Design Slippers with Faces on
For a fun gift which'll get everyone talking, why not design a pair of personalised slippers with faces on? It could be your own face, your cat's face, or the faces of your entire circle of friends. Thanks to our handy 'pattern repeat' tool in the design interface, you can easily cover your slippers with your face all over.
Create His & Hers Slippers
Whether they're for a newly married couple or just a couple who're celebrating several years of marriage, a twin pair of His and Hers slippers are always a great gift. With personalised slippers, you can not only assign a pair for 'him' and her', but you could also add their initials, names, and even their photo on their own custom slippers. If you want something even more original, then try printing a photo collage of the pair together. You could create a different montage for each pair, or keep them matching for a cute custom lounge look.
Your Dog Printed on Slippers
If you have a pooch who is always by your side, or even one who spends all his time zooming around, then design a pair of slippers printed with photos of your dog. They do say that dogs are a man's best friend, so create a pair of dog print slippers for a man in your life to put a smile on his face every time he slips into them.
A Classic Dad Gift Re-imagined
Slippers are one of the most common presents to gift dads and grandads. Instead of buying a pair of boring slippers in drab colours, spoil him with a truly unique pair. Use funny family photos, brilliant snaps of all his kids, or just design a pair with bright coloured trim and a loving message to show him how much you love him. If you have younger children, then why not get them to write a special message or drawing and upload these to print onto their daddy's slippers? Whatever his age, your dad will be so impressed with his new personalised photo slippers, he'll never want to be without them!
Handy tips: Your slippers are printed all over with your custom design. You can print two identical slippers or give your left and right feet an identity of their own! Bear in mind that only half of the insole will be visible so make sure all the important features or text won’t get swallowed up by the upper sole. The slipper gets narrower towards the toe area, so if you’re printing a name on slippers, keep it towards the top where it’s wider.