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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

More Than Words Gift Boxes

Our Christmas delivery slots are now (very!) fully booked and, as much as we would love to, I'm afraid that we will no longer be able to guarantee bespoke typographic artwork delivery in time for 25th December on any orders placed from today, 7th December.  


This decision is based on our lead times to produce each item to order, but also on the UK postal and courier service which are currently struggling to deliver on time as a result of the British weather conditions.


Fear not, however, we know there will be some people who would still love to offer a piece of More Than Words typographic artwork as a gift for that person who has just about everything.  We have a solution or two for you!!


A More Than Words 'Boxed Gift Certificate' (from £25) - Order by 15th December


Purchase a fabulous More Than Words boxed gift certificate to the value of your choice which can be unwrapped on Christmas morning by the recipient.  They can then have lots of fun over lunch discussing past times and favourite things...ultimately compiling the words to be used in their bespoke typographic design. Perfect!  







A 'Boxed Gift Note' (free) - for any More Than Words design - Order by 15th December


If you would still like us to design a piece of artwork as a gift then the other option is for us to send you one of our beautiful letterpressed ivory boxes containing a little personalised note for the recipient.  


The box will include a gift note of your choice, with an image of the type of design they will be receiving,  letting them know that their original piece of More Than Words artwork will be arriving very soon!  


Simply request this free service in the 'Special requests' box when placing your bespoke artwork order and we will send your boxed gift note straight out by recorded delivery (and will get to work on the recipients typographic design in the meantime).




Orders for both of these options must be placed by 15th December to avoid disappointment.


www.morethanwords.uk.com

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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

More Than Words Gift Boxes

Our Christmas delivery slots are now (very!) fully booked and, as much as we would love to, I'm afraid that we will no longer be able to guarantee bespoke typographic artwork delivery in time for 25th December on any orders placed from today, 7th December.  


This decision is based on our lead times to produce each item to order, but also on the UK postal and courier service which are currently struggling to deliver on time as a result of the British weather conditions.


Fear not, however, we know there will be some people who would still love to offer a piece of More Than Words typographic artwork as a gift for that person who has just about everything.  We have a solution or two for you!!


A More Than Words 'Boxed Gift Certificate' (from £25) - Order by 15th December


Purchase a fabulous More Than Words boxed gift certificate to the value of your choice which can be unwrapped on Christmas morning by the recipient.  They can then have lots of fun over lunch discussing past times and favourite things...ultimately compiling the words to be used in their bespoke typographic design. Perfect!  







A 'Boxed Gift Note' (free) - for any More Than Words design - Order by 15th December


If you would still like us to design a piece of artwork as a gift then the other option is for us to send you one of our beautiful letterpressed ivory boxes containing a little personalised note for the recipient.  


The box will include a gift note of your choice, with an image of the type of design they will be receiving,  letting them know that their original piece of More Than Words artwork will be arriving very soon!  


Simply request this free service in the 'Special requests' box when placing your bespoke artwork order and we will send your boxed gift note straight out by recorded delivery (and will get to work on the recipients typographic design in the meantime).




Orders for both of these options must be placed by 15th December to avoid disappointment.


www.morethanwords.uk.com

No comments: