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Scrapbooking Made Simple: Part II

Today I will be sharing some of the gadgets that I like to use for making my photos fun and easy to incorporate into my scrapbook.

I love the Polaroid Instant Print Digital Camera Z2300-if you like to take photos of everything and like to stick them into a scrapbook or turn your photos into stickers for any projects, this is a great camera to have.  It uses ZINK Zero Ink Printing Technology, so all you need to buy are the 2x3" ZINK photo papers to start printing; no ink needed. These papers are generally sticky on the back, so you can turn your photos into stickers instantly.  If you don't want them as stickers, they also sell ZINK papers that are non-adhesive. It is a 10 MP camera with flash, self timer and cute borders that can be added to your photos.  You can take photos and record videos with it, and there's a slot for memory card.

But if the Polaroid Instant Print Digital Camera is a bit too expensive to invest in, and you already have some sort of photo printer at home, then I would recommend just getting a useful little Xyron Create-a-Sticker machine. It's a simple little machine that allows you to create your own personal stickers for anything. It's super easy to use, and I was able to purchase mine for less than $30 including additional adhesive film cartridges. This would also make an excellent gift for any kids and adults that are into scrapbooking, making greeting cards, or any other creative projects.  I'm a full-grown adult, but I still find this little gadget very amusing and fun to use.  I would definitely recommend this to everyone! No batteries or power cord needed, it's just a simple machine that allows you to feed your photo or printed image into the machine and with a turn of the handle,  the sticker comes out from the other end.  Voila! You have made your very own sticker :) Love it!

Xyron Create-a-Sticker - they have a few different models


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