Whether your child is a freshman in high school (like mine) or a freshman in college, they want to be able to record these exciting times. Photos work both to capture the good times and to help remind you to cherish those times. Photos provide comfort and they can serve as great decoration too! That is why I am happy to partner with Polaroid to share how your child can use photos to decorate along with some creative ways to display Polaroid pictures. We received a Polaroid Snap Touch instant digital camera to help facilitate review.
Polaroid Snap Touch Camera Review
Slim Camera That Prints Instantly
The beauty of the Polaroid is that you can have a picture in your hand in just a few seconds. I still remember the thrill of using my grandmother’s Polaroid. It was so special and exciting. Like watching magic happen right in front of you! And it is still that way for my daughter but even better with a 3.5 inch LCD touchscreen display. The 13MP camera, with a 3.4mm lens, captures every crisp detail and prints out dry in smudge proof detail. You can be spontaneous and fun and have the photo in your hands right away. Only now, with her fancy new Polaroid Snap Touch instant digital camera she has the photo in hands and a digital back up too, and all in a super cute slim camera!
Polaroid Filters And Photo Editing Available
No, wait. There’s more. Not only can she snap and print instantly, she can also share her favorite photos through Bluetooth connectivity to the free Polaroid Mobile App. This means she can simply send her photos to her smartphone and unlock all the editing features Polaroid has to offer from cute stickers to fun filters to cool borders. This means she can share photos with friends and through apps. Something else, you totally didn’t expect from Polaroid? You can even shoot short videos! Yup, 1080p full HD video recording capability so the Polaroid Snap Touch camera can fill a person’s photography needs! A microSD card slot allows for image and video storage.
Polaroid Picture Choices
With the Polaroid Snap Touch instant digital camera, you have choices! You can pick which color mode you like- black & white, color, & vintage sepia. You also have the option to print with the Polaroid Classic Border Logo or without. Furthermore, you can chose a time stamp or no time stamp. You will love the ZINK® Zero Ink technology for instantly printing your photos straight from the camera’s built-in printer. And the best part is, the instant Polaroid pictures print on Zink paper which has an adhesive backing, turning your photos into stickers which you can use to decorate any living space, laptop, or scrapbook! They are perfect for dorm rooms and lockers.
Where To Get A Polaroid?
You can get a Polaroid at a wide variety of retail outlets such as Target and Barnes and Noble. You can also get a Polaroid through my affiliate amazon link here- Polaroid Snap Touch Instant Digital Camera. It comes with a wrist strap, a cable cord, and 10 photo printing sheets.
You can also learn more at Polaroid.com. You’re going to love the bright, colorful photos!
How to Display Polaroid Pictures
Photography is a great way for a person to show their individuality and record memories. Photos are a great way to decorate too. As I mentioned, the instant Polaroid pictures that print on Zink paper have an adhesive backing so they can easily be displayed on binders or in scrapbooks.
They can also be displayed in frames. I really like display for Polaroid pictures show in the below affiliate Amazon link.
Or you can make a DIY polaroid picture frame with just a few supplies like cardstock paper, some tassels, and a hole punch. Then just tape it to the wall to display.
My daughter selected how to display her Polaroid pictures and she chose a DIY Polaroid picture banner.
DIY Polaroid Picture Display Banner
You can make your own banner with card stock or you can go the super easy route and buy a cloth banner to use as your base. We had a Martha Stewart banner on hand so we just used that.
You can just peel the backs of the photos off and stick them straight onto the banner flags. Or if you want to be able to reuse the banner and photos later (like I do) , you can use a glue gun to put a dot of glue in each corner and apply to the flags.
Then we just fed the string through the flag pushing down on the right hand side and up on the left hand side so that the majority of the string is hidden behind the banner flags.
Next we used tape to stick it to her door. Voila! Her DIY Polaroid picture display banner makes the perfect welcome to her room! And she can change it out and update anytime!
How will you choose to display your Polaroid pictures? Did you know the Polaroid Snap Touch camera had so many cool features?