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This super chic Personalised Family Poster makes a fabulous gift for the family. This terrific print is available in two sizes A3 and A4 and with a choice of 3 classic looks; Charcoal, Latte or White. All text will be in capitals, with all your personalisation’s elegantly designed around the family name.
With a stylish and modern design you can personalise this poster with names and notable dates (birthdates and wedding dates) of all your family members. You can also include things that your family loves too, from family day outs, movies and music, cars to ‘mums (or dads) renowned roast dinner’. And if you’ve got pets or a family motto then don’t forget to add those too! It will be your family’s poster, so with up to 30 personalisation fields, please feel free to include whatever details to make it a wonderfully special one! The more personalisations entered, the more fabulous the print will be. The first 20 name/date/message fields are mandatory.
You can also choose to order the print on its own or framed in a contemporary picture frame (choose from a selection of colours).
Make this item even more personal by having a name, date or even a message added to it.
Offensive messages will not be processed, your money will be refunded and your order cancelled.
Bought as birthday gift for my wife and she really loves it. Hardest part was deciding what personalised messages to include...
Richard Gibson | 04/04/17
So different and great quality.
vicki whitmore | 02/03/16
I am told it looks lovely. I, myself, made a spelling error on it, which is too bad, but the poster itself came as I directed. Thank you!
Heather Williams | 29/12/15
Amazing! Best personalised product I have ever bought. Everyone loved it. Amazing quality. Came exactly on time, would definitely order from here again.
Lauren | 24/12/15
The gift arrived on time and it was packaged great. The lay out of the words worked out well and look amazing. I would recommend anybody else to use find me a gift.
James Crockett | 20/12/15
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