Made in Britain
can be personalised
The classic and beguiling story of Alice in Wonderland, presented in a typographic print that would grace any child's wall!
Following on from the success of our personalised Story of Us prints, we have applied the same style to a range of beautiful children's stories.
Carefully constructed from a selection of distressed, textured fonts and beautiful drawings, there is even space on the print for you to add one or two personalised lines if you wish. You might want to add something as simple as 'what will your story be?' or personalise with the child's name and date of birth to make a unique and wonderful christening or birthday gift.
Please type your personalisation very carefully to avoid any spelling mistakes, and we find it is always best to double check dates of birth with the parents, just in case!
This Giclée print is created on museum grade fine art matte paper to enchance the design, and is posted to you unframed, wrapped in tissue paper in a protective cardboard tube.
Or if you'd prefer, you can have it custom framed in your choice of white, black or oak frame, teamed with white mount board, by local framers using FSC approved wood (please allow an additional 7-10 days for framing).
Unframed prints are delivered as standard by Royal Mail 2nd class post which can take up to 4 working days from dispatch.
Framed prints are delivered by Parcelforce and they will require a signature on delivery. The courier will send an SMS notification (if you leave a mobile number) with delivery options for you so that you can rearrange delivery if required.
This design is printed on an A3 piece of paper that measures 29.7 x 42cm. The finished size of the framed print is 38 x 49 x 2cm
Please be aware, unfortunately we are unable to send framed prints to the Highlands and Islands, non-Mainland UK and overseas.
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