With my in-laws living in Pittsburgh, PA… 10 hours away from Rhode Island, it gets very difficult for them around the holidays to be so far away. We travel to their house every Thanksgiving, but with Christmas, we don’t want to confuse Santa or have to travel home sitting on top of a pile of presents. I know it makes it tough on them, and it’s something we’re very sympathetic to as a family.
We do everything we can to make the distance seem closer and for them, getting constant photos is the next best thing to seeing the kids! HP’s “Share a Memory, It’s Easy” campaign is the PERFECT way to describe what we’ve been doing for my in-laws. We’ve been sharing memories with them all the time… and it’s EASY to do!
The boys and I have been trying to send them lots of photos and they love it! HP has Instant Print Kiosks in Walmart Photo Centers that anyone can go to and easily print out wallet prints, photo cards, photo books or year-on-a-page calendars (which are awesome!).
The HP Instant Print Kiosk is extremely easy to use. You simply insert your storage device into the machine or you can scan photos as well. There’s a large touch screen display that gives you numerous options, and once you’ve selected a format, you can easily crop, rotate and edit your photos until you have that perfect shot. There’s also an automatic touch up that will correct colors and help sharpen images when the original is less than ideal.
Even better than all the different options is the price. 4X6’s start at $0.28, 8X10’s for $4.74, Photo Books start at $7, Photo Cards start at $0.28. I know where I’m getting my Holiday cards this year!
I’d love to hear your experiences with the HP Instant Print Kiosk and one lucky reader will win a $50 Visa gift card.
HP also has an online coupon for two free 5X7 greeting cards, just click the link, and make sure you share it with friends and family.
Also, head over to DivineCaroline and share your favorite memory of the past year for a chance to win a $250 Visa Gift Card.
Disclosure: I wrote this article while participating in a blog campaign by HP.com and was provided a gift card for the review as well as a payment to participate. Opinions expressed are my own.