What should you consider when buying miniaturised cast jewellery?

What should you consider when buying miniaturised cast jewellery?

Miniaturised Life Cast Jewellery

Imagine being able to wear YOUR child’s casts, miniaturised into a luxurious piece of jewellery? These gorgeous little treasures might be small in size, but their impact is anything but. These will be certain to leave a lasting impression!

How Are These Even Possible?

Well, they are not as readily available as many other keepsake charms. They are a more elite product and they are a bigger financial investment too. You will firstly need a lifecaster and also a jeweller who knows how to create these.

How do you choose a maker?

I started to make ‘Tiny Treasures’ almost two years ago. They are the single most expensive item I am yet to create, and with good reason. These need lifecasting skills, technological investment and training and jewellery making skills.

The first examples I saw of these little miracles had me fascinated…as always, my mission at Impressive Memories is to create a beautiful product with a price that reflects that.

The first examples of this style of jewellery were (understandably) extremely expensive. The new mums heading home from Londons Portland Hospital were wearing them…why shouldn’t every new mum be able to?

Why am I more affordable than the small number of other makers of miniaturised charm jewellery?

My pricing is based not on what others charge, but on how much these miniaturised charms cost me to create. I know my method is different to the other makers because I developed it myself.

Before investing in these beautiful future heirlooms I would expect you to research other makers and compare them. I have chosen 2 companies, and myself, and answered 10 points that I think are important decision factors to choose the right maker for you. These are my personal views and all information is provided in good faith to be accurate. Before making any purchase I would advise speaking directly to each company.

Artu

Artu creates individual, contemporary and artistic portrait sculptures and bespoke heirloom jewellery.

artu 1

Photo credit: Artu

Impressive Memories

3D lifecasting, Bespoke Jewellery & Ceramics

miniaturised hand and foot charm

Wrightson & Platt

Capture precious moments with the world’s finest life-cast sculptors of babies’ hands and feet

W&P 1

Photo credit: Wrightson & Platt

  1. How much do they Cost?
  2. What Payment Options are Offered?
  3. Choice of precious metals?
  4. Is the life casting Included?
  5. Making Duplicates
  6. Hallmarking
  7. How Long to Create?
  8. Are casts returned completed?
  9. Presentation & Aftercare
  10. How established is the company?

ARTU

How much do they Cost?

Single charm in Sterling Silver £370, Pair £654.

What Payment Options are Offered?

Website does not state

Choice of precious metals?

Silver, Gold & Bronze

Is the life casting Included?

Website doesn’t say

Making DuplicatesYes.

£185

Hallmarking Included?

Yes

How Long to Create?

Website doesn’t say

Are casts returned completed?

Website doesn’t say

Presentation & Aftercare?

Website doesn’t say

How established is the company?

Established 2012

IMPRESSIVE MEMORIES

 How much do they Cost?

Single charm in Sterling Silver £297, Pair £539.

What Payment Options are Offered?

Up to four split monthly payments to spread the cost and let you capture the moment. 

Impressive Memories online shop is protected by a secure https address and online purchases are made through Paypal, offering you their full protection. If you visit in person you can choose to pay by cash or I also accept most major credit & debit cards.

Choice of precious metals?

Sterling Silver

Is the life casting Included?

Yes, and an option to make further savings to frame the casts

Making Duplicates

Yes £243

Hallmarking Included?

The charms do not need to be hallmarked but can be.

How Long to Create?

Approx 4-6 weeks from casts being taken

Are casts returned completed?

Discount offered to complete and frame the casts

Presentation & Aftercare?

Personalised Luxury Packaging & Lifetime of cleaning

How established is the company?

Business Established in 2011, casting since 2003.

WRIGHTSON & PLATT 

How much do they Cost?

Pair of charms in Sterling Silver £1950.

What Payment Options are Offered?

Website does not state.

Choice of precious metals?

Sterling Silver, Rose/White/Yellow Gold

Is the life casting Included?

Website doesn’t say

Making Duplicates

Website doesn’t say

Hallmarking Included?

Yes

How Long to Create?

3-5 Months

Are casts returned completed?

Website doesn’t say

Presentation & Aftercare?

Website doesn’t say

How established is the company?

Business Established in 1999

Working in partnership

At Impressive Memories I invite reputable, experienced life casters to work in partnership, on a recommendation basis. If you are interested in joining my partnership please get in touch. Drop me a message and we can have a chat.

I do not make wholesale items or sell through a third party. I can cover most locations in the UK should you want to have casts taken by a recommended partner, then have your charm made by me.

 

If, in the unlikely event, you developed an issue with your miniaturised charm…I know every stage the charm went through to create, and it is my skills that bring the product to my customer. I do not rely on a third party. If an issue arose with an item ‘bought’ through a wholesale option, who would rectify any queries or issues? It would be worth checking any terms and conditions regarding this before you invest.

Further Information

I do not make Impressive Memories charms for anybody else to sell. If I make miniaturised charms by collaborating with a life caster elsewhere, you are still purchasing your miniaturised charm from Impressive Memories.

My work is handmade, by me. My method to make the charms is a method developed by me. I use some very high tech procedures, but I make my charms by hand. This means I cannot offer the same level of discount on duplicates because there is very little difference in making a duplicate to making an original.

If the more standard method of lost wax casting is used, then duplicating a charm is a much easier process – I do wonder then why the reduction in production costs isn’t significantly reduced for the customers?

I accept this may make my jewellery more expensive if buying multiples but my feelings are that each piece I make is never identical to another. I do not duplicate. My charms are all different, each and every one – just as your child is – 100% unique, so is your Impressive miniaturised charm.

I also offer miniaturised dog paw charms. If you’d like to replicate YOUR dogs paw into a charm, I can do this for you.

I accept these charms are more expensive than most that I make (fingerprint & miniprint charms), and babies are not cheap commodities! This is why I offer the split payments option. This means you capture the moment and then split the cost of your charm, safe in the knowledge the memory is impressively captured. I am not aware of other companies offering this, but cannot be certain.

Would you like to know more?

YES!! Tell me more about Tiny Treasures from Impressive Memories

I’ve lots more to tell you about ‘Tiny Treasures’! If you want to have a chat about them just get in touch. I’m happy to answer any questions you might have…If you know that you NEED these in your life RIGHT NOW…then go for it!!  Be Impressively bold and show the world how Impressed you are with YOUR

If you know that you NEED these in your life RIGHT NOW…then go for it!!  Be Impressively bold and show the world how Impressed you are with YOUR child’s beautiful miniaturised hand & foot charms.

If you want to have a chat about them just get in touch. I’m happy to answer any questions you might have…

Rosy Golden Moments: Fingerprint Jewellery

Rosy Golden Moments: Fingerprint Jewellery
ROSY GOLD FIngerprint jewellery

NEW Rosy Golden Moments

First, there was pure silver, then there was sterling silver. I was asked for gold and along came Golden Moments…so what was I asked for next?

“Can you make Rose Gold fingerprint jewellery?”

Yes! I can now make you Rosy Golden Moments!

Fingerprint and miniprint jewellery in a pretty rosy golden finish.

What do you think? Are you a fan of rose gold? I love it. From iPhones, trainers, makeup, jewellery and not forgetting wine…I am a bit of a fan of rose gold…so I was pretty excited to start trying to make rose gold fingerprint and miniprint jewellery.

rose gold

All that glitters is not necessarily gold.

If you read my blog on my Golden Moments you’ll know that I now do a full range of jewellery in a beautiful golden finish without the high costs of hallmarked gold. Perfect if you’d rather spend £50 than £500. You can read about them here and find a small selection in my online shop.

Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery in Rose Gold finish

I am delighted to say that Rosy Golden Moments will now be available at Impressive Memories too.

Just like my popular Golden Moments range, these are made from a gorgeous new metal at a fraction of the cost of gold, but all the beauty and shine.

Impressive Customer Story…

December 2016, a customer who has been to me many times, rang me. We’ve captured her three children’s little hands and feet in jewellery and ceramics over the years, but this time the call wasn’t about them.

She was facing losing a very precious friend and fellow young mum. We chatted through a few different options and made a plan.

December is a busy month for all of us, and workwise for me, I am usually exhausted but when she called again to say time was limited and she was flying down to share New Year with her friend, we knew it was time to take the fingerprints.

It was the eve of Hogmanay. We arranged to collect a fingerprint kit that she would take on her flight to spend time with a brave, courageous and much-loved friend. I talked her through all she needed to do, and the best way to do it. And off she went…

In February it had been on my mind that I hadn’t asked how the print taking had gone – I dropped her a quick message. She was back down south for what would be a final visit.

This courageous mum’s battle ended on the 17th of February. Having defeated cancer once, her second chance at life – that everyone had hoped for – was not to be. A young mum with everything to live for had had it cruelly taken away.

Just two hours after her passing, I got a message to tell me. And yes, my eyes filled with tears reading her message. I hadn’t met this brave lady, but I’d been allowed to be part of capturing a memory for two very impressive friends. I also don’t think there is a mum amongst us that wouldn’t ache, imagining the horror of coming to terms with the inevitable fate she was dealt.

At Impressive Memories, I deal with lots of emotional situations. Celebrations and happy events, but also some very harrowing ones too. There is something very touching when a person feels able to share difficult times with you too.

So here we are now in April and I’d like to share the beautiful memories we’ve made.

Lisa liked the way my logo had two interlocked fingerprints and asked for their charm to be made this way too. Best friends, their prints side by side – a pinky promise x

The reverse is hand engraved.

Hayley wore her children’s charms on her necklace, (I made both her son’s charms) but she decided on a birthday treat and a new Pandora style of bracelet. Alongside her new charm, it made a beautiful new piece of jewellery.

As I was making this for Hayley I was also experimenting with my new Rosy Gold and decided to try and make an extra gift. I had no idea if it would be successful, but if it was, I would then need to ask Hayley if she wouldn’t mind being ‘An Impressive Tester’!! This involves being gifted a new trial piece to wear and see if it stands up to the rigours of life – I won’t sell anything unless I know it will bring happiness – not heartache.

Each side of this heart bead has a fingerprint of each of these best friends. Beads have a central core through them to allow them to spin around the bracelet. The hint of pink amongst the silver bracelet looked so pretty.

When Hayley came to collect her order she was happy to test run her new, surprise addition too. Thank you, Hayley!!

I’ll let you know when Rosy Golden Moments will be available to buy. In the meantime, if you’d like to start planning YOUR Impressive Memories jewellery you might find this eBook helpful.

Thinking about ordering Jewellery from Impressive Memories?

Now you’ve learned all that interesting background stuff – it’s time for the fun! What jewellery will YOU choose to have made? Lots more answers here to help you decide which design is best for you.

Can my baby make fingerprint jewellery? How long will it take? Will it fit my Pandora bracelet? Can it be Gold?

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Baby Handprint & Footprint Imprint Kits: Are they a good idea?

Baby Handprint & Footprint Imprint Kits: Are they a good idea?

Are DIY baby impression kits a good idea or a waste of money?

Becoming a New Parent

When you have a new baby, every day is an adventure. Of course, you want to capture every moment and treasure it, and so you should.  They don’t stay little for long and every day they are growing…what keepsakes should you be capturing?

Creating Baby Keepsakes & Mementos

As well as taking eleventy billion photos (a day) you might also try your hand at some arty crafty stuff! Who wouldn’t want an adorable card made with a little painted hand or footprint? This can get a little bit messy, but it’s good fun and the results don’t need to be perfect. Homemade means it was made for you, at home. Low budget – High sentimental value.

And then you see a kit in B&M Stores…it looks quite cool…you can make an imprint of those tiny hands and feet (that are growing up way too quickly) and you have a beautiful keepsake to treasure forever!
Or do you?
BM STORES KIT

“I just created an entire human being…how hard can it be to make an imprint of their hands n feet? And it’s only £4.99…Bargain!”

Introducing Isaac…

Impressive son of Genna & Derry…

baby hand and foot imprint kit

Impressive Isaac

They wanted to capture little Isaac’s hands and feet and they bought two of these kits – but things didn’t quite go to plan! Here’s what they told me…

  • What were you hoping for?

A framed imprint of Isaac’s hands and feet.

  • How much did it cost?

Each kit was £4.99 – we bought two.

  • Were the instructions clear?

They were VERY brief, just bullet points and really simple.

  • Was it easy to use?

We followed the instructions. We measured the cold water and mixed up a really runny and watery mixture and poured it into the container provided. Then we had to try and get Isaac in it!

  • Did it work?

NO!!! It was a disaster.

  • What went wrong?

The mixture was really cold and runny…trying to put a young baby into it was impossible! The dish was useless too. It just made a sticky mess!

  • What did baby Isaac make of it all?

He hated the cold and seemed a bit confused! Probably wondered why his parents found it all so funny!

  • Was there enough mixture to have another go?

No! Only enough for one go – that was it. We didn’t want to attempt it again anyway!

  • What did you do next?

We started to look on Google. We knew someone in Edinburgh who did baby casts but they weren’t doing them now so we searched online to see if there was anywhere locally that did this professionally. That’s when we found Impressive Memories.

What is the difference between an imprint and a lifecast?

I think it’s important to understand the difference.

What is an Imprint?

This is a 2D, a fairly flat impression of the baby had or foot pressed into something. The definition varies as does the finish. You should end up with a sort of ’tile’ with the detail of the baby either pressed into a clay, or you can then make a secondary version of this where the detailed part is raised and above the tile. Something like this…

Imprints and outprints can be made in stone plaster or ceramic. Again, this depends on whether you’re making them at home or having them done professionally. With good instructions and materials, these are achievable at home. I am going to produce a ‘How To’ guide soon to let you make these, successfully, at home.

What is a 3D Lifecast?

A 3D life cast is a high definition, exact replica of all of baby’s hands & feet. Fully three-dimensional. Much more difficult to create and in my opinion not something to be done at home. Expect to pay a higher price for this than a 2D imprint.

You've decided to find a professional...

Having attempted a 2D Imprint with no success, Genna and Derry visited my Impressive Memories website. They decided they wanted 3D lifecasts of their son Isaac. They looked online and chose from the luxury range of frames. They knew they wanted a luxury oak, single aperture frame with a cast of Isaac’s hand and foot finished in antique silver.  Instead of wasting £10, they invested £120. It may have been more expensive, but the end result proved to be an investment, not a disaster.

Here are their Impressive Memories of Isaac, at 7 months old…

Having Professional Baby Lifecasts Taken

Isaac was wide awake throughout his casts being taken but he was totally at ease and relaxed throughout, and so were mum and dad. In less than an hour the family had been and gone. No mess. No fuss. Not cold and no disasters.

Today, almost 5 weeks later, Genna and Derry came back to collect their completed order and were delighted with the results. The level of detail and the beautiful relaxed little fingers, not to mention Isaac’s characteristic little squished toes.

I asked Genna if she had any advice to give to a new mum thinking about buying the B&M kit – she said

“Don’t do it – don’t waste the money, invest in a professional”.

I completely agree!

Coming Soon!!

A really easy guide for you to make 2D impressions at home SUCCESSFULLY!

2D impressions are so easy to do and with my help, you can make beautiful memories at home. Disaster free! 

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This handy little eBook is stuffed full of all the answers that new parents ask me about life casting their babies and children.

Is my baby suitable? How do I book? Is it safe? How does it work? How Much will it Cost?

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Buying the Best Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery: What Questions Should I ask?

Buying the Best Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery: What Questions Should I ask?

Buying the Best Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery:

What questions should I ask?

Not all fingerprint and miniprint jewellery is the same!

Are you thinking about investing in handmade fingerprint or mini print jewellery? Do you know what it is it that you are buying? Or do you feel a bit confused? You know you want to create a beautiful piece of unique jewellery and capture a memory, but you’re not sure of the right questions to ask?

Have you spent hours searching online? Searching websites, Etsy stores, Not On The Highstreet, Ebay sellers, Facebook pages…Why do they all look virtually the same…but they all have different prices?. How do you know what you are buying and which one is right for you?

Thinking about buying Keepsake Jewellery?

I’d like to share 5 tips that I think make a big difference and influence what you are buying. At Impressive Memories, my aim is to create high-quality products and make it easy for you to understand exactly what you are buying.

Price is usually an important factor – but why does it vary so much? Why are some charms £25 on Ebay and others are hundreds of pounds from a small business, but they look the same? Are you saving money or being ripped off? Have you ever wondered if it’s genuinely made with YOUR fingerprint and how can I tell? Can I order online or do I need to visit in person? Can it be engraved? Is it ‘real’ silver or silver plated? How long will it take to make?

Here are the 5 factors that I think are very important, and you should know about, before ordering keepsake jewellery.
  1. What will my keepsake jewellery be made from?
  2. The Firing Process – how important is this?
  3. Processes followed and why this matters
  4. How much should I pay?
  5. Longevity and Problems that can arise

#1. What is keepsake jewellery made from?

Fingerprint, Mini print & keepsake jewellery was predominantly made from pure silver, and more recently it became available in sterling silver. (Pure silver  (.999) is a relatively soft metal, bumps or scratches can happen. Sterling silver (.925) has copper added to strengthen it. Did you know – People who think they are allergic to silver – it is usually the copper that causes the allergy).

It starts in the form of a clay known as metal clay (sometimes precious clay or silver clay).  It is tiny particles of metal mixed with an organic binder and water that feel a little bit like clay. When dried and fired correctly the binder burns off and the metal particles form the solid metal.  

All Fingerprint & Miniprint jewellery at Impressive Memories is now made from Sterling Silver.

Decision 1 – What do you want your jewellery made from? Is the seller clearly telling you what you are buying?

#2. The Firing Process – and why this is SO important.

Once you make an item in silver clay, it has to be fired to become metal.  

There are three methods to do this –

1. Kiln fired

This is the professional method. A kiln is not just a hot oven it is a carefully controlled environment that guarantees your piece correctly sinters (becomes metal). Different silver clays need different and specific temperatures to fire correctly. Only a kiln can do this properly. I fire most of mine for approx 2 hours at around 800 degrees celsius. Kilns are an investment (approx £600-£800 for a small jewellery kiln) – has your seller invested in one?  I have two Paragon kilns – one is specifically for my jewellery, the other is much larger for ceramics and clay.

2. Torch fired

Some silver clays can be torch fired (Sterling silver cannot). Using a blow torch will burn off the organic matter and will turn the clay into metal (hopefully) BUT you have no control over the temperature, no idea whether the sintering has taken place correctly and it may ‘look’ like it has worked, but beneath the surface it might still be clay and binder with an outer coating of silver – this will not have the strength or longevity of kiln fired silver.

3. On the Gas Hob in the kitchen!

Yes, you can use your gas cooker!! The temperature reached on your gas hob is anybody’s guess and it certainly can’t create a controlled environment of 800 degrees for 2 hours…If keepsake jewellery is being offered cheaper, this may be why. It will be hard to tell by just looking. A reputable maker should be able to answer this question if you ask.

All Fingerprint & Miniprint jewellery at Impressive Memories are kiln fired.

Decision 2 – How do you want your jewellery to be fired?

#3. Processes – Do they matter?

Ok, so you know which silver metal you want your jewellery made from (softer pure silver or stronger sterling silver), and you’ve decided how you’d like it to be fired (kiln, torch or hob fired). This will have dictated part of your costs. The two processes that follow will determine the security and longevity of your investment.

1.Polishing

When your jewellery is fired it doesn’t instantly turn shiny and ready to wear – it needs polished. This can be done by hand with lots of very fine sandpapers until it has a mirror finish. This method takes time and effort and will achieve a good finish, but it won’t be adding strength to your jewellery. To do this your maker might have invested in a polishing tumbler. This machine will not only polish your piece but also surface harden it too. That means making it a little bit stronger and less likely to be scratched or damaged. This process again needs investment in the machinery and also adds to the completion time…BUT makes your piece last longer. I also invested in another polishing machine to finish my pieces to be highly polished.

2. Soldering

Your charm will need a little jump ring added to it. This ‘ring’ is how you would attach your charm to a necklace or bracelet. If the jump ring is an open link it is weak. Your precious charm could catch or fall off quite easily. Soldering the link makes it much stronger and safer.

Learning to solder is a skill in itself. More investment and again adds to the time needed to create your piece. The process requires various stages not to mention hot acids and flames – I LOVE soldering! I solder all my work. (A soldered link also assures you that it is a genuine precious metal, not a cost cutting base metal).

All Fingerprint & Miniprint jewellery at Impressive Memories is fully soldered and tumble polished.

Decision number 3 – Do you want your precious charm to be as soldered and polished?

#4. How much should it cost?

Hopefully, points #1,#2 & #3 have shown that the price you pay depends on the process and time your jewellery has gone through to be made. As well as this the weight of silver used can vary greatly. Do you want a lightweight piece or a chunkier charm? (Jewellery under 7.78g doesn’t legally require hallmarking).

Another cost factor is how your imprints are being taken. Did you receive a kit? Are the prints reusable in the future? Who is storing the original prints? Does your finished piece need posted to you and is this included? Will it arrive beautifully gift wrapped?

When you buy a handmade piece of jewellery from a small business you are not just buying the item. You are supporting a business – costs, marketing, advertising, insurance, industry standards, skill, experience, future investment…not to mention profit!

Fingerprint & Miniprint jewellery at Impressive Memories starts at £44.50.  You can buy online or visit me in person, I store your prints for 12 months (usually longer) and you can keep the original prints if you wish. I offer an all inclusive postage service and an express delivery too, also if you need a kit in a hurry – this is not a problem. All jewellery is gift wrapped.

Decision 4 – What level of service are you willing to pay for?

 

#5. Longevity and Problems that can arise

1. Longevity

Keepsake jewellery is usually made to mark an important event or memory. It isn’t a piece of costume jewellery to wear and discard. A piece made on a gas hob is less likely to last long term than a tumble polished, kiln-fired piece. That unsoldered bargain might fall off and never be seen again – still think it was worth saving a few pounds?

2. Problems that can arise

  • If your piece hasn’t sintered properly it might break or snap.
  • If your jewellery is made from pure silver, it might be more prone to scratches
  • Bracelets get a lot of wear and tear, necklaces not so much. Sterling silver might be better in the long run.
  • All silver tarnishes – don’t be alarmed if you open a charm that’s been stored for a while and it has gone black! A silver cleaning cloth will remove the oxidation and it won’t damage or harm your jewellery.
  • Take care with chemicals – if you get bleach on your charm it won’t like it!!
  • Other than that, you should be able to wear your jewellery all day, every day. Keep your jewellery shiny by polishing it regularly with a silver polishing cloth, or dipping it in a cleaner made specifically for silver.

If you bought your jewellery from me I’m more than happy to give it a new lease of life and polish it up for you – just ask! If you’ve scratched or damaged your piece don’t suffer in silence! Give me a shout and if I can help, I will!

Decision 5 – Now you’re an expert! The best decision – What do you fancy having made???

 

Summary

Phew! Well done if you got this far! You are now an expert in fingerprint and miniprint jewellery production!  I hope this article will help you make the right choices to make an impressive memory worth holding onto. Top Tips to get Impressive results?

Remember these simple questions –

  • What will my charm be made from?
  • How was it fired?
  • How was it polished?
  • Is it soldered?

More FAQ's

Thinking about ordering Jewellery from Impressive Memories?

Now you’ve learned all that interesting background stuff – it’s time for the fun! What jewellery will YOU choose to have made? Lots more answers here to help you decide which design is best for you.

Can my baby make fingerprint jewellery? How long will it take? Will it fit my Pandora bracelet? Can it be Gold?

Pop your email address in the box then head to your inbox…confirm that you got the email and before you know it – another email will zoom to you with your eBook!

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Interested in Impressive Memories Jewellery?

Would you like to know more about having jewellery made by me at Impressive Memories? You can order NOW by heading to my ONLINE SHOP or you can MAKE A BOOKING and pop along for a visit and we can design your jewellery – you can have a coffee while you’re here too if you like. You’re welcome to get in touch, have a chat, message me here.

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Hope you have an Impressive Day!

Jen x

Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery FAQs

Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery FAQs

Fingerprint & Miniprint Jewellery FAQ's

Would you love to create handmade jewellery with fingerprints, handprints or footprints? Maybe even paw prints! 

Become an expert and learn everything you need to know, to make the best decisions FOR YOU!

So you're thinking about ordering handmade jewellery?

Having handmade jewellery designed and made for you is very exciting. Making the right decisions before we start, means you will be even happier with the results.

Grab a coffee, sit down…relax…and browse this handy little eBook.  

Oh if only it was that easy…wishful thinking I know!

Grab the old cold mug of coffee you made three hours ago, hide from the children and frantically try and fill out the form before one of them finds you.  Then 6 hours later when you still haven’t sat down…check your emails…there’s gonna be a little ebook of ideas waiting for you. Answering all the questions you’ve been wondering.

Look forward to hearing from you soon – hang in there – you’re doing an Impressive job.

Jen x