Personalised Dogs Leave Paw Prints On Your Heart Message Block
Made to order
Made in Britain
Can be personalised
This lovely Dogs Leave Paw Prints On Your Heart wooden block will make the perfect gift or accessory for your home. This beautiful chunky wooden photoblock is 7cm x 20cm x 2cm and is made from pine with your own photo reproduced on the front.
Upload the photo you wish to use. The text is in a hand stamped text style, on a shabby chic wooden pattern. The block is then finished off with a little hand tied twine bow.
Price includes postage and packaging.
Please allow up to 2 weeks for your order to be made and delivered.
Handmade in England.
|MAINLAND UK||ESTIMATED DELIVERY||PRICE|
|ROYAL MAIL OR COURIER||5-14 DAYS||£3.99|
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|HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS OF SCOTLAND, NORTHERN IRELAND AND OTHER UK ISLANDS||7-14 DAYS||£3.99|
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If you need to return or exchange an item please email us at [email protected] within 14 days of receiving your item stating your full name and contact details and your reason for return. You will then be issued with the correct returns address to send the goods back to. You must return the item within 28 days from delivery in brand new, unused, saleable condition and you are responsible for the cost and risk of return so please ensure you take out the correct postal insurance. In the case of an exchange of size, you will also have to pay the difference in cost if there is any. Returns/Exchanges are not accepted on any item which has been personalised, made to order and therefore bespoke or perishable. If the item arrives faulty or it is not what you ordered, you will either be sent the correct item as soon as possible or you will be issued a full refund. It is possible incorrect items will be collected by a courier arranged by us or our suppliers. Your refund will be issued within 30 days of returning the item. Have you read our returns policy?