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Wrapping gifts in paper isn't a modern invention. There are records dating back to ancient times, where the Chinese court would wrap gifts for officials of the government in paper made from rice and bamboo.
Today, there's much more choice! Especially from the amazing independent designers with stores at Zazzle.
Started by the Hallmark brother-founders Rollie and Joyce, the modern approach to colourful and stylized gift-wrap was really established in the latter half of the 20th century.
Now with the internet and the joys of the online approach, this has moved on a stage further... all the wrapping paper (and other related Zazzle gear) you see featured on this blog is customizable and personalizable. You can add photos, text, monograms - you name it... !
So either see a design you like and buy it as is or customize and personalize it the way you want before adding it to your shopping cart.
And you can't be disappointed, Zazzle has a 100% satisfaction guarantee to all shoppers. So what are you waiting for? Start having a look to find the perfect gift wrap for your present to that wonderful person!

..and with it being the Christmas and Hanukkah (Jewish Festival of Lights) season I'll focus on those occasions for now...

Personalize and Customize

You can customize and personalize all the Zazzle wrapping paper and related products posted here.
Instructions
Click the image of the product you like. If it's been designed with a monogram, name or message there'll usually be boxes where you can change them to say what you want.

Even if it hasn't got any, you can easily add the text you want by clicking the customize button you'll see. It's easy peasy ..and for most products you can change options for color / style / size to suit you with just a click!

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Shamrock history - mug

Do you need a unique design that's perfect for St. Patrick's Day? Click the picture to see bigger and to personalize...

who do you know that would like one of these? A special design by Horseshoes3,
another talented creative from the Zazzle community!


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According to legend, Eve carried a four leaf clover from the Garden of Eden. The word shamrock comes from the Irish word "seamrog" meaning "little clover". In Ireland, the shamrock is the white clover, Trifolium repens. White clover was held in high esteem by the Druids and early Celts of Wales as a sign of luck and a charm against evil spirits. Saint Patrick used the plant to represent the Holy Trinity (Father, Son, Holy Spirit, adding God's Grace for the 4-leaf clover). Traditionally, the four leaves symbolize Faith, Hope, Love and Luck. May you find the rare four-leaf clover and have love and luck shine on you ~ Grace
Sláinte - cap embroideredhat
Sláinte - cap by Horseshoes3
Create an embroidered cap using zazzle


»visit the Horseshoes3 store for more designs and products like this
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