This post is sponsored by FLOMO USA. All opinions are my own.
I became aware of the FLOMO brand less than a year ago, but I’ve tried a variety of their products and have been happy with everything I have tried so far.
FLOMO has school and office supplies such as journals and pens, plus party supplies, art supplies, teacher supplies and more. With us being in the midst of the holiday season, I thought I’d share a combination of gift suggestions and gift wrapping products.
First, let’s talk about wrapping. I’m 31 years old, and I have to confess that I’ve often put of planning gift wrapping until the last second. Christmas Eve I’ll be scrambling around trying to figure out how to wrap something that I don’t have a box for. I’m not doing that this year! This year, I’m prepared with FLOMO products instead. I got FLOMO gift tags and gift boxes. The gift boxes are awesome for putting clothing or other soft items, or unboxed items in before you wrap them.
Buying gift boxes also just makes gifts feel so much more polished than using a random cardboard box. They aren’t as bulky so if you wrap them, you waste less paper, too. FLOMO has plain gift boxes, or themed ones depending on your preference. Flomo also has gift tags! A tip to make wrapping easier is to fill out a full sheet of stickers with your child’s name before you start wrapping. Then you can just add the tags as you go instead of having to wrap one present, write one label, wrap another present, wonder where in the heck your pen went, etc.
FLOMO also offers wrapping paper in all sorts of different themes.
On to some gift ideas! For the artists in your life, Flomo has sketchbooks in different sizes and styles. I have three nieces and two nephews who are all quite interested in drawing. I love giving kids gifts that can help support their hobbies and interests, especially ones like drawing which may turn into lifelong hobbies or even be part of someone’s career if they decide to pursue it.
In the past I’ve received FLOMO sketch books that come bundled with a set of gel pens. So if you’re looking to gift a creative person a sketch book and utensils, they have some combos you can go for.
The other FLOMO items I’m giving for the little artists include different market sets. I was sent three sets, two of them are really similar markets, just in different amounts. I love these dual-tip markers as they work really nicely and come in tons of colors. I like that both of them come with storage cases, too as it makes clean up and storage easier. The third marker set is permanent markers in a rainbow of colors, plus some fun extras like pinks and black.
When paired with the sketchbooks, I think these will make nice gifts! I don’t know that they’ll necessarily use the markers in the sketchbooks, but I know all the kids enjoy using markers and drawing in sketchbooks, so I thought doing an art-themed gift set was okay even if they may not use the items together.
And finally, some adorable stickers! Stickers are one of those things that kids like from quite a young age and often will continue to enjoy even into the teen years. Consider picking up some stickers as a stocking stuffer, or as a bundled gift alongside other craft supplies or journaling supplies.
Buy it: The FlomoUsa.com website sells in bulk, but if you reach out to them via their contact form they can arrange individual purchases for you.
Win it: FLOMO is offering three prize packs, so we’ll have three winners. All three sets include gel pens, paint and paint brushes, though the exact item(s) vary. Here are photos of the giveaway sets.
To enter, fill out the GT Form below. You’ll be entered to win any of these 3 sets and they’ll be assigned randomly.
Hi there! I am Emily Evert, the owner of Emily Reviews. I am 28 and live in a small town in Michigan with my boyfriend Ryan and our two pugs. I have a large family and I adore my nieces and nephews. I love reading memoirs, and learning about child development and psychology. I love watching The Game of Thrones, Teen Mom, Sister Wives and Veep. I like listening to Jason Isbell, John Prine, and other alt-country or Americana music. I created Emily Reviews as a creative outlet to share my life and the products that I love with others.
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My daughter is an artist. Any of these would be great gift ideas for her. She’s 19, but it would be great for younger or older.
This sounds like the person I used to be. I would get the right paper, bows etc and be ready to wrap. Sitting on the floor for hours wrapping and bows. Today I am to old and lazy to do all that work. And gift bags are just not as nice and pretty. Have to check the art stuff out.
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Their gift boxes and wrapping paper is so festive and pretty. A nice way to make everything looks so cheery. Looks like such good quality art supplies from this company.
My daughter would love the gel pens, paint and paint brushes. Everything looks wonderful and fun to have!
I could use those sketch books. This looks like high quality paper and pens. The wrapping paper is pretty too.