For the past few months I’ve had to keep a secret from you.
It’s been very difficult.
I have a new BFF.
It’s called the ZINK hAppy Printer and today is its launch!
You’ve never seen a printer like this.
Little as in it fits in my purse (you never know when you’ll need your wallet, your car keys or a printer when you’re on the go).
It operates wirelessly and can be run from your phone or tablet.
It’s revolutionary in that it uses NO ink cartridges, ribbons or toners. I won’t go over all the technology “how’s” but the end result is full-color, high quality images.
My most favorite use of the Zink hAppy Printer is creating personalized gift tags.
Cookies are always a hit and can be given to anyone for any occasion.
I’ve learned not to give these sugar cookies pre-frosted because they end up stuck together and one big gooey mess.
Instead, I put the frosting in a little container and let the recipient frost to their hearts desire.
They always make people “hAppy” (eh, eh, eh)!
Adding a personalized label takes a gift from cute to ADORABLE!
(Recipe found here).
I’ve also gone a little cuckoo labeling anything and everything in my house.
I’ve labeled jars in my pantry, spices in my spice drawer, power cords, toiletries, my kids sports equipment and belongings…
You can make your own business cards, label gifts, mail, cards, print your Instagram pictures to make a collage, the ideas are endless.
The ZINK hAppy Printer uses removeable acid-free, adhesive-backed ZINK paper in 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″ and 2″ widths so you can customize it based on your project.
Now for the exciting news. Throughout the year I’ll be giving away 10 printers! Since today is the launch for the ZINK hAppy Printer I’ll be giving away 2 printers. If you don’t want to wait and have to get your hands on one of these ASAP you can head on over to HSN where the ZINK hAppy Printer will be making its tv debut! Plus you can see it demonstrated and all the fun things you can do with it…hosted by the fab Lisa Bearnson!
Disclosure: I have teamed with ZINK hAppy to bring you this post. I was given a hAppy printer to review but all thoughts and opinions are my own.