October 10, 2022 2 min read
Well it seems that time of year is upon us once again, the mince pies have reappeared in the shops, the nights are drawing in, and there are murmurs amongst the kids about things they "want for Christmas".
Personally I would settle for a few days peace on the sofa in front of the fire as my ideal Christmas gift, but should you be looking for something that little bit more special, then you are in the right place! Choose from beautiful gold and silver jewellery made using your child's own handprint or footprint, your loved one's unique fingerprint, memorial ashes or your pets paw print. Or capture a favourite photo in a gorgeous hand made locket. We have photo keyrings galore, personalised Christmas Decorations and lots of ways to capture those cute first drawings. Plus plenty of unique gift ideas for that most difficult person to buy for - Dad.
If you find us during December then it is possible that there will not be enough time for us to make and deliver your jewellery before we close for the Christmas holidays on the 18th of December. You can find our estimate making times on the Delivery tab of each product - remembering to include our two week Christmas closure when calculating your estimate delivery date.
Why not consider giving the print kit as a gift on Christmas day, with the promise of a unique piece of jewellery to follow in the New Year.
The kit will contain all the usual print materials, plus a colour printed gift certificate with an image of the product ordered.
You can then simply pop the box under the tree, ready for Christmas Day, then enjoy taking prints together over the Christmas Holidays, or even on Christmas Day itself.
Then simply return your prints to us in the New Year for your jewellery to be made.
If you would like to do this then simply add a print kit to your order as usual, then add a note to the studio when checking out asking for the kit to be gift wrapped. The best bit is there is no extra charge for this service - what's not to love.
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