Jul 31, 2017

HP Sprocket for Scrapbooking

I made this layout a few weeks back 
following an assignment from my 
I picked 12 recent photos that were on my phone that sort of let me know what was going on in my life at that point in time. Loved this idea!

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I absolutely loved this layout.
Used my HP sprocket to print the mini 2" x 3" photos directly from my phone.  It is my very favorite mini printer so far. 
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Many new things going on in my life! 

Hidden journaling, I simply love it!

Old stamp set put to good use! On my title.

What I think of the HP sprocket?

I bought mine on amazon.
Got my photo paper at HP.com, there are packages of 20 and 50.


*I love the free app that you use to print your pictures from your phone.
*I love that I can edit the pictures, make them full 2"x 3", or Polaroid type and even add images or text to it. 
*I love that the photo paper is a sticker. Is actually VERY forgiving sticky. Below you see I placed a photo wrong,but I was able to pick it up without damaging the paper underneath and restock without problems. 
Actually i did that twice. :P
*I love that printing is simple. the process is simple. Everything!Sprocket comes with it own charger too.

What could be better?
*I would like if the pictures were absolutely true to the image on the phone.
I found I need to make my photos lighter. I edit them to show more light.
The sprocket will print the photo a bit darker than it appears in the phone.
All else is great!

Hope you enjoyed this review and get inspired to scrapbook your story, His story. Your life is a work of art. Is worth to remember the blessings.

Many blessings and remember to make space to simply BREATHE! 

Creative Blessings,

Jessica Urrutia

Products I used on this Scrapbook Page
On Film Framelits Die
On Film Framelits Die
Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die
Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die

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