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Flitterbee Name Plaque | Review

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When Charlie was born in 2007 he spent a week being called baby until Daddy Moo and I literally gave him his name in the carpark of the registry office! In 2008 when Megan was born we already knew exactly what her name would be. In late 2010 Charlie started pre-school and became Charlie G, as he was one of three boys called Charlie in his class, this continued all the way until last year (2016) when he started middle school and was the only Charlie in his class. It's been a similar story for Megan so we immediately knew that baby 3 was going to have a unique name. However having an unual name doesn't make it easy to buy named gifts. We have 3 glass decorations on our Christmas tree adorned with “Megan” “Charlie” and “special daughter”. The mother in law has one that says “Oliver”. I kid you not. Seriously poor Olive.flitterbee name plaque

Thankfully Flitterbee handcraft all their name plaques meaning children like Olive can have one of their very own. Olive was sent a beautiful handcrafted, cream wooden name plaque with 3D lettering. The lettering is decorated with bright and colourful floral design with a varnished finish. There is also a super cute handpainted birdie too. The plaque can be hung by red ribbon and flower buttons or in the checkout you can select to have doubled sided foam stickers. I love the ribbon as it means you can easily move the plaque to a new home or desitination. The colours go really well with the hot pink in the girls bedroom.Olive name plaque

The plaques are really well crafted, beautiful and make really lovely gifts for those children with unusual names.

The plaque is 10cm high (excluding the hanging ribbon) and vary in length between 25cm and 35cm depending on the length of the child's name. There are various designs and themes to suit any child's bedroom. 
 Name plaques are priced at £18.50 for further information head to : olive

We were sent this name plaque for review purposes. 

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