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JUNE 3, 2008

Fingerprints are new fashion accessory
Sarah Tipper from Backwell uses precious metal clay to make a print.

Author: Unknown


Hand News from: Blackwell, UK

NEW parents can now splash out on keepsakes which incorporate an impression of their baby's fingerprints.

Sarah Tipper from Backwell uses precious metal clay to make a print. The clay is then put in a kiln to turn it silver and the print is then used to make a range of items including cufflinks, pendants, bracelets, charms, keyrings and Christmas decorations.

Sarah, aged 35, has been making the beautifull handcrafted Smallprint jewellery since she bought a franchise in the company two years ago.

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She said: "I've got two children and I had one of their fingerprints done. I knew it was something I wanted to do and the jewellery is very popular." Sarah sells in shops across the south west including Puxton Park and she also sells from her home in Downside.

Anyone interested in finding out more about the jewellery can call Sarah on 01275 474935 or visit www.smallp.co.uk

Source: Thewestonmercury.co.uk







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