Easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags Anyone Can Make

Anyone can make these easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags! And, if you haven’t already purchased one of these for yourself, you have got to add it to your Christmas gift list! You won’t believe how many uses this has! This post is part of a sponsored opportunity with MomSelect and HP. Product provided. This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

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Easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags Anyone Can Make

HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags

So, what is the HP Sprocket 2-in-1? To put it simply, it’s a pocket-sized printer. About the size of a smartphone, this printer goes anywhere. And, it can easily fit into your bag or backpack, and it’s so light you’ll barely notice it’s there.

Plus, it allows you and your friends to connect and wirelessly print from the printer. And, it provides you with high-quality instant photos (Up to 313 x 400 dpi color resolution). So, you can easily print your photos from social media. Connect your social media accounts to the HP Sprocket App and instantly turn any of those photos into colorful prints.

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It includes a built-in 5 MP camera that is equipped with LED dual color flash and allows you to capture and print photos in the moment. And, you can easily customize your photo before printing it. Tap the Edit button to add a filter, frame, sticker, text, emojis, or to crop your image.

Easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags Anyone Can Make

What you need to make these HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags:

HP Sprocket 2-in-1 – If you haven’t already gotten one of these amazing printers, you need to. They are amazing.

HP Sprocket Paper – You will need the peel-off sticky-back photo paper made for the HP Sprocket. You will get 20-sheets of 2×3-inch HP ZINK® Sticky-Backed Photo Paper.

Christmas Cardstock – You’ll want a variety of different designs to use when making your gift tags. I tend to buy a multi-print pack so I have a bunch of different prints. If you want to, you can opt for red and green as well.

How to make HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags:

  • Download the HP Sprocket App for your Smartphone
  • Load the paper in the HP Sprocket 2-in-1 and make sure it is fully charged.
  • Choose the mode. Open the camera mode to take a photo with your HP Sprocket. Or, keep the viewfinder closed to connect and print from the HP Sprocket app on your smartphone.
  • Connect the Bluetooth.
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Easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags Anyone Can Make

  • If you print via the HP Sprocket app, you can edit the photo and add fun stickers to it.
  • Print the photo via the HP Sprocket.
  • Peel off the back and attach it to a piece of cardstock that is a little bit larger than the size of the photo.

Easy HP Sprocket Photo Gift Tags Anyone Can Make

  • Punch a hole in the cardstock. String a piece of yarn.
  • Write the to and from on the back of the gift tag.

Of course, there are tons of different things you can do with the HP Sprocket which is why you really need to add one to your gift list if you haven’t already. This is a great choice for parents, crafters, busy moms, and small business owners.

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Comments

  1. What a cool little product from HP. I love my Instax Mini camera but this has some pretty nice features. I love the photo you made! This one is on my wish list.
  2. I love these! My son's got one and has made a little banner he hangs on his wall, photos clothespinned to a rope. Never thought about using it for tags like this!

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