Disclaimer: Our friends with Disney provided us a set of #HPCards and I have been hooked ever since. All opinions are 100% my own but I have also continuously purchased more HP Cards at retailers like Office Depot.
I think we have all been there. We need a card for a special occasion. My mom used to buy her favorites at the store and have blank ones on hand. I am a writer in my own right so I love to create unique and signature posts so that the receiver remembers some special time we had together. In any case with three kids that grow way too fast for my own liking, I now just create photo greeting cards. Not just for cards but also invitations, flyers and brochures – HP Cards along with the HP Photo Creations and My Social Media Snapshots provides everything I need for a DIY greeting or photo card project.
I happen to be doing this one for Mother’s Day
In a matter of minutes you can create a card and send it off using the photos from your phone. We created a short how to video on how we created the invitations for our #disneyKids Playdate party last month.
To create a quick project follow these steps:
- Download the App – Available on the AppStore or on Google Play
- Choose a Category
- Edit – choose your own photos, create your own texts and add filters
- Print – Print cards via wireless printer at home. I have also saved it in my Camera Roll and printed it that way. I made sure I selected the right sized photo paper. Many of the photo card paper form HP for invitations are 5×7.
Just Four Steps – that’s it. Stuff it in an envelope and send it on it’s way.
Anything that makes my life easier is what I need. To get started just get the HP Photo Card and Invitation Pack to print at home at any retailer. I plan on using these for my son’s Kindergarten Graduation Photos.
What kinds of projects can you think of for using these DIY invitations and cards at home?
- $9.99 for cards