A Personalised Future - New custom products at Inkabilly

by Lee Franklin February 03, 2016

We have just rolled out our first customisable product ... and we are very pleased to say that it is the first of many! Our new compact mirror range which launched last week includes a personalised tattoo design - our sacred heart scroll can carry any name or word of your choosing .... earn extra brownie points with you loved one, or be inventive and say something cheeky ... it's totally up to you!

With our new sublimation set-up, we are now printing alot of our products to order and so the potential for customisable products is fabulously huge!

We've got so many designs sitting in our sketchbooks (and heads!) at the moment, we're feeling a bit dizzy ... and so many new product ideas too - you'll have to bear with us while we try and get them all out to you. 

Tattoo sacred heart sketch and final product

Hang out with us on social media to get the first heads up on new designs and products ... we're on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.





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