Last name tag art from Widdlytinks is rapidly gaining popularity

Last name tag art from Widdlytinks is rapidly gaining popularity

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Dallas, Texas –

Widdlytinks is a company that specializes in creating one-of-a-kind wall art, most of which can be personalized in some way. This includes adding a family name, founding year or city to an already well designed and decorative art print. One of the personalized offerings that is growing in popularity for the business is wall art prints that can have a last name added to them. Company spokeswoman Amy Anderson spoke about why adding a family name to a decorative art print has become so popular. She said: “You always say that the most beautiful sound for a person is their name. This includes a last name. There is just something special about a last name that identifies a family group, gives that group a source of pride, and lets people know they come from a special family tree. That is why we are so proud to be able to offer many wall art prints that are made that much more special with the addition of a family name.”

Anderson went on to give some examples of the last name wall prints they offer. This includes some items in their best sellers Country style wall signs. A collection that includes the more streamlined Farmhouse Style Last Name Established Sign, which can have an additional surname and date, and the more intense Vintage Farmhouse Personalized Bed & Breakfast Sign, which also includes surnames and established date adjustments. Other collections that include individual last names include the company’s Modern Industrial Wall Art Collection. Here they have their Sunday favorite vintage Industrial Football Club family sign, and the Rustic Family is Everything sign which not only includes a last name but the individual names of up to 4 family members can be added. She explained that all of her wall prints, whether customizable or not, come in a variety of sizes, including large format, are mounted on durable, non-yellowing, archival-style canvas,…



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