Consumers are now able to personalise their wrapping paper thanks to online retailer Printster.

Printster’s new customisable wrapping paper allows you to choose your base design and the size of the paper, and then allows you to upload a photograph and message before giving you a preview of your design.

The designs and personal specifications are then digitally printed onto 90gsm premium matt paper.

Managing Director Ben Williamson said: “Customers are increasingly looking for something new and unique when it comes to gift giving.

“Our system, which allows you to create your own unique and personalised sheet or roll of wrapping paper, has already proved to be very popular.

“The feedback we're receiving from our customers is fantastic and really encouraging. Overall we have more than 5400 customer reviews for our products.”

There are many designs available for the wrapping paper that suit all occasions, including birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s and Father’s Days, and Valentine’s Day, and prices start from £3.99.

Printster also has the ability to print custom designs for businesses.

Established in 2007, Printster has become one of the UK’s most popular personalised gift retailers, and sells other items including mugs, t-shirts and engraved gifts.

Ben added: “We are proud to serve an array of sectors, and our wide product range extends to stag and hen parties, with a popular purchase being personalised face masks.

“Consumers are always looking for the next trend, and often want to add a personal touch to their gifts, so we have been able to cater for lots of people.

Notes to Editors:
• For Media comment and interviews contact Ben Williamson on 07738304228 or email

• For more information about Printster and the new range of wrapping paper, visit

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Printster, established in 2007, has become one of the UK's most popular retailer of personalised gifts.

Alongside popular items such as photo mugs, t-shirts and engraved gifts, Printster is also the UK's most popular supplier of personalised face masks, generally purchased to add some extra fun to stag and hen parties.