Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Handwriting Necklace Made With Actual Handwriting Review #LaurenNicole

Best With A Maximum of 3 Words


Handwriting Necklace Made With Actual Handwriting

What a lovely gift idea. You can put your actual handwriting and/or a drawing on a custom necklace! Each of these “one of a kind” necklaces has a round sterling silver charm. Each charm is engraved with your special signature or sentiment. These make a really wonderful gift for your bridesmaids, best friends or for any distinctive occasion.

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Product Description

Handwriting stainless steel round pendant with your loved one's actual handwriting, on a stainless steel chain

*Charm Size = 7/8" in diameter

Handwriting Necklace Made With Actual HandwritingSENDING IN HANDWRITING: Handwriting must be black ink on a pure white background (no lines, color, or designs in the background). Please scan the handwriting, save it, and upload it using the link at the bottom of the page. If there are mulitple pieces of handwriting that you would like combined please scan them on one sheet of paper.

These are made with someone's actual handwriting. If the background has any color, marks, or designs on it, or the writing is blurry or hard to read then the quality of the engraving will not be as nice as the one in the photo. We cannot give refunds for poor engraving due to images that are sent in that do not meet the requirements. If you go over the maximum number of words allowed then the writing will be very tiny and may be hard to read.

Handwriting Necklace Made With Actual Handwriting

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