Introducing the new Teacher Anchor {Giveaway!}

A few weeks ago I got a beautiful package in the mail from a sweet teaching friend, Chandra. I was able to meet Chandra of C Jayne Teach a few years ago while on vacation in Nashville and have been a huge fan of her Teacher Anchor ever since. 

Chandra is the definition of what a successful woman looks like. She's an accomplished teacher, a beautiful mama, and a successful business woman. 

Today I'm happy to tell you all about her Teacher Anchor. Every year Chandra sends me a Teacher Anchor and every year they get better and better! Her all-new shop just launched on May 1st! (Check out her blog for more information and special giveaways at  blog.cjayneteach.com.)




First let me tell you, this design!! {Insert heart eye emojis here!) Love the bright, beautiful colors - and bonus that it matches my classroom rainbow theme!!





Second, there's so much included in the new Anchor! There are more cover options, more forms (like these small group reading forms), a pocket, and it even features metallic ink on the cover! 




And last, but not least, you can win your own spiral bound copy of the Teacher Anchor + a shop discount of 20% off any additional purchases entering by the giveaway below! This giveaway will run for 48 hours and we'll announce our winner on Saturday. 


This post was sponsored by C Jayne Teach. All opinions are my own.

38 comments:

Heather Levine said...

Oo favorite color would be a toss up between light blue and green... But the stripes are adorable!

beccihailey said...

Love stripes far too much right now! Would be perfect for my PGCE year too :)

Lauren @ Teaching in Stripes said...

I adore the rainbow stripes. It matches my classroom, and I just *heart* all the rainbow things! The blue gingham is also really pretty. I love that, too.

Lovely Nina said...

I love the stripes and colors....great giveaway!!
-Lovely Nina

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Barbara said...

Love the stripes cover...perfect for an elementary teacher!!

Selene Torres said...

I love bright colors and this new design makes me feel focus and happy!

Stacey said...

I would have to go with stripes!

Brittney Penson said...

I think I would have to go with the stripes!

teamcarver said...

This is so beautiful! The stripes is my favorite. The colors would make any teacher a happy teacher.

Amanda Burgess said...

Loving the colors! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Elizabeth Grant said...

My favorite color is Kelly green :)

Sarah Mcreynolds said...

My favorite color is blue because it reminds me of the relaxing ocean.

tynlaurasmith said...

I love the stripes and the teal or blue binder! So beautiful!

Sheryl, Derick, and Kaylie said...

Last year I got the navy blue polka dots and the navy striped binder! I love the new stripes and I'm dying over the gold metallic!

Danielle Vacanti said...

I love them all! Anything with green or purple! (or both)

Molly Turner said...

I would be very excited to win a teacher anchor from Chandra - I have heard so much about them! Thanks for the work you do and for sharing your blog with us out there in teacher land!

Molly Turner said...

My favorite color is orange! So fun and bright and happy. I even had orange shimmery bridesmaid dresses! Sorry my sisters!

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Anonymous said...

Pink is my favorite- it's bright and cheery!
I love the new teacher anchor and would love to win!!! Pink08@me.con

Lynne said...

I am so excited about this product! Even if I don't win, I still will want one.

Lori Raines said...

My favorite color is blue because it is calming and reminds me of the ocean or a nice lake.

Caryn Covington said...

My favorite color is yellow, because it is bright and happy, especially on those dreary days.

Mrs. Davies said...

Looooove the pink! So cute and bright! These are gorgeous!

~Wendy
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Karen H said...

I love any shade of green. It reminds me of spring.

Anonymous said...

Green. It always makes me happy.

C Tate said...

Beautiful design this year! Thanks for sharing!

Tina Boley said...

I love almost any color. Burgundy, rose, and silver gray are a favorite - they were my wedding colors. Turquoise and peach are nice also!

Karyn said...

I love the stripes! Gorgeous!

Valene Gurney said...

This design is amazing! Love it!!

Amy M said...

My favorite color is purple!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

Toni Nicholson said...

My favorite color is pink. Not sure why, just like the color.
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Emily Miller said...

My favorite color right now (let's be honest, it changes often!) is a sea-blue. Calming but inspiring.

Miss Lauren said...

Love the stripes!

Anonymous said...

What a great giveaway!!! I love them all!
Leisa

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