Personalised Mugs for Kids from Petit-Fernand! – Review

Petit-Fernand, makers of name labels and other such personalised delights have expanded their range recently to include personalised lunch boxes, water bottles and mugs.  All of which I think would make great stocking fillers!

I do love a bit of personalisation. I think it stems from having a bit of an unusual name so that as a child I hardly even found anything with my name on in a souvenir shop.  Of course Ben, Chloe and Amy have much more common names and so we never struggle to find anything with their name on but Petit-Fernand go one step further making their items fully customisable so not only can you have your name printed onto your chosen product but you can also choose a colour scheme and pattern.

This Christmas my little gang will be finding a Petit-Fernand personalised mug in their stockings.

When ordering your customised mug from Petit-Fernand, you can choose the colour of the handle & inside of the ceramic mug, the font colour and style, and finally the pattern (in fact there are 26 different themes to choose from).

The print quality of the chosen patterns is spot on though I have noticed a slight shadow around the names on each of the mugs – however, this is so faint that I only noticed it when I had photographed them!

Of course the mugs are aimed at children but there’s nothing to say you can’t buy them for adults too – I know my friend Lauren would love a mug covered in flamingos & cacti!  You don’t even have to have your name on them, there’s up to 22 characters available for you to personalise your mug.

I’m confident that the kids are going to love having their very own mugs to drink their hot chocolate in this winter!

*We were sent the personalised mugs from Petit-Fernand free of charge for the purposes of review however all thoughts and opinions remain our own*

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