NetFlorist launches new personalised products

NetFlorist is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Officially Licensed Character Product range!

Thanks to their collaboration with Mattel and Nickelodeon, starting from December 2019, NetFlorist consumers will be able to purchase South Africa’s most popular toy brand personalised gifts such as Barbie, Dora the Explorer, Hello Kitty, Hot Wheels, Mr. Men and Little Miss, Paw Patrol, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and SpongeBob. The personalised gift range includes water bottles, lunchboxes, T-shirts, notebooks, backpacks, mouse pads and more!

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Through the years, NetFlorist has proven to be a pioneer in the e-commerce and occasions gifting space. The online floral and gifts delivery site has always had a knack for curating innovative ranges that attract eager customers and it has, in the last 20 years of operation, expanded its offering with a clear understanding of its market by analysing global trends in conjunction with valuable consumer feedback.

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Personalised designs

These exclusive personalised designs are only available from NetFlorist.

“NetFlorist makes personalisation easy, through its incredibly popular range of personalised gifts. We are anticipating great growth, but also lots of happy aunts and uncles that may have forgotten special birthdays, and of course, we are anticipating even happier kids,” Thalissa Pillay.

This product range is perfect for children whose favourite cartoon characters are included in the new product line. Also for parents who love wearing matching outfits with their kids. Or just those still fond of the cartoon characters they grew up watching. The personalised products are also ideal for adults who are enthusiastic toy brand item collectors and cartoon lovers.

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netflorist

Consumer product trends have revealed the growing demand for personalisation. This personalisation is on a product and user experience level.  This inspired collaboration not only adds to NetFlorist’s competitive advantage, but will also bring so much joy to NetFlorist consumers.

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spongebob

The officially licensed cartoon character range is available on NetFlorist now, so check it out!

About NetFlorist:

NetFlorist is South Africa’s leading online florist and flower delivery site. NetFlorist brings you flowers, hampers and gifts beyond your wildest dreams. Send flowers anywhere in South Africa from our domestic offices all over. Delivering flowers on time with NetFlorist is never a problem. Their international reach stretches as far as UK, Australia, USA and the rest of the globe. Their selection of flowers is unmatched, so you don’t need to take time off work to visit florists. It’s the ease of flower delivery and sending flowers straight to their doorstep.

If you get our order in before 12 noon, floral arrangements and flowers will be delivered sameday . Gift deliveries vary depending on area which range from Pretoria and London, all the way through to the windy cities of Cape Town and Sydney. Even more pleasurable is the fact that if you do live in Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg, Manchester or Melbourne you can now have the very best in floral arrangements and gifts, and reap the same rewards as you would if you resided in one of the larger spots in South Africa, the UK and Australia. You have most certainly come to the right place, and can buy flowers and gifts online anytime.

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We at Tums 2 Tots LOVE the selection of products. Delivery is VERY quick so no stress of looking for gifts on Christmas eve, put your order in now! Also, read more about gifts that we love here.

 

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