CharmingShoppe

Personalized gifts & accessories with a touch of magic

Anaheim, California · 928 Sales

CharmingShoppe

Personalized gifts & accessories with a touch of magic

Anaheim, California 928 Sales On Etsy since 2016

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Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix

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When this is how you pop the question, how can the answer be anything but “YES!!!!”
Are you a Cole? Do you know a Cole? Does Cole have a birthday coming up in the next year? If so, we have their hat! This was a typo hat, and needs a loving home. Free to the first to claim it! Includes 1st Class mail to continental US.

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We're in the midst of another baby boom, with orders for baby announcement Ears coming in daily. Here's one adorable set, heading to a proud couple and their not-only-for-long child. Congratulations!
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About

Not every story begins with a mouse.... Ours began with a clown.

It all began in 1996 when my pal Chris purchased a pair of Mickey Mouse cufflinks during a trip to Disneyland, then promptly lost them.

Knowing that I was a Disneyland regular, Chris asked if I could pick up another pair and mail them to him. I did, but it didn't stop there. As more people learned that I was often at Disneyland, they started asking me to find and ship things to them too.

20 years later, we're still at it. We grew from a spare bedroom business to a 5,400-square-foot retail store, and then downsized back home again as our family grew. Now we're back to our roots with an assortment of mouse essentials, and a plan to expand as time and space allow.

Everything is embroidered my home studio, using the same commercial embroidery machines used at the Disney theme parks. This is a one-woman show, so everything from design and sewing and from packing and shipping is done by me. I love special requests, so drop me a note and lets come up with something amazing just for you.

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  • Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix

    She Who Does Everything

    Disney-obsessed foster and adoptive mom. Fun fact: I can't sew, and have only mastered our commercial embroidery machines by convincing myself that they are just printers that use thread.

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Last updated on Dec 13, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

We specialize in custom and personalized orders. Use the examples provided as a starting point, and let us create something completely original for you.

Why don't you accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations?

Since orders are personalized for you, we can not accept returns or exchanges, and can not cancel an order once it has been created. However, if there is any problem with the item, please contact us and we will make every effort to resolve the issue.

Are other colors of embroidery thread available?

Absolutely! Our preferred supplies offers over 300 colors of embroidery thread, including neon colors and even multi-color twists. When we look to other suppliers, we can access over 1,000 colors, including glow-in-the-dark thread.

We know it's overwhelming to have to choose from 1,000 colors, especially when shopping online, which is why our listings show just our most popular colors. However, if you're looking for a specific color, please let us know and we'll do our best to match it. We can also match many PMS colors for corporate logos and coordinating promotional item packages.

Are other embroidery fonts available?

In a word: yes! We have an in-house library of over 300 embroidery fonts and over 100 monogram designs.

As with thread colors, we know it's overwhelming to have too many font choices. Our listings show just our most popular fonts and designs.

If you're looking for a specific font, please let us know and we'll let you know if we have it, or do our best to find it. We can also embroider using most TrueType fonts, and can digitize your own design or corporate logos for embroidery.

What are the rules for monograms? In what order do my initials go?

Monograms are personal, and even etiquette professionals disagree about "the rules." Here are some guidelines:

The traditional arrangement for a three-letter monogram is First, Last, Middle, with the last name being in the center and/or largest. Mary Jane Smith = MSJ. Alan Karl Jones = aJk

For one-letter monograms, the tradition is to use the first name initial for women, last name initial for men. For matching gifts for couples, use either first names or last initial.

There are situations where it's appropriate to break from tradition. People with multiple middle names, hyphenated last names, or who prefer a two-letter initial all present unique designs. Please feel free to Convo us for assistance in creating your perfect monogram.