If you guys know anything about me I loves Insta-tography. Something I’ve realised over the past few months since doing my little Insta-round ups is just how many digital snaps I actually have on there and printing off the images I’m most proud of has been on my ‘to do list’ since forever.
After a bit of digging I found Square Snaps online. As the name suggests they’re a photo printing company that will print out whatever photos you’d like and send them straight to your door. All you have to do is upload them directly from your computer OR link up your Instagram account to select which snaps you want, choose the size of photos you want (it can range from Polaroid style prints to squared off Instagram prints to individual greeting cards) and they’ll send them to you with minimal hassle.
Seeing as I’m all about that TS 1989 Album aesthetic I went and choose their Mini Pola Snaps, they’re so compact and adorable! I love how the photos turned out too, luckily my awesome VSCOcam skillz didn’t get lost in the print quality. Delivery is super quick as well. I literally ordered them late on a Thursday night and they arrive first thing on Saturday morning. I’ve already added some of the more ‘generic’ snaps to my bedroom wall, and the rest at my NYC photos ready to go into my travel scrapbook.
And thanks to the lovely peeps at Square Snaps I’m able to give away a set of 24 Mini Polas snaps just for you!
Just enter your details below and make sure your following the blog for a chance to win! You have two weeks to enter before the giveaway ends on 8th July, so…go, go, go!
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And if you don’t manage to snap up my giveaway prize a few weeks ago, I’ve teamed up with Square Snaps again to offer you 10% off your order over the next two weeks (again finishing up on the 8th July) using the code:
You can use this for the next two weeks whilst the giveaway is on, so get on it!
*Disclaimer: Square Snaps were nice enough to gift the giveaway prize and also offered the discount code (which runs from 24th June 2015 to 8th July 2015). Having tried and paid for the service with my own money before reaching out to the company, all opinions expressed here are my own. Links in this post may be tracked.