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ALL ORNAMENTS SHOWN ON THIS WEBSITE ARE EXAMPLES OF HOW AN ITEM CAN BE PERSONALIZED. ALL ORNAMENTS ARE HAND PERSONALIZED NOT COMPUTER-GENERATED. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU SEE AN ORNAMENT WITH A HEART, BUT WOULD PREFER A PAW PRINT; THERE IS NO EXTRA CHARGE TO MAKE A CHANGE. WE PROMISE THERE ARE NEVER ANY HIDDEN CHARGES WHEN SELECTING PERSONALIZATION OPTIONS ON THIS WEBSITE.

  • We use upper and lower case lettering or all caps on our personalized ornaments , depending on the size of the writing area. If we cannot fit the names or words you have requested into a space, we will contact you via e-mail.
     
  • Please, when in doubt, double check spelling of names that have multiple spellings; such as Aiden or Aidan; Caitlyn, Katelyn or Kaitlyn.
     
  • Many of our couple and family personalized ornaments do not have specific male or female characters; rather they look gender neutral until they are personalized. On these personalized ornaments , please be sure to put the names in the order in which you would like them written. For example: Lisa & Scott or Scott & Lisa. For default purposes on this site, we will always place the woman’s name first if not otherwise specified.
     
  • When writing in the family name, there is no apostrophe! It is the PLURAL form of the name (The Taylors), not the possessive (The Taylor’s). The correct plural form of a name ending in “s”; such as Jones, is Joneses. Since this looks awkward, we recommend “The Jones Family”, NOT “The Jones’s”, “The Jones” or “The Jone’s” since none of these are correct.
     
  • Many couples and families have different last names. On personalized ornaments where a space is designated for a last name, we suggest you write “Merry Christmas”, “Happy Holidays”, Christmas 2009 (or appropriate year), or just the year.
     
  • We typically add a paw print when writing a dog or cat’s name on an ornament.
     
  • On a family ornament, if the mother is pregnant, writing “Baby-to-be” or “?” on one of the little kid’s faces looks cute!
     
  • If requested, we can use orange, red, green or certain shades of blue, brown or purple ink for school or team colors on a white shirt, white skirt, white ball or megaphone.
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