Yea, Christmas is going so are you having a headache what to buy?? No Worries, Living it Up will be running some posts of special gifts you can get for your special someone, from budget to pricy, whatever you want. Today’s feature brand is Printcious, and I will consider this as rather budget type of gift but not less special. Why? Coz it’s a customised gift! Printcious is basically a printing service that carries over 200 DIY gift items such as T-shirts, mugs, puzzles, cushions, mousepads, with your photos and special wording which are suitable for all gift-giving occasions like birthday, wedding, graduation, anniversary or corporate events. What’s most cool, you can make just 1. I have printed many T-Shirts for my work place before, and most times, T-Shirt printers want us to print in large numbers. What if I want my T-shirt to be so unique that there’s only one of it in the world? Printcious is the answer.
I like those funny coffee mugs. I’m also interested in the musical themed mugs, just nice for my morning cuppa. There is also a feature where customers can upload any graphic that is high resolution and get it printed on anything on the site, from the T-shirt to the mug to Ceramic Tiles, Puzzles and Mousepads. It will be cute to have a puzzle with the photo of your loved ones on it!
So why do we want to make personalised gifts? Simply, they are:
- Affordable - the pricing for each gift is from RM19++ onwards. Cheap and personalised, what else do we need.
- Usable - all the items are everyday usable items!
- Convenient - everything is done online, no phone calls, no driving out.
- Memorable - you can create your own very special memorable design.
In all, Printcious.com really stands for Precious Gifts From Your Heart. I love the way the advocates the art of giving, that giving gifts doesn’t have to be branded or expensive either, it is what comes from your heart that matters the most.
For more info https://www.facebook.com/printcious/ or make orders at http://www.printcious.com/ Shipping is free with orders over RM75, else a min RM10 applies. I will be making some T-shirts later and writing more in this blog about that.