Made in Britain
can be personalised
A snowy-topped Christmas tree poster just for the kids to decorate #handsoffmyglassornaments!
Decorating the tree is such a fun family tradition; we all decorate ours together every year playing the obligatory Christmas album and finishing up with a hot chocolate and marshmallows! I love it, but I don’t mind admitting that I get a bit antsy about where each decoration goes – and yes I do occasionally adjust!
Let the kids loose on this snowy Christmas tree poster so they can decorate their own tree exactly the way they want!
We had a great time decorating our poster with glitter pens, fuzzy felt shapes, sticky stars and press on gems and all sorts of things we found in our making box (the kids didn’t mind me helping out at all, but they did get a bit antsy about where I was sticking stars!).
But why should it be just for the little folk? Offices, student house, playgroups and flat shares would all benefit from a speedy festive update!
Added bonus; our photographic tree print doesn’t drop any needles, turn brown or take up any floor space!
We can add a personalised header or a short message to the top of the Large (A2) sized poster to make it extra special!
Style tip: Mini glue dots are a bit of a god send for this fun project! Cut out ornament and star shapes from the offcuts of your christmas wrapping paper to add a collage feel.
Our photographic Christmas tree image is digitally printed on to a 165gsm bright white paper. Available in 2 sizes, extra large (limited stock) and large.
Our large poster is a standard A2 size and we are able to personalise with a header for an extra fee. Our limited edition extra large fabulous tree poster is non-personalised and measures 91cm wide and 125cm long. It's big! It's bigger than most 6yr olds. Make sure you have somewhere awesome to hang it once they are finished decorating!
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