Zazzle is one of those companies that the more I use, the more I adore; recently I got to try out some of their personalised range, which is so vast. This particular feature of Zazzle allows you to design anything from t-shirt’s to bathmats and bibs to blanket and add on your own photo, making a real limited edition piece for yourself or a family member.
First off I’m going to talk about the item featured in the header, I am sure many of you may be thinking it looks a little weird and I’ll agree, cut down it leaves you pondering what quite is going on with the image quality, well let me explain.
It’s a bathmat, now first and foremost I need to tackle that line down the middle – that is my own fault (or perhaps my parents), it arrived flat packed and in great condition, however I left it at my parents for a while – with Ash being ill I got a little behind with photographing things and they folded it in half for storage, which isn’t perhaps the best idea as you can see. I am hoping in time it will flatten out, but please don’t let that put you off.
The selection of bathmats on Zazzle is actually really big when you add in the pre designed ones however, I of course went with the create your own option which starts at £18.95 for a small mat (16″ x 24″) and goes up in price across the choice of medium and large. All the mats are made of a high density memory foam and I have to say are of a really good quality.
I’m not sure what I was expecting with this item, not much at all at a guess, but it really is a great bathmat, I’m actually reluctant to use it, stepping on Sally just doesn’t seem right at all. My Mum liked it so much she is even thinking of not only buying herself one, but using them as Christmas presents come December as well.
Next up I went with a purse, I was slightly sad that they didn’t have a large purse in stock at my time of buying however I was pleasantly surprised by the size of the medium and it probably, in fact, suits me a lot better. The inside includes lots of space such as areas to keep notes, cards and coins.
I totally adore this purse (I mean how couldn’t I with Sally’s face on the front of it). This particular choice of purse is made of faux leather, with the area of personalisation a type of cloth; what’s more if you can’t find a photo that quite fits the whole of the image area, there are a vast number of colour choices when it comes to the background.
As I said there are larger options for purses and of course there are also smaller as well, which include nylon and denim options – so there really is hopefully something for anyone. I am looking forward to seeing how this stands up in the long run to my incessant purse overfilling ways (please say it isn’t just me that hordes receipts).
Last but by no means least is a mug; now if you have been around the blog for a while you will know that 1) I have a mug addiction and 2) you may also realise you haven’t seen those dogs on the blog before. Well I actually gave the mug to a friend and those be her lovely dogs sitting pretty on it.
Made of a strong ceramic these mugs are dishwasher and microwave safe and can be finished off in a colour of your choice, they hold 325ml and are the perfect way to enjoy your hot drink on the cold nights that are coming. The mugs are so simple to personalise and if this particular type of mug doesn’t suit your needs there are a number of others to choose from.
From choosing these items, I found that Zazzle is an easy to navigate website and putting together all the products was really simple – the hardest thing is deciding on the items you want to buy. When it comes to quality all of the items have received from Zazzle both for this post and in the past have been great, they have stood up to use and I wouldn’t be embarrassed buying them for friends and family.
If you are looking for some personalised items for yourself or as a gift I really do suggest checking out Zazzle.
What do you think of my choice of items, have you tried Zazzle before?