Personalised Christmas Memories word cloud print
If you will be apart from your families and friends this festive season then this Christmas memories print has been designed for you.
A calligraphic heart filled with your personal memories of Christmas. To remember past years together or to thank your hosts for a wonderful day.
This personalised word cloud print will be completely unique to you and makes a wonderful thoughtful gift for those dearest to you.
The artwork is all individually designed and hand drawn by me with care. Choose as many words and short phrases as you would like, between 20 to 35 normally works perfectly. I use a mixture of script and capitals within the calligraphic heart and will arrange your wording in order of importance.
I have purposefully designed these prints to have year-round appeal - they are not too 'Christmassy' meaning they can be hung in the home and enjoyed in all seasons!
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*THIS IS AN UNFRAMED PRINT - Frames in the photos are just for display purposes.
A4 (21x29.7cm) and A3 (29.7x42cm)
I print onto archival digital watercolour paper using archival inks. This is known as a giclée print which means it is colourfast and very high quality.
The paper has a subtle watercolour texture and combined with the ink achieves a lovely flat rich colour.
Please add your words to the text boxes in the order below.
1. Sub Heading for words directly below 'Memories'
2. Most important words and short phrases
3. 2nd most important words and short phrases
4. 3rd most important words and short phrases
5. Short line of text for 'signature' area outside the heart
A mixture of between 20-35 words and short phrases normally works out just right for the main wording.
Do double-check your spelling as I'll assume it's correct and as you want it to appear (there are some unusual spellings out there!) Please clearly separate the words and phrases with a comma or hyphen.
Any queries, just get in touch and I'll be happy to help.