Created in 1998 by grandfather graphic designers and artists Peter Burt and Greg Hall.
When Peter became a grandfather for the second time he decided to mark the event in a unique and very personal way and came up with the idea when he produced a couple of posters for his new grand daughter Alexandra and her older sister Samantha.
Drawing on the fondest memories of his own childhood, he created custom letters for each of the childrens' names, with an illustration and verse. It captured the innocence and magic of a child's imagination - the joy of simple things.
It also encaptured all the grownups who saw the colourful posters. Soon Peter was inundated with requests from parents and grandparents to create similar posters for their own children and grandchildren. So the product was born. During the following year more than 110 pictures and verses were created to form the alphabets you can now choose from.
From there Greg went about digitizing and systemizing the process so Sweet P NameFrames could be delivered online. Which is what you see here today. Since 1998 thousands have been produced and delivered to all corners of the globe.
Greg produces the posters and manages the website to this day.