This Christmas personalised cushions are proving very popular presents
In the modern world where everyone has everything finding, an unusual present can be a real challenge. People want something relatively cheap, practical yet different and personalised cushions fit the bill. They are not expensive, are very practical and are certainly different. This year thousands will be sold as Christmas presents.
Some firms sell mass produced cushions, but market them as bespoke cushions. For example, selling a range of cushions with first names emblazoned across them. However, in reality these are no more personalised than a mug with the name David on it that are available in any souvenir shop. Drop in to see a friend and you could see the exact same cup or name cushion in their home.
Properly personalised cushions allow you to have any design printed onto a fabric cushion cover. The best firms can take a photo or other digital file, print it, and do so quickly. Many of the firms that sell these cushions have websites and can accept orders and photos via e-mail. They print and despatch cushions quickly, so they make a good last minute present.
Personalised cushions are suitable for anyone
They also make great presents for people of all age groups. Kids would love a cushion for their bed emblazoned with a photo of their favourite pet or perhaps their family. Grandparents are suckers for anything with the grandchildren on it including cushions.
However, personalised cushions can also be very sophisticated. More and more people are having them printed up to finish their home decor. Some people scan a section of their wallpaper, save it as a digital file and send it off to be printed onto cushions. This means that their sofa cushions exactly match the rest of the decor in their room.
Always Personal was one of the first companies to offer personalised cushions via the web. Every year they sell more of them and are continually expanding their range. This year they are offering consumers ‘keep calm and carry on’ cushions that can be edited to include the name of the person the cushion is being given to long with the phrase have a cup of tea.