This Word For Word print is a cross between a poem and a crossword.
Collect together some well chosen words for this unique typographic gift.
This personalised typography print is created entirely to order and makes a perfect gift to celebrate, congratulate or thank someone special. For any situation, from birthdays to weddings, it's a great gift for men, women, boys and girls of all ages. It's also makes a great corporate and retirement gift.
You supply the words and I'll ensure it's all visually correct.
Available in A3 and A4 sizes : Landscape or Portrait (see below*) I reserve the right to change format if your word/name combination does not suit the format you've requested.
The are six different colour backgrounds plus 12 new custom colour combinations (see photos).
Enter the name or names you wish to highlight into the Name or Names personalisation option.
Every letter in the name forms a separate line.
Type all the words that make up the name in the Words section making sure you put full stops after each individual word or phrase.
IMPORTANT NOTE> PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU LIST THE WORDS IN THE ORDER THEY WILL APPEAR.
For example. For Ian who likes fishing you would type IAN in the Name section and then... RIVER. FLOAT. FISHING. in the Words section and I would highlight the I, A and N.
If a letter appears more than once in a word I'll choose the one that works best .
Try to avoid any more than eight letters including spaces either side of the letter you wish to highlight. Any more and the type size is reduced.
So "CUSTOMER" ( 8 letters) is good for all of it's letters but "TOO MANY WORDS" (14 letters) isn't unless you want to highlight the Y in the middle because it's only 7 and 6 either side!
*Choose PORTRAIT or LANDSCAPE format...Portrait is best for short words and long name. Landscape is best for long words and short name.
PLEASE NOTE: I reserve the right to change format if needed.
There's space underneath for an additional, optional, caption. Again there's no restriction but it will look a whole lot better if you keep it simple.