A Product Refresh! Catch Up With The Printed Gift

By Gracie Gibbs

New to the Printed Gift? Let’s take a walk through our products and what we have to offer! Each of our products are printed and shipped directly out of our home-base, in Nashville, Tennessee. We are a small printing company, with a large outreach. Many of our orders come from all over the United States! We love getting to know our customers, and why they chose to preserve their memories with The Printed Gift. 

Our products can come in many shapes and sizes, and can have a variety of things printed on them! We offer handwritten family recipes, handwritten letters, photo collections, and kid’s artwork to be printed. 


One of our very first products that we offered was the Tea Towel. Ours come in Natural or White 100% cotton. You can machine wash these on cold, tumble low to get the most out of your tea towel. 


The Striped Towels are also a fan favorite. They come in four different colors. You can opt for the red stripe, blue stripe, multi-stripe, or maroon towel. 


Pillows have become widely popular this year for The Printed Gift (and rightfully so!). There are two different sizes to choose from, the 18x18 pillow, or the 10x18 pillow. Both come in natural or white fabric. These would be perfect if you'd like to have that special note or photo on display in your living room. 


The Classic Apron comes in handy when you’re whipping up your next masterpiece in the kitchen! We offer our apron in white only. 




Recently added to the shop is our Mug Collection. There are two types to choose from. You can go for a more vintage look with the Custom Enamel Mug, or a more classic modern style with the Custom Ceramic Mug. 

Customizations are also a new feature we have added to the shop. You can choose from a variety of frames and clip art add-ons to make your gift even more special! 

Whichever product you choose, we want to make sure that it comes out perfect. So, all that we ask is for you to follow these short and simple steps to ensure a high quality print. 

  • Make sure your recipe is flat, and not an angle when snapping your photos. 
  • Lighting is key. To avoid harsh shadows, make sure that you have sufficient lighting available. (Natural light is the best!)

For a more detailed guide, check out our previous blog post, “Preparing Your Recipe for Printing - A Step by Step Guide” or check out this Instagram Reel! We can’t wait to hear from you!