Welcome to Personalised Gifts Ireland. Our aim is to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary, to make giving gifts more exciting and a truly personalised experience.
Having successfully served a fully personalised memorial products business for the past 12 years at our sister site Memorial Cards Cork, we were inspired to extend our unique personalisation products, not just for a lost loved one, but indeed for any occasion. We are committed to offering unique personalised and unusual gifts that cannot be purchased on the High Street.
Our aim is to further grow our products and offer a wide selection of gifts for all occasions to create that special WOW factor when giving a gift.
Some of our products have been inspired by customers’ ideas of what they think makes that special personalised gift, So why not join our quest to provide that special something you would like either as a gift or offer to a special loved one.
We look forward to serving you … Paul & the Team at Personalised Gifts Ireland
We use a Sublimation Printing process for our printed gifts.
What is Sublimation?
Sublimation, in simple terms, it’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric/substrate using ink and heat.
The Sublimation Printing Process.
So how does the sublimation process work?
Well, sublimation printing uses heat to essentially bring ink and material together as one. Be it a garment, wood, glass or stone
First, a design is printed on special paper.
The inks that are used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the material and permanently print onto the fabric.
The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a normal print.
The process is almost like a tattoo, but instead of for your skin, it’s for your chosen product.
The heat opens up the pores of the substrate, then with the applied pressure the ink cools and returns to a solid form.
The result is a permanent, full-colour image that won’t crack, peel or wash away from the substrate.
The process allows the ink to go from a solid to a gas without turning to liquid, a bit like dry ice. The conversion is initiated by heat and controlled by pressure.
We also offer engraved gifts. We engrave on marble, slate and wood. See out Engraved Gifts here.