Family Tree Extra 10" x 12"
Hand decorated with coloured heart buttons
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Frame, colour and decoration
Important: Colours will differ accross the Web and may print in a slightly different tone than illustrated on your screen.
Buttons and decorations are an example of the high quality items used when recreating your design. An exact button match can not be guaranteed but will always be attempted.
Important: It is the buyers responsibility that the text in your artwork does not breach any copyright laws.
Posted first class - usually within 5-7 days. Please allow up to 10 days to receive your frame. We will send your frame by first class post to mainland UK and overseas orders will be sent by standard parcel post.
A lovely personalised addition to your walls at home, the family tree framed picture.
This design has spaces for 9 family members. If you don't want to use all the spaces, simply leave them blank. Alternatively if you would like spaces for more than 9 people, please do feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide a template for your additional requirements.
Say-It Frames will complete this design for you by adding green and pink button hearts, to give it that extra special touch!
frame size guidelines
To find out more about our frames, including our frame sizing information, visit the "Our Frames" page.
""Love these frames, so personal and makes a very special present. My mum lives away and I brought her a frame to show just why me and my 2 brothers love her. My mum can now look at the frame and always know we are thinking about her. Thank you so much Lyndsey!!""
Natalie Forrest-Holden, September 2011
"I have just received my Frame, after fighting through the brilliant packaging as I was so excited to see it, I was pleased with what it looked like and know it will be hung pride of place every christmas once it has been received this year by my parents. Thanks for such a fab service and great product will definately order some for other occassions xxx"
Clare Eaton, October 2011