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state pairings by jhill design


Valentine’s Day is slowly creeping up on us and I love seeing all the creative ways that artists address the need for clever gifts. These personalized monogram prints from JHill Design are a great way to give your special someone (or another couple) a thoughtful gift. Each 8×10 print (available framed or unframed) comes with each of the couple’s home states (or favorite states if sports/schools are a preference) filled in with one of Jen’s 75 pattern designs. The states are combined with a custom line of text, a special date or the couple’s monogram. This would be such a great idea for the upcoming holiday, a housewarming gift, weddings or engagements. If you’re on the hunt for a gift idea, click here to check out JHill Design’s custom prints and order online. xo, grace


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12 Comments

Xylothek

Love this. Any creative ideas for how to do the monogram for couples with different last names? I don’t know the etiquette.

Jennifer

These are so pretty! I love how she mixes the print of the state with the lighter print in the background.

cyndi

Super cute!!! Loved this idea so much I immediately popped over to her site & bought one for my husband for Valentine’s Day!

Meredith Perdue

These are fantastic! I first discovered Jennifer’s work when you posted about her prints right before Valentine’s Day a couple of years ago. (I was too excited about our prints that I never even made it to Valentine’s Day!) The new pairings are a perfect idea- thank you so much for sharing!

Meghan

So cute!~ Just ordered ours for my hubs for Valentine’s Day and now have my “go to” wedding / anniversary gift

mandie @ moxiemandie

this is SO fun! I am so glad you shared this Grace! My hubby is from New Mexico & I’m from Michigan, so this is definitely something up our alley!

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