Here we are, the third and final gift guide of the year. With a name like mine I can’t just pop into a gift shop and get a pen with my name on it so whenever I receive a gift with my name on I treasure it with pride. Personalised gifts are becoming a big thing at the moment.
Here are a few of my favourite personalised websites this year:
Personalised items from T-shirts to sportswear to bags and accessories.
Price varies depending on product from Printsome
This site is perfect for those that need personalised shirts for work. The thing that makes this company different from all the rest is the fact that their products are embroidered instead of transfers. Which means that you don’t have the worry about over washing them.
calendars, mugs, books and more.
From Potato print.
We all have photos that we’ve taken and adore but they’re just sitting around in our phones. Potato print is an online company where you can order something personalised with your favourite photo. I recently worked with photo print and have 10% off for all my readers if you use the code EPILEPTICMUM10. You can have a read of my post about their products here if you have time.
I absolutely love this website! If there’s anything you are wanting to personalise you are bound to find it here. There is so, so much to choose from and everything is high quality and perfect condition.
Funny cards and more.
From Love Layla
Although these aren’t personalised I bloody love Love Layla. If you’ve got someone who you know can handle a bit of banter get on to this website it is full to the brim of products that are bound to make you and the recipient giggle.
Personalised t-shirts and hoodies
from T-shirt studio
If you regularly read my blog you will know that Ryan is a keen angler. He’s recently set up a Facebook page to share all his fishing match stuff. I jokingly told him that he should get a personalised jumper to wear to his matches so that people can see that he has a page however, Ryan thought that that would be a pretty awesome idea and said that that was something that he wanted for Christmas. I searched the web and came across T-shirt studio a simple and easy to use website and this is what we ended up with. A high quality hoodie with both front and back personalization for only £22! How amazing is that? He loved it so much he decided he wanted it now and will only take it off to get it washed.
Everything you could ever wish for
from Not On The High Street.
I absolutely love NotOnTheHighStreet. There’s everything you could ever imagine on their website. All created by people small companies that you probably wouldn’t stumble across. Everything is amazingly high quality and last year I bought my mother a keyring which had “Grandma and me” on it with a 1p coin with her birth year and a 5p coin with Shaniah’s birth year on. Everything is such good value.