Everyone loves a chance to win something, but if this something can be used in your crafting it makes it even better. Scrap Girls is giving away one Flip Pal Mobile (Portable) Scanner to a lucky winner on October 31st, 2012. Actually, Flip Pal is giving away one of their units (including a carrying case) to a lucky Scrap Girls customer, but we still like to think of it as the good people at Scrap Girls are doing it.
Entering for a chance to win seems simple enough. All you have to do is think of a super creative way that you would use the Flip Pal and post it as a comment on this post on the Scrap Girls Blog. The winner will even be featured in their newsletter each season over the next year so everyone can see how you are using it.
If you don’t know what a Flip Pal Mobile (Portable) Scanner is, you can check out the Flip Pal site to learn more.
Flip Pal Mobile Scanner
Features of the Flip Pal Mobile (Portable) Scanner:
- Keeps Your Memories Safe – scan album photos in place, patented “flip-and-scan” technology, see-through window for framing the original, safeguard important documents and images and store in a safe location
- Scan small to large originals, photos, drawings, quilts, even small objects like coins or jewelry, newspapers, bound books, albums and magazines
- High quality digital image, high resolution retains the detail, color, dimensions and texture true to the original, 600 and 300 dpi resolution settings
- For Memory Keepers who want to conveniently and reliably scan photos, images in books and magazines, and works of art so that they can be stored digitally, then shared with family and friends for under $150. The patented flip-and-scan technology allows you to scan photos safely while still in the album or frame. Unlike alternative solutions that don’t have the combination of mobility, accuracy, versatility, and keeping the original safe, the Flip-PalTM mobile scanner is compact, simple to operate, has high resolution, quick scan time, battery power, cordless – no computer required, and onboard memory.