PET PRINT JEWELRY & EQUESTRIAN ACCESSORIES

They have a special place in our hearts…and our jewelry

How Pet Paw & Nose Print Jewelry Works

Our furry family members are so important! That’s why it’s so special to be able to keep their paws (or noses) close to our hearts always with paw print or nose print jewelry made by Dimples. We’ve made jewelry from all types of animal prints, from guinea pig paws to dog noses and horses hooves. We can help you forever capture your best pal’s too!

At Dimples, we work from images to create your beautiful jewelry. You don’t need to have the paw/nose print images
made and on hand when you place your order. Simply email them to us anytime after you order. Rember, the quality of the
paw/nose print jewelry depends on the quality of the images you provide us with.

We can work from images of:

  • The actual paw or nose (or hoof)
  • Ink paw prints or ink nose prints
  • Clay paw casts
  •  jpeg, jpg, png, pdf files

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Here is how to capture the best images of a paw for your jewelry.
Materials: pet’s paw, scissors, camera (smartphone)

Procedure:

  • First, trim the fur or hair away from in between your pet’s paw pads, so the hair/fur does not obstruct the view of
    the individual paw pads

  • Hold the paw steady (this may be a 2 person job) and have the camera ready

  • Align camera lens parallel to the paw, so that the paw can be photographed straight on. This is VERY important because images of paws on strange angles will impact the appearance and quality of the finished jewelry

  • Make sure there are no fingers, shadows, or clothing obstructing the clear view of the paw pads

  • Hold the camera as close as possible to the paw, but not so close that the autofocus stops working

  • Allow the lens to focus for a moment, then take a few pictures

  • Email images with order information to [email protected]

Here is how to capture the best ink paw/nose prints for your jewelry.
Materials: pet’s paw, scissors, ink pad or strips, plain white paper, clipboard, camera (smartphone), wet cloth for clean up

  • First, trim the fur or hair away from in between your pet’s paw pads, so the hair/fur does not obstruct the view of the individual paw pads
  • Secure a plain white sheet of paper into a clipboard and have ready nearby along with the ink pad/strip

  • Hold the paw steady (or snout if you are doing a nose print) and wipe ink onto it from several different directions to ensure each paw pad is well covered
  • Using the clipboard, swiftly press the paw evenly onto the plain white paper before the ink begins to dry. Take a moment to press individual toes down to ensure each paw pad print is captured
  • Repeat if necessary, otherwise wipe paw clean

  • Using your smartphone, take in-focus, close up pictures of the ink prints

  • Using your smartphone, take in-focus, close up pictures of the ink prints

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Testimonial

“When I was little I gave my mom a picture frame that said “Dream it; Become it.” My mom has always believed in me and that frame meant a lot to both of us. Now I wear my mom’s fingerprint on my Dimples Stock Tie pin along with the quote from that frame as a reminder of the wonderful support I have in all the dreams I pursue.” ~ Jessica Phoenix, Canadian Olympic Equestrian

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