Mother’s Day is one of the most celebrated events of the year, and it’s just around the corner. While gifts, in general, are part of it all, personalized Mother’s Day gifts can make the day even more special for moms of all ages and stages. String Light Covers offer the perfect way to let the love and memories with mom shine.
String lights have become very popular because they’re a simple, affordable way to enhance the lighting indoors or outdoors. They’re easy to hang and easy to move. Enhanced with String Light Covers, they take the lighting in backyards, family rooms, event spaces, etc. to a whole new level. SLCs bring families lighting that’s customized with family or other personal photos or general-themed images for Mother’s Day memories that last.
Sean Halpin, the Founder, brings decades of professional design experience to the company. His inspiration for developing String Light Covers came from taking in the views in an urban setting one evening and thinking that the lights he saw could use some personality. “While we offer String Light Covers for marketing and branding, too, my first thoughts were how great it would be to look up and see images of loved ones and special memories shining. So, that’s what I created!”
String Light Covers stand the test of time to become family keepsakes. Made of the same polycarbonate material that’s used for clear automotive headlight lenses, they are tough, durable, clear, UV resistant and dishwasher-safe. Families who choose customized SLCs give mothers the chance to enjoy looking up and seeing lights adorned with loved ones and sweet memories for years to come.
The process is simple. Favorite images and photos can be easily uploaded through the company’s user-friendly website. Each cover may display from one to four photos/images. The team at String Light Covers looks forward to helping families celebrate Mother’s Day and create memories that last.
Get in touch here: https://stringlightcovers.com/
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