Made in Britain
can be personalised
This personalised tea cup print is a wonderful gift for friends, especially those who love to natter over a nice cuppa.
The print shows a stack of quirky tea cups in red, blue and green with the inspirational quote "Life is like a tea cup - to be filled to the brim and enjoyed with friends".
And who are we to argue? Let's get the kettle on!
Choose this colourful and quirkly print as a personalised gift for friends, mums, as a retirement gift, or as a lovely addition to your own home.
The print can be personalised to your requirements. Wording can be added to the cups, the tag, or both! The choice is yours. Or, if you prefer, the print can be supplied unpersonalised.
Any number of the cups can be personalised with name(s) or a message, for example: 'Becky', 'Best Friend', 'Happy 30th Anna', 'Happy Birthday Jo'. There is room for one word on each cup.
The small tea tag can also be personalised with a short message (up to six words), if required. Please see the product photographs for personalisation examples and an image showing cup numbers. To give you a layout example, a three-word message such as 'Happy Birthday Jane' could be placed on cups 5, 6 & 7.
Available framed, mounted (to fit 16x12” frames) or unmounted (for you to mount and frame as you wish).
Our frames are made to order by our specialist framers, who are members of the Fine Art Trade Guild.
Frames are made from natural solid oak with an unstained finish, glazed with high quality acrylic safety glazing, and finished with a sturdy cord fixed across the back of the frame so it's ready to hang.
Delivery on framed prints: 6 to 8 working days. We’re unable to offer express delivery and international delivery on framed prints.
High quality paper and ink.
Frames are made from solid natural oak.
Mounts are a high quality 1.4mm thick textured bright white precision cut bevelled edge picture mount, sealed onto a 1mm backing board
Unframed print: A4 (21x29.7cm)
Mounted print: 16x12” including mount
Framed print: approx. 43x33cm
Due to differences in computer monitors, printed colours may differ slightly to those shown on screen.