Saturday, November 16, 2013

Flatten Me review

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid in anyway to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

Flatten Me review


This holiday season if you are looking for that one of kind gift look no further...  Flattenme.com has been making award-winning magical personalized products for 6 years.  They have books, shirts, water bottles and so much more.
They have 2 types of books.  One with just a name and ones with name and photo.  

These personalized books make great custom keepsake gift for a new baby or to remind your child how much they are loved.
They put our kids right into the book!  Not only is the gift Unique, but its one of kind :).

A few months ago I was able to review a Flatten Me book with Quinn.  Brandon Jr had a lot of fun playing with Quinn and looking at the fun photos, but I could tell he was really bummed he didn't 
have his own personalized book. So I'm sure you knew I was so happy when I found out Flatten Me wanted me to review with them again! 
 This time I was able to review: 
Multicolor Kid Illustrated by Jennifer Hess, creator of flattenme's Sillybug and the ABC & 123 book. This book doesn't have personalized photos, but it does work your little ones name into the story with lots of fun photos and so many colors.
My little guy is in kindergarten so the fact it helped him really learn his colors was a huge plus.

As with all the Flatten Me products the story was heartwarming and the book quality is super high!

My little guy had a huge smile on his face and was so proud to have a book that focused on him.  It reminded him of just how special he was and how much he is loved.

Right now Flatten Me is having a giveaway 
a holiday Cheer Giveaway http://ow.ly/qiTDn

If you wish to learn more about Flatten Me and their great products please see my links below:

6 comments:

  1. i love books for kids that are fun and educational too.

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  2. Although my daughter may be a little too old for this book, she would still enjoy seeing her name in print as part of the story. Besides, we both still enjoy the books by Mo Willems(Elephant/Piggy & Penguin series). They are also young for her but so much fun.

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  3. They do have amazing books and I have to say that they're really great quality too. Nothing like seeing your name in a book made specially for you.

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  4. my daughter would love this book. I love how it helped him learn his colors. She is currently learning her colors this book would probably help a lot.

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  5. My son is a bit too young to be excited by having his name in a book, but I will have to remember these when he is older.

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