Immortalise your baby prints forever

Are you looking for a really special gift for family or friends that have been an amazing support to you through your babies first days / weeks / months?

Would you like to create a keepsake for yourself that could last forever?

Looking for a unique gift for your partner?

Or just want to unbox the christmas tree decorations every year and say “oh look! – can you remember when he/she was THAT tiny!!”

Come and join us at our baby fair on 18th October in Warwick and visit Diana Fallowes at her Crazy Kiln stall.  She will be taking baby hand/footprints and creating beautiful christmas plates and baubles that will last for years to come (as long as you pack them carefully!)

If you would prefer something for your partner then Diana has a new range of leather keyrings that any dad would be proud to own.  And if you fancy a very special treat then why not speak to her about her silver jewellery range.  Last night Diana and I both attended the Mothercare expectant evening event in Coventry – and the interest in her product was amazing!!  I think she will have a lot of people visiting her with their tiny babies as they arrive.

Most parents have their babies prints cast onto silver, but a couple of years ago I had my own hand printed.  Why?  Well because my son was suffering from anxiety whenever he had to leave me, and so I had the print made onto a silver keyring and gave it to him as a special present.  He put it onto his trouser loop and hid it from all of the other boys that may have laughed at his sentimentality – but he knew it was there all day where he could touch it.  For him it was enough to have a little piece of mummy with him wherever he went – it made life easier for him – and therefore happier for me 🙂  Nowadays the print sits mostly in a box, but comes out just occasionally if he is a little concerned about a trip away or just an important day.

For us it has proved to be worth it’s weight in gold – but as silver is stronger and able to hold the design forever – I was happy to pay the silver price instead 🙂

If you are thinking of coming along on the 18th please do visit Diana early in the session as this is always a very popular activity and so she will be drawing up a waiting list from the start of the show.  

 

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