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Posted by on Oct 6, 2015 in MyPrintly, Technology, Trip Reports | 0 comments

I’m going to HP Print & Pamper Retreat by MyPrintly!

Ok, I am beyond excited as I’ll be attending the HP Print & Pamper Retreat by MyPrintly TOMORROW!

HP Print & Pamper Retreat

The retreat will be held at the Rancho Bernardo Inn, just outside of San Diego.  The pictures are making me drool!

Copyright Rancho Bernardo Inn

Seriously, check out the photos on Yelp.

The conference will be held over 3 days, and I’ll get a chance to tour HP facilities, test out some new technology, and well, get my pamper on!  I’ll also be taking home a brand new HP printer and lots of other fun stuff!

Also, if you haven’t heard of MyPrintly, it’s a great site with lots of free printables and inspiration!  I’m super excited to test out some of the crafts at the conference!  I had a chance to check out MyPrintly in Portland, visit this post.


Now there is a HUGE surprise at the end of this conference….  DISNEYLAND!!!!  Yes, I will be going to Disneyland for the very first time!  I blog all about Disney, but have never set foot inside Disneyland!  The great people at Disney have setup an incredible nighttime event for those of us attending the HP Print and Pamper retreat, and I’m sure it’s going to be over-the-top magic!

Copyright Disney Parks

There might even be some tears first time I see Sleeping Beauty’s Castle!

Please follow along, I will be tweeting, Instagraming, and possibly even Periscoping the entire time!

PixieBudget on Twitter

PixieBudget on Instagram

PixieBudget on Periscope

Follow #MyPrintlyMoms too!


Disclaimer: I have paid a small conference fee to attend the HP Print & Pamper Retreat, however there will be lots of special events, swag, and much more.  Disneyland has also graciously given me an additional ticket to attend the parks on Sunday.  I’m under no obligation to post, and all opinions are very much my own.

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