I love anything personalised, I love the time that has gone into it, and that it is just for me! I have always admired the papercut designs, and recently purchased a card version for my best friends wedding.
So when Twenty Fingers got in touch with me, and offered me a personalised family tree papercut, I had to yes! Twenty Fingers is a family run business, Husband and Wife duo who create all their products themselves. I love to support UK businesses, so I am so pleased to share this stunning product with you.
The best thing about personalised items, and products that are made to order, is that you can make them fit in with you decor so easily. The family tree papercut has 23 different colours of paper to choose from, 5 frame colours and 3 sizes. So you can design this product to fit you perfectly. I knew mine was going to go in my grey and white bedroom, and fit in with dressing table wall.
So I picked a white wooden frame, standard size 10″x12″ and dark grey paper. I think it works perfectly, and ties in well. As it is placed on white walls, the grey paper lettering stands out really well. So make sure you think about the colour the frame will be placed on. You don’t want it blending in!
I love that the tree has ‘Moore Family’ on the base of the tree. This can be personalised to what wording you want. Along with up to 6 names within the tree. The next size up can include 9 names, and the largest size can have 25 names! So you could fit everyone in your family in the tree. This would make a very lovely gift for a special occasion.
Some personalised items I have purchased in the past, have been lovely but the quality hasn’t been that great. Well you don’t need to worry with this from Twenty Fingers. The quality is outstanding, the frame is of super quality, and the papercut is perfect.
So would you love to win one yourself? If so then enter the competition using Rafflecopter, and you could win a standard size family tree papercut worth £59.
*I was sent this family tree paper cut from Twenty Fingers for the purpose of this review, and competition. However all thoughts are honest and of my own.
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