Handwriting, Horizontal Bar, Memorial, Moms/Stepmoms & Grandmas, Personalized, Sweetheart

Handwriting Necklace


These handwriting transfer pieces are so special. Your loved one’s handwriting is transferred onto a piece to treasure for years to come. To order a handwriting piece, you need to:

  • Find a piece of writing that you would like to transfer. Please find or create a piece from a plain piece of paper (not lined). If you are having someone write a note to transfer, please use plain white copy paper and a dark pen or marker for the most contrast. If you are using something from a loved one who is no longer with you, a greeting card that you may have saved works great! If something that you have does have lines in the background, please be aware that the lines will transfer with the writing, as well.
  • Take pictures of the writing. Please take close-up pictures of the writing. If it is more than one word you would like transferred, please take a close-up picture of each. Another option, if you have access to a scanner, is to scan in the writing and send me a jpg image of the writing.
  • Attach the pictures for me to transfer. If I am having any problems with the quality of pictures for the transfer, I will contact you and we can work together to get better-quality pictures.

Please note: If I can not get your writing sample to transfer well, you will get a full refund.


If you would like to personalize the back side of this piece, please write what you would like in the space provided. If what you choose will not fit on the pendant, I will be in touch with you. Please be aware of the size of the piece you are personalizing with your request. Thank you!

Choose what you would like the included card to say. If you want something different, include it in the Additional Customizations section below.

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Do you have additional customization requests? Submit them here. Please note: Not all requests are possible, and some may result in additional charges. We will contact you before creating your piece to discuss these details.