Tell your brother or sister your shared memories and how much they mean to you with this personalised typographic brother or sister dictionary print.
This traditional personalised gift for your sibling brother or sister is perfect for any occasion. It’s perfect for birthdays, Christmas or just to say thank you for being there when you needed them most. Customers do tell us that the look on the recipients faces is priceless and on some occasions tears are shed!
This gift for your brother or sister from coconutgrass comes in a range of classic and contemporary pantone colours that can be styled to suit their home. The colour choices are dusky blue, sky blue, blue slate, rose petal, red mist, pistachio, Armagnac, purple bloom, duck egg blue, green shadows, dusted cappuccino, earth, white mulberry, lemon or our favourite, charcoal! The colours have a wonderful depth and make your gift stand out.
You can select a definition format for your sibling in the style of brother or sister. The first two definitions are standard as you would expect to find them in the dictionary. For example – brother –a male sibling.
The third definition is yours to personalise. You have up to 250 characters (including spaces) to write whatever you want. You can tell them they used to be very good at tennis when they were younger, loved eating blue smarties, never shared their jaffa cakes with anyone, were so proud of their little red car, brought you chocolate biscuits when you were sad, took you to parties, was the cool kid at school, was the best brother a younger sister could have! The best ones are the memories you always have of them that will bring a smile to their face!
This is a giclee print and we use beautiful ultra-chrome K3 pigment inks which mean your prints do not fade and lasts a lifetime. The ink is printed on archival matte paper designed to show a beautiful depth of colour for your print.
Please note this print is sold unframed. The dimensions of this print are A4 - H29.7cm by W21cm. This print is designed to fit standard frames which can be bought from department stores such as John Lewis, Ikea or Wilkinsons.