Personalised chalk inspired FINGERPRINT TREE - guest book alternative

Personalised chalk inspired FINGERPRINT TREE - guest book alternative

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£12.00
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Names
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Wedding Guest Book Alternative
Fingerprint Art
Chalkboard inspired Fingerprint Tree
 
The fingerprint tree is perfect for any wedding. A fun and unforgettable alternative to a normal guest book. Traditional guest books can lie hidden away in drawers or in the attic - the beauty of fingerprint art is that it can be hung on your wall and is on display all the time! A beautiful lasting reminder of your big day!
Guests leave their unique fingerprints as leaves on the tree. They then sign their name alongside or over their fingerprints - adding the personal touch that every wedding planner aims for!
The fingerprint tree is personalised with your details and printed on to high quality 300gsm, A3 white cardstock or 210gsm, A3 soft cream cardstock (please choose from the dropdown menu). Hanging from the tree is some beautiful bunting and beneath the tree is a rustic "chalkboard" sign which reads "Just Married" The print is personalised with your names & wedding date
 
Package Includes:
  • A3 (11.7 x 16.5 inches) fingerprint tree artwork
  • 1 x A3 Practice and Instruction sheet.
When you place your order please message me with your personalisation details.
I will need to know the names and date you require.
 
The tree is sold unmounted & unframed so that you can match the frame to your own decor (this also helps keep costs down so that the savings are passed on to you!) Inks are readily available online and in craft stores. My personal inks of choice are the tsukineko memento dew drop range. When displaying your tree, I also suggest that you place wet wipes and a little bin near by for your guests to wipe their hands afterwards!
The artwork will be packed in a protection sleeve and mailed in a board backed envelope.

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