Made in Britain
can be personalised
A beautiful unframed personalised typographic heart print.
If you require your order before the advertised delivery date, check it's possible before placing the order.
This personalised unframed heart print is a great way to put into print those attributes, words, phrases and memories associated with your chosen recipient and makes a great personalised gift for any member of the family, mum, sister, grandmother, grandchildren and friends.
Not just limited to the ideal birthday or anniversary gift, it also makes a great retirement gift and gift for the mother of the bride and a gift for bridesmaids to give the bride to be or simply to let someone know how much you care.
Please note that that the print is only designed for one name and it may not be possible to use longer names and the minimum is 3 letters (check before ordering)
It features a heart filled with the chosen name, meaning of the name (this can be replaced with a chosen phrase and needs to be a minimum of 23 letters and maximum 25, (any less than 23 and it will be moved down the heart to fit, alternatively if the phrase fits better further down it will be moved) along with chosen words and phrases placed at random to fit within the heart.
Please note that NO CAPITALS are used in this print, do not order if you if you require any capital letters.
You are required to provide some words of certain lengths to fit certain spaces along with 17 words of your choice, ensure the words are a mixture of short and long single words and even a few short phrases (do not provide all phrases or a long message). Please also provide an additional 7 words which aren't guaranteed to be included and will only be used if needed to complete the print.
Professionally printed onto high gloss archive photographic paper, which means your print is produced in vibrant colours and is guaranteed to last a lifetime.
8x10 inch - 20x25xm UNFRAMED
Fits a standard size frame, when framing please ensure that a mount is used to ensure the print doesn't touch the glass.