Definition Poster Generator
Create a personalized poster that with your own personalized definition of a word.
Print it, frame it, and you've got a heartfelt gift that someone will love.
You can customize...
- The color
- The word: 'Boyfriend', 'Beau', etc
- The recipient's name in the 'see also' section at the bottom
- As much or little of the definition text as you like
Here's an example of a definition you could create for your boyfriend...
Or for your wife:
Or use the poster to define what love means to you both:
Make My Definition Poster Now
Not sure what to write? Click here for example wordings.
Questions and Answers
What could I use as the subheading for 'Mommy', 'Mother', 'Mum', or 'Mummy'?
Mommy: /mom-ee/ noun.
Mother: /muh-ther/ noun.
Mum: /muhm/ noun.
Mummy: /mum-ee/ noun.
Mom: /MOOOOMMMM!/ noun.
Mom: /mawm/ noun.
What could I use as the subheading for 'Dad', 'Daddy', 'Papa'?
Dad: /dad/ noun.
Dad: /DAAAAADDD!/ noun.
Daddy: /da-dee/ noun.
Papa: /pah-pah/ noun.
I have no idea what to write in my poster. Can you help?
Sure - check out my poster examples for inspiration.
How do I print and frame my poster so that it looks as nice as in your photos?
It's actually pretty easy. See my specific printing and framing tips.
Is my printer good enough?
Almost certainly. The trick is to use good quality paper. See my printing tips.
What if I buy it but then it looks bad when I print it?
I'll give you 100% of your money back immediately, no questions asked. Just email me.
Can I print a different size other than the ones you offer?
Sure! Take your downloaded file to a print shop and they'll be able to print it in whatever size you ask them to.
What if I give this gift to someone but they don't like it?
I'll give you 100% of your money back immediately, no questions asked. Just email me. Seriously.
What's your guarantee or returns policy?
Our "love it" guarantee: If the recipient doesn't LOVE their poster, email me and I'll refund every penny immediately, no questions asked, no matter how long it was since you purchased.
Magician who can turn my frown into a laugh
Life of the party
My loyal, sweet, goofy, best friend
Protector who holds my hand in the scary bits of a movie
Person who entered my life by accident and suddenly means the world to me
Partner in crime
Woman responsible for the care and feeding of an adult male
Philosophical sounding board
Wonderful mother to Ava and Noah
Random squeezy hugs
Dancing in the kitchen
Cuddling on the couch
Philosophical discussions at midnight
Sharing the last slice of pizza
Just a word until you came along and gave it meaning
Printing Your Poster
Is my printer good enough?
Most home inkjet printers these days are excellent quality, even the cheaper ones. The key to getting really good quality prints is to use the right paper...
What kind of paper should I use?
I recommend using matte photo paper. The vibrancy of the colors and crispness of text you get when using photo paper are leagues ahead of what you get using regular office paper. Ideally you should use the same brand of photo paper as your printer, or else stick to a well-known brand like Canon, HP, or Epson.
If you're giving an unframed print as a gift, then it's important for the paper to feel thick and high quality. It's worth getting the best quality matte paper that you can afford, like "Canon Luster Photo Paper" or "Canon Semi Gloss ".
If you're giving a framed print as a gift, then the thickness of the paper is less important so long as the colors are vibrant. In that case a thinner photo paper like "Canon Matte Photo Paper" would be a good option - that's the paper I personally use most of the time.
Can I just print it at Kinkos instead?
Yes! That's a good option too, and many of our customer choose to do this.
Framing Your Poster
What type of frame
Personally I like "matted" frames, which are are ones that have a white border around the poster. I think they look great, and they also make your gift feel bigger and more substantial. If you ever visit an high-end photography gallery you'll notice that this is the type of frame that they use, simply because they look fantastic.
Where to buy a frame
In the UK, the best place I've found to get frames is Hobbycraft. You can get a 30 x 40 cm frame (to hold an A4 poster) for about £10.
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