New Baby Announcement | Eviction Notice

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Please enter either your estimated due date or timeframe for baby's arrive (i.e. "next spring", "June 15, 2018" or "in 18 weeks").
Please select your choice for the wording regarding the gender/sex of the new baby.
If you have any notes about your order or special instructions, please enter that information here. You can also enter your deadline. Our team will review this info and we'll reach out to you if we have any questions.


Equal parts adorbs and heartbreaking (especially if your big brother or sister-to-be perfects their pouty-face for this pic!)... our personalized "Eviction Notice" sign is literally the perfect pregnancy announcement photo prop. We will customize your sign just for you with your estimated due date (or whatever time frame you'd like printed, for example: "in 16 weeks" or "by springtime"). We will also designate either "baby brother", "baby sister" or "new sibling" if you don't know the gender. Works best when you hang it on the little one's crib to let the world know that your child is about to becoming a big brother or sister. 

For your reference, the first image shows this sign made with Lavender ink and Aqua ribbon. The second example shows Greige ink and Sage ribbon. The third picture shows Dark Navy ink with Caribbean ribbon. The fourth pic shows Pink ink with Magenta ribbon. Colors vary from screen to screen.

Process

Once we receive your order, our small team of designers will review the details and begin production. All printing is done in-house on 80# linen texture cardstock, and the order then moves to sewing. We add a 100# core and the three sheets are then stitched together. See our spec image for further details.

•All paper is made in North America and sourced through sustainable forestry
•Ribbon is made in the USA
•Signs ship flat in custom box.

Our color cards are meticulously calibrated and regularly checked against standards. We do our best to show our product in action. Sometimes that requires photo manipulation. We aim to keep scale and color as accurate as possible.


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