Do you have zillions of digital images and want to turn them into prints? art? Gifts?
I wanted to tell you about Amazon Prints where printing pictures is as easy as “upload and send”. Amazon has launched a photo printing service that allows all customers to print their memories. Prime members can upload images to their Prime Photos account, print the product of their choice, and receive free delivery. If you’re not a Prime member, you’ll receive 5 GB of storage free on Prime Photos and be able to print your favorite photos. Prints start at the low price point of $0.09 and you can choose from standard, large or collage prints.
What else does Amazon Prints offer?
Custom Cards with YOUR photos starting from $.75?
Don’t you love getting cards and sending them too? It’s so much more special when you can make the card your own by incorporating some of your photos and words. Right? When you use Amazon Prints you can create cards for showers, holidays, or yearly events…all starting at $.75/each.
Wall Decor incorporating your photo memories starting from $6.49?
I love custom wall art don’t you? Make sure your wall art is unique. Utilize your photos and Amazon prints to make a wide selection of personalized wall decor including photo canvases, large prints and aluminum prints.
Photo books starting at $8.99?
Have you ever received a photo book? Or given one? The recipient usually is mesmerized for hours. They thumb through it again and again that day…and then leave it sitting out for others to view. Don’t you love it when you give/get that perfect gift? With Amazon prints, you can make both hard and soft cover photo books for any occasion.
to finally turn all those photo memories into prints OR art!
Thanks to Amazon for sponsoring this “Avoid Printing Photos Hassle” post and providing prizes for the giveaway! Amazon, Fire and the Amazon Fire TV logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates #AmazonPrints
Update: This blog post originally had a Giveaway for $1000 in gift cards. The giveaway has ended and the Rafflecopter entry device has been removed. The contest had 22753 entries. See Giveaway Winners