Did you know you could personalize your gifts from Texas Treats? It’s easy!
If you buy chips and salsa, you can make your own label that will be slapped onto the jar by the Texas Treats team so that the gift can be extra-special. Whether you have a special nickname in mind for a loved one or just want to make sure no one gets their grubby hands on your special salsa, these labels are made to your likin’. Also, it’s not just the chips and salsa that can be personalized. Other items such as our boot-stompin’ peanuts or any of the gift baskets offered can have a unique label/message along with it!
“Why would I want to personalize an item?” you might ask. Well, just think of all the occasions that could use the extra spice from a unique label. From weddings to birthdays to anniversaries to Christmas to random appreciation days to National Nurses Week to “back to school” wishes to Texas Independence Day to “darn it, I just love ya!” days, personalizing a label says something in words that just can’t be captured in words, ya know?
Also, it is not just labels that can be personalized. Messages can be included with gift baskets. While there is a twitter-like word count to prevent incoherent rambling, the opportunity to express a sentiment that pairs with the gift makes it a gift/letter combo! In an age of email and digitalization, a written note goes much further than it used to. Besides, with a possibility that the gift may be misunderstood by the receiver, one should go the extra mile to ensure clarity.
So when you are about to click “order” on one of these items, be sure to remember that it can be personalized with a special message for that special someone that will receive it. If the gift is able to be personalized, there will be a box on the order page with instructions to either create a label or a message to be attached to that item. This can be seen in the image to the left. Those orange boxes surrounding the label and messages boxes won’t appear on your screen, but within those orange boxes are the places for you to add your personalizing touch. To see the page this image is taken from, click here.
Finally, if any of this does not make sense or you have a question about doing some personalization feel free to contact the Texas Treats team here.