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How To Make A Perfect Christmas Family Gift

Apparently the December 2020 issue of Family Tree Magazine should be available for uploading and reading today. I already have a subscription to it via my local library, but today I’ll be particularly interested because this issue contains my first-ever advert in a magazine. And it includes a picture of what could be the perfect Christmas family gift…a personalised bauble:

LaserSister ad - Family Tree magazine - December 2020 issue

OK – I probably should have put one of my family tree artworks in the ad instead of the bauble design (what with it being the “Family Tree” magazine), but

  1. I wanted to be friendly and wish the magazine a merry Christmas, seeing as it’s their December issue, and
  2. My family trees are bigger and more expensive than the baubles, so maybe fewer people would be interested in them.
Personalised laser cut family tree design Doreen - LaserSister - KayVincent

So if you’re reading this post because you saw my ad in Family Tree Magazine, then welcome! Here is a picture of a Christmas tree ornament that could (literally) have your name on it:

Christmas tree bauble - johnson family - square with watermark - LaserSister - KayVincent

I’m currently in the process of moving from my old ‘PolymerKay’ Etsy shop to my new ‘LaserSister’ Etsy shop, but the personalised baubles should hopefully be available from both shops by the end of the day.

The shops contain a range of baubles; from pre-made letters to completely personalised messages.

…so in answer to the question of how to make a perfect Christmas gift for the family? Basically just visit one of the shops above, make an order including the family name, and I do the rest. Easy!


Do you have an idea for a personalised artwork that is a bit more ambitious? If so, please feel free to contact me, and I’ll be happy to discuss it with you.

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