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#HPSmartMom Panel & Mama Must Have It

So excited to have been chosen for this elite group of mom bloggers AND  to receive a new HP ENVY 5530 e-All-in-One Printer Thank you HP and thank you to Maria Bailey at Mom Select!

Disclosure: Thanks to HP and Mom Select, as part of the HP Mom Panel, I will be receiving HP products (HP ENVY 5530 e-All-in-One Printer) & services throughout the year.  Any thoughts, opinions and/or testimonials expressed about the product and services are 100% my own. 

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I now have the problem of which Pinterest Printable I should print first…. dang problems… I did do one printable clip art off of Etsy for my daughter’s tea party coming up in two days. The teapot on each goody bag was printed using my new HP ENVY 5530 e-All-in-One Printer.

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Features of this bad-boy printer…

Inspiration, meet spark

  • Put your best print forward—create borderless, lab-quality photos and laser-sharp documents with ease.
  • Both sides of savings—save time and paper with automatic two-sided printing.
  • Worth more than words. Create photos that launch into fun, shareable videos with HP Live Photo.
  • Full of value—print more for less with optional high-capacity cartridges or enroll in HP Instant Ink—an ink replacement service that can save you up to 50%. Learn more.

Print wherever creativity strikes

  • Print wirelessly—from virtually anywhere you roam—from your smartphone, tablet, and Internet-connected PC.
  • Always have your printer on hand. Scan directly to your mobile device with HP Printer Control.
  • No need to wait—set up quickly out of the box and connect to your wireless network automatically.

Step up and create

  • Create in fewer steps. View photos and print from the 2.65-inch (6.74 cm) color touchscreen and card slots.
  • Inspire life with every print—HP Printables deliver news, fun, and savings directly to your printer.
  • From idea to reality—fast. Knock out creative photo projects in a snap with fast print speeds.

Here is a nifty video of the printer at work. Please excuse the Little Einsteins in the background