DISCLAIMER: I was provided with a printer and a complimentary subscription to HP's Instant Ink service to facilitate this post, however all opinions & pictures are my own.
Have you ever gotten a new "gadget", brought it home, hooked it up, used it for one single day and then realized... "How in the world did I get through the last 30something years without this?!" That was my exact thought when I recently received a new HP Envy 5530 laptop printer with HP Instant Ink service, to check out.
I know, I act like I've never had a printer before, which is almost true. I've had two printers in my adult lifetime, the last one ran out of ink about 5 years ago and instead of buying new ink, I just stored it away in the closet.
Yeah, I know they sell ink at the store, but I never remembered to buy it and by the time I did, I really forgot I had a printer anyway. So, you can imagine my excitement when I got this fancy schmancy new one from HP. I was like a kid in a candy store. I couldn't decide what I wanted to print first.
As I was wasting time, searching the internet for something to do while wasting time, I came across this really cool site with a crap ton of free images and I started thinking about all the cute stuff I could make and here's what I came up with... Vintage Valentine's Day cards that you can print from home. I know, it's a new idea that no one has ever thought of before. Ok, maybe not "no one", but whatever. I had lots of cute ideas, but they wouldn't format right, so I got mad and quit, but not before making these four gems...
I like to think of my crafting abilities as somewhere between the level of Amy Sedaris and a cracked out Martha Stewart and right now, my "Amy side" says to glitter the crap outta these bad boys and I think I just might. In the interest of full disclosure, I haven't printed these out yet, but I am assuming they work, if they don't, I offer a full money back guarantee.
Here's the link to download the files, the pics above are not to scale.
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