Give a personalised gift this Christmas from Sassy Cub
Date published: 18 November 2023
A range of personalised products from Sassy Cub
Give the perfect present this Christmas, with fun personalised clothing and gifts from family-run online retailer, Sassy Cub.
Sassy Cub’s newly-released Christmas gift range features an array of delightful options, from matching family pyjamas to an assortment of mugs, drinkware, Christmas Eve boxes, and an enchanting selection of box fillers and decorative tree baubles.
With many items, you have the option to ‘live preview’ your chosen product. Whether you select a print from an extensive design catalogue or upload your own image and/or text, unleash your creativity and customise your product to exactly how you would like it.
You can even pre-order your personalised goods and save on postage by picking up directly from a Sassy Cub stall at one of several Christmas events:
- Saturday 18 November – Ashton lantern parade and Christmas light switch on
- Saturday 25 November – Delph Christmas lights switch on
- Sunday 26 November – Lees Christmas markets at Milan Bar
- Saturday 2 December – Saddleworth Santa Dash
Sassy Cub uses only the best materials and production methods to ensure that all products are durable and long-lasting. All products are printed, pressed, and packaged in-house with a guarantee that each is made to the highest quality standards, with children’s sleepwear manufactured to BS EN 14878:2007 fire safety standards. Sizes run from newborn to 5XL.
Whether you’re searching for a heart-warming present for a new addition to the family or seeking a special treat for yourself or a loved one, Sassy Cub has just what you need.
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