KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings

Take a picture, so you’ll wear it

KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings Shirt (similar) / Jeans / Camera: Kodak Printomatic (c/o)

You know the saying – out of sight out of mind? Well I’ve learned that in my tiny closet that I redesigned, I need to take photos of what is in dust bags or hat boxes so I don’t forget about them – or buy another one!

This cute slim and simple¬†Kodak Printomatic¬†is just $69 – great gift idea – it’s a 10-megapixel point-and-shoot and can print in full color or B&W to 2×3 sticky prints instantly. Your photos you take can be saved in the MicroSD card that’s included. And you can keep shooting while the camera is printing….I know from experience because as I was taking the photos you see below I accidentally pushed the trigger and took a photo of myself taking a photo.

There is a gift bundle for $120 and my inner teen is dying, I would love to get this for a gift when I used to scrapbook like crazy and took selifies all day before there was a word for it! It has a ton of fun stickers, frames, accessories and an album.

But back to one of the reasons I use it –

KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings
KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings
KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings
KODAK PRINTOMATIC to help organize closet belongings

I like to remember I have these hats in there or else I won’t even reach for them!

You can set this out during a party for friends to take and have fun with, packs of the paper (no ink needed) are available in 20 and 50 packs. I had a camera similar (different version, same type of paper packs by Kodak) and I took it with me to Ireland and it was fun for journaling.

I also like to take a photo of a gift sent to me, in use, I’m wearing it or holding it and I put it the photo in the thank you card so my friends can see I’m enjoying it – in action! It makes for a fun thank you card, kind of like when my friends send me videos of their kids opening their gifts I send. Only I’m probably not as adorable as a kid.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.

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