Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Printic review + giveaway

Last week I was contacted by Printic to try out their polaroid style print service and I jumped at the chance. I've heard about a few companies offering this kind of thing and have always thought it was a great idea but yet to have tried any of them myself.

Printic gave me a code to recieve 8 free prints, so I downloaded the app, entered my coupon code and set about uploading the 8 images I wanted printed. It was super easy to navigate and use and in no time my order had been completed.

Despite Printic being a French company there are no shipping fees which is a definite plus point for me, my order also arrived really quickly, I placed it last Thursday and it arrived yesterday. (Monday) I love the simple but modern envelope they come in, a lovely touch.

Here are the photos I received, I did spend a while trying to narrow down to 8 but decided I would go for ones of friends and family as they're the kind of memories I'm most likely to want to remember. I also picked a couple of other pics I'd taken at the end of last year which I just thought were cool.

The photos are great quality, the images are clear and the colours true to life. The only improvement I could think of is that I was expecting them to be a thicker paper more like real polaroids but that's just personal preference and not really necessary as I'll always have them stuck on a wall or in a photo album.

I decided to stick the ones featuring friends and family on my wall so I can always see them, they look great, it does make me want to order loads of them and have a whole panel of photos though.

Now to the bit you've all been waiting for, Printic have offered one of you guys the chance to win 8 prints of your own. Of course you must have a smartphone (iOS or Android) to enter as you'll have to download the app to place your order. Other than that, there's three mandatory steps to enter which you can do with the Rafflecopter widget below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway




  1. Such a cute idea! I miss taking polaroids, I remember the film was so expensive and I used to beg my parents to buy me a new pack all the time haha!

    Tara x

  2. it would be family photos to send to relatives

  3. I love having my photos printed and the fact that they don't charge for postage is great Lucy