I know. You’ve probably seen a ton of posts exactly like this one. But this isn’t a marketing scheme, or a blog traffic driver, or even paid (though it should be!), or really anything other than an answer to a question someone left on Instagram the other day.
You see, as memory keepers – scrapbookers, moms, busy people, whoever you are – there are few things more annoying than ordering photos.
Seriously. I’m not kidding.
For example. The other day our mom’s group gave us ONE day’s notice that they needed a photo of us with our kids as part of their way of being just a little more secure when the kids get picked up after our meetings.
Considering it was already dark out and I knew the picture would be total crap if I took it at night, and considering we were leaving for the meeting at 9:00 the next morning, and considering who has time for this, seriously! I was thankful to have the option to hustle quickly and make something happen, thanks to the help of the most afforable, most convenient, best quality printer out there.
The Canon Pixma MG7520 Printer is the bees-knees of home printers. It’s wireless. It’s fast. It has exceptional print quality. It’s easy on ink. It’s ARCHIVAL quality. And I print directly from my iPhone, or computer, or laptop with a simple swipe.
It’s perfect, friends!
And the best part? It’s only $100.
Honestly, as a busy mom with a lot of other crap to do like posting photos on Instagram, and Facebooking, and doing PiYO (because I’m obsessed!), I just don’t have time to spend 15 minutes uploading a single picture to a wonky website just to trudge down to whatever crappy printer is nearest, wait in line for 20 minutes, and make sure to get there while the photo lab is still open, only for them to charge me their $5 minimum order for a terrible quality photo. (This has happened many, many times!)
I want my pictures quickly. I want them to be good quality. And I want it to be super convenient.
And that’s just me as a mom.
Me as a scrapbooker? As a Project Lifer? As a memory keeper and lover of making mini books?! I NEED this thing. Honestly, I can’t tell you how much it has saved me (in terms of real dollars), to print at home, myself, instead of ordering photos online.
Sold? I thought so. Ask your favorite person for this printer. You won’t be disappointed.
That is my PSA for today.