Personalised Gift Posters From Paper Themes


What do you get the person who has everything? That tricky to buy for friend or relative?
Another box of chocolates or socks? No! How about something personalised? Something made just for them?
Like this poster from paper themes.

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I think this is adorable and really love it. We have photos all around the house, but nothing like this. One off artwork just for my family. You get options of the age and genders of the people, all the names are typed in yourself when you order so even if the names are unusual it can be done, and you can even add pets.
There are other styles of posters available, with a large amount being aimed at newly weds or baby birth information posters. You know the ones, baby girl born on weighing and named .

The posters vary in size and shape slightly depending on the one you pick, with the one I chose being A3 size. This poster is priced at £24.99 and came carefully rolled up in a strong cardboard tube for safe posting. They are all supplied unframed but its easy enough to buy frames the correct sizes Today I went into Wilko and bought a frame, so here it is, proudly on my wall.

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I admit I had to trim a centimeter of the shortest sides to fit the frame.

Paper themes also sell other cool paper based items. Personalised wrapping paper printed just for you. Imagine a small kiddie receiving a parcel wrapped in paper that says “To Rio lots of love from Mummy, George and Nana”. You couldn’t get that by chance could you? It is pricey at £5 a sheet but it is seriously cute. Maybe just for the main gift though!

If you are struggling for pressie ideas pop over to Paper Themes. Maybe even for the “Thank you” cards in the new year.

Disclosure: paper themes sent me the Personalised poster in return for an honest review. I paid for my frame.
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