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Personalised First Holy Communion Church Design Mug

BG-5641
 
£10.99
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Our personalised First Holy Communion church design mug is a great way to commemorate this very important day in a Catholic child’s life. Whether being used to serve drinks on an everyday basis or as a display item, we think this tastefully designed mug fits the bill perfectly. The front of the mug has a church and dove design and the words 'My First Holy Communion' whilst a discreet dove and Eucharist design is shown on the reverse.

The mug can be personalised on the front with the child's full name and date of occasion (e.g. Sunday 23rd April 2017) with a short 'Love From' message on the reverse which can be up to 80 characters including spaces.

Please check your personalisation carefully before sending for processing as how it appears here will be how it appears on the product, including spacing, capitalisation and punctuation.

Features
  • Personalised First Holy Communion church design mug.

  • Made from ceramic.

  • Beautiful church and dove design.

  • The words 'My First Holy Communion' appear on the front of the mug.

  • Personalise the front with the child's name and date of the occasion.

  • Personalise the reverse of the mug with your own special message up to 80 characters including spaces.

  • Presented in a plain postal box.

  • Approx. size: 9cm (height).

  • Standard UK keyboard letters and numbers only, no special characters.

  • Hand washing is recommended.

  • Manufacturer's code: PTGM329.

A beautiful and practical way to celebrate a First Holy Communion.
 


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