Follow Friday: Family Tree Wall Art gift ideas for Christmas and other occasions

Having been contacted by Kimberley at Urban Twist, I promised I'd feature their novel gift ideas for the family historian. Kimberley writes....

When it comes to finding a gift for the genealogist on your list, it can sometimes prove to be a long and tricky task. Whether you're a spouse, sibling, parent or child and you're on the hunt for a special gift for that historian in your life, you've come to the right place!

A personalised family tree is a truly unique gift. These distinctive wall art pieces give the family historian a special opportunity to preserve and celebrate their family history giving that extra special touch that a subscription or gift certificate cannot. The range of products allows you to incorporate from 6 up to 17 names, a family name, plus up to two beloved pets.

These personalised family trees are ideal for Weddings, Anniversaries, Christmas, Christenings, significant Birthdays, and any other family milestone.

The pieces themselves are visually stunning, coming in a range of colours and finishes: Pine Effect (Light Wood), Limited Edition Aged Pine Effect (Dark Wood), Shimmering Gold, Shimmering Silver, Matt Black and Matt Royal Blue again adding a personal touch. The detailed tree designs and names are laser cut and framed giving a floating effect which really brings them to life!

View Urban Twist Family Tree Wall Art and
Personalised Mini Artwork gift ideas here

Family Tree Wall Art
Family Tree Wall Art by Urban Twist

Disclaimer: I have no connection with Urban Twist or their products.

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