Star Wreath Personalised Santa Sack
The name of any special bub in your life is highlighted by a star wreath on this luxurious canvas Santa Sack. Whether you’d like to see an entanglement of beautiful Christmas lights or a traditional meaning of a wreath, your little one will shine with Christmas glee when they see their very own Santa Sack presented with their name and special thought.
This large custom-made Santa Sack is white in colour with accents of linen fabric, inclusive a wonderful linen bow. Fully lined, curious minds will never see what’s inside until the time comes to open it. Measuring 50cm wide by 70cm high, Santa can leave all kinds of gifts in this traditional sack. Machine-washable so you don’t need to worry about excited hands and backyard play this Christmas, these can be a childhood treasure with the right care.
Accommodates for names up to 8 characters in length with font size changes to fit circle as needed.
- Machine wash at 30 C with like colours or handwash
- Do not bleach.
- Iron print low heat on reverse side with thin cloth on top
- Do not dry-clean.
- Tumble dry low
- Do not soak
- Fabric may fade from sun exposure. This is not considered to be a flaw.
$10.95 - Australia Post (Track and trace)
Allow 3-5 working days for major cities. Allow longer for regional areas.
$14.95 - Australia Post (Track and trace)
Allow 2-3 working days for major cities. Allow up to 2 extra days for regional areas.
Our personalised products are made to order, and since we know how fast babies grow (and how excited you are to give a gift or see your little one in a brand new personalised outfit) we strive to get your order to you as soon as possible. We have a standard 3 day turnaround on our products, plus postage time.
Our personalised range of products are made to order. As a result, we do not offer refunds for these products unless they are faulty. Each clothing item has a sizing guide, so please choose carefully.
If you have an issue with a product, please contact us with your order number and details about the issue