Mother’s Day DIY Flower Plaque

$9.99

Capture the essence of you child’s creativity with our DIY Mother’s Day Flower Plaque. Each plaque is personalised with your child’s name and accompanied by a cute poem that captures the whimsical joy of childhood.

Details:

150mm x 130mm approximately.

3mm pine plywood laser cut and engraved.

Holes and string for hanging included.

Paint fingerprints with any good quality water based poster paint. This product is not intended to be a toy. Adult supervision required.

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1 review for Mother's Day DIY Flower Plaque

  1. Kerryn

    Very happy and the boys loved it. A quick easy project personalized with their name.

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Returns and refunds

Please consider carefully before purchasing an item and ensure correct spelling for any personalisation fields. We don’t accept refunds and returns for change of mind once an order has been placed. However, if you are dissatisfied with your product due to fault or if an item arrives broken or damaged during transit, return it for recycling and we will replace it.

By processing your order, you acknowledge and accept that due to the nature of timber, each piece is unique and variations in etching results could vary from pictures shown. This also includes grain variations, timber colouring, knots and other inconsistencies that may be present but are not considered a fault.

Production & Shipping

Please allow 5-10 business days for orders to be custom-made and shipped to you. If you have a rush order, please contact us before processing your order to ensure we can complete it on time for you. We are a small family-run business and have another family commitments so your patience is appreciated.

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.