Seeing your name in print might be common place for adults, amongst all the mail, bills, and name placards on your desk or at the office. But to a child, personalized items are new, exciting, and make an everyday item an extra special thing. The American Stationery Company is proud to offer several personalized gift items for children!
A child’s bedroom is their haven. It can be a castle or a fort one minute, and a peaceful place to lay a sleepy head the next. Let them proudly place their name in their room with a decorative sign, personalized pillow case, or door hanger.
The Ballerina sign (no longer available) features two sets of pretty pink ballerina shoes, a light pink pin stripe back ground and your tot’s name as the center of attention for this design. It is the perfect choice for your tiny dancer.
For your beautiful princess, select the Princess sign (no longer available) design. The customized name is set on a pretty pink crown, bookended by a stately horse drawn carriage. Whether she’s the belle of the ball or playfully dreams of being a little princess, this sign will let everyone know that this regal room is hers.
For the sports nut, consider the Sports room sign (no longer available). Soccer, tennis, golf, basketball, baseball, and football equipment adorn this handsome sign. This is a great choice for that active little one in your life!
Maybe your child’s room is always a work zone. Whether he or she loves cars and construction or tends to keep things slightly messy like a work area, this Construction sign (no longer available) is a great look. This sign features bright yellow caution tape, orange cones, dump trucks, men with hard hats, and road work, setting the tone for your little builder’s name above a road sign marking their room.
Each sign is made of pressed wood with a glossy finish. They are built to last and come ready to hang with included hardware. These signs make great gifts for kids and allow them to decorate their room and put their own personalized touch on it with, what else, but their name!
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