunk The Stationery

30 Nov 2017|

I have a confession.

I am addicted to and obsessed with stationery.

I spend hours in stationery stores and always leave with a bag full of goodies. Almost all of which I don’t actually need. When I was a child, I used to spend ages getting lost in the pages of our school stationery catalogue and then spending far too much money on brand new school stationery that was not on the list of essential items (sorry Dad!) And one of my happy places now is in my very own office surrounded by beautiful pastel sticky notes, rose gold paper clips and far too many colored pens.

The bad good news is that I seem to have passed on this obsession to my SJ and she is now obsessed wth colored paper, glitter pens and cute little sharpeners and erasers.

So imagine my her delight when the cutest little mini stationery erasers arrived on our doorstep?! Pure and utter joy and excitement!! Seriously, how cute are they?

The Crazi Erazi collection is about to hit our local shores.

The full Crazi Erazi collection consists of 13 erasers which are replicas of actual stationery products (including brands such as Pritt, Mondi, Artline and Staedtler) wth mini versions of glue sticks, multi tack, paper reams, counter books, pens and markers, highlighters, pencil cases, pencils, crayons, pocketfuls, paper pads and coloring books. And the best part – they are actual erasers that work!

While mini collectables are popular but certainly not new, this campaign is a collaboration not yet seen before in the stationery retail space – with different brands partnering together. Unlike the retailer specific free collectables seen over the last few years (Stikeez, mini Shoppe etc), which rewarded shoppers with a collectable item per specific amount spent in store, Crazi Erazi collectables erasers can be purchased at a variety of participating retailers and stationers for only R6.99 each. The plastic collector box (which doubles up as a pencil case) can be purchased for R39.99 and your erasers fit into their specific spots.

Each eraser is packaged in a foil bag where the collectable side is not visible, making them perfect for children to swop and compare with friends. They are very affordably priced which allows children to sue their own pocket money to collect them all.

There are also some amazing competitions and giveaways:

Purchasing one of 3 000 golden tickets in the form of a Kia Car eraser. If you find this eraser in your packet, present it at a Kia dealership and test drive any Kia model, you will stand a chance to win tickets for two to the FIFA Soccer World Cup in Russia in 2018, all expenses paid.

1 000 stationery hampers worth R300 are up for grabs to consumers who purchase three participating products, post a photograph of the products with their till slip to the Crazi Erazi Facebook page.

Consumers who collect the full Crazi erase range and post a photograph on the Facebook page can stand a chance to win R200 000 towards their school fees.

You can follow Crazi Erazi on Facebook or go to their website for more information.

Get yours now and collect them all!

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*Thank you Crazi Erazi for the full range of collectables*

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2 Comments

  1. These are adorable! I am going to have to get mum to bring me some when she visits next! Its SO cute. Like you, I am also a stationary freak and have FAR more than I need. It is my happy space though. All the pretty things 💗

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