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LG Pocket Photo Printer Review

Review Overview

Overall rating

Brilliant

The LG Wireless Pocket Photo Printer is so handy, and can be the source of endless inspiration.

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When my husband brought home a Fuji Instax Mini-7 camera, aka the modern day Polaroid, I will admit to thinking it was a bit lame. After all, why would anyone want those tiny pictures and what would you do with them all exactly?

But one visit to Pinterest is all it took to open my eyes, and I was suddenly plotting my very own custom photo collages for my walls and kid’s rooms. These small photos are perfect for creating cool wall art like this:

Mini Photo Collage

 

Although the Fuji Instax is pretty cool, I was left wondering how I could print off the photos I’ve already taken. You know those shots you have on Instagram that you’ve added filters to and are so amazing? I have hundreds of them, and I wanted to print them off and use them on my walls.

This is where the LG Wireless Pocket Photo Printer comes into play. As I’m a product tester/writer for Best Buy, one of these showed up at my front door the other day and my brain went into overdrive as to how I was going to use it. You can read my full review of the LG Wireless Pocket Photo Printer here, but the short version is that I absolutely loved it. It’s fast, easy to use, and because it all works from the LG Pocket Photo App on my iPhone, it was a snap to edit and print off my photos. It doesn’t even have an ink cartridge, working instead with Photo paper that comes in packs of 30.

So what can I create with the LG Pocket Photo Printer and my Instagram photos? Here’s a few ideas:

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Monogram Wall Letter Collage

Who hasn’t had a big old letter from the craft store at home? I have one on my wall that’s just plain black, and when I saw this I finally knew how to jazz it up.

By adding a black and white filter to your photos in the LG Pocket Photo App, I was able to create a cool photo collage that looked like a million bucks once it was up on the wall.

 

 

 

Christmas-block-photo-ornaments Christmas Block Photo Ornaments

Looking for an inexpensive gift for Grandma or an Aunt? Trust me when I say they love photos of the kids, and what better way to use your pocket printed photos than on a handmade ornament?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scrapbooking with mini photosScrapbooking with mini photos

Put an entire month on one scrapbook page and show off how much your baby has grown up or just highlight the things you love.

 

With a pocket printer like the LG Wireless Pocket Photo Printer, there really is no limit to what you can do. For crafters, or just Moms who want to showcase their kid’s beautiful faces in wall art and scrapbooks, these pics are the perfect size.

 

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