Finn was given a couple of personalised prints when he was born, they make a great addition to his room. Here is my pick of some of the best out there, great ideas for new baby, first birthday or christening gifts...
We were given this colourful, customised Finlay print, it's by the graphic artist Emily Forgot. We love the more unusual characters she uses to illustrate the letters and the quality is excellent. If you've got quite a neutral room this is just the thing to add a splash of colour and interest. We get so many compliments on it and I can highly recommend this, please check her website out!
Prices range from £45 for 30x40cm, £65 for 40x50cm and £100 for 50x70cm. She also offers individual letter prints and single alphabet cards are coming soon too. We like the idea of stringing the individual letters up to spell out the child's name.
How great is this - you can get this illustrated birth poster that has been adapted to the child's actual size when born (scale 1:1). The child's name, height, weight, date of birth and time of birth are printed at the bottom of the poster. 50x70cm. Typical Scandi coolness the posters are printed in Stockholm and ship worldwide. 75 euros (includes the shipping fee)
This playful A4 peeping bear print is so cute from cute brand Buddy and Bear. It's a steal at £18, pop it in an Ikea frame and it's ready to go. They also have boats and rain clouds, take your pick...
These are also really cute for a more retro feel. 40x30cm £25. They have a wide variety of animals to pick from ranging from Elephants to Unicorns.
These wooden letters are a great way of writing a child's name or fun phrase on the wall. This famous typography is by renowned Danish architect Arne Jacobsen and each letter is 12cm high. Could look great above a child's desk or cot. £3.50 per letter from mega website The Kid Who. We can spend hours finding cool stuff for kids on here.