Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant
Custom Heart Locket Pendant

Custom Heart Locket Pendant

This beautiful Kin & Pebble heart locket pendant can be personalized with a fingerprint, hand print, foot print, paw print/nose print etched into the metal surface. May hold two small photos inside. 

Contact Us for Pricing. 

Available in 925 Sterling Silver, 14K Solid Yellow Gold, 14K Solid White Gold and Platinum. Please indicate your choice of metal and pendant options in the product inquiry page.

Pendant Measurements: 

Approx. 1"H x 3/4"W (including bail)

Pendant Options:

(Photo 1) : Fingerprint

(Photo 2) : Hand print/ Hand print with Text

(Photo 3) : Foot print/ Foot print with Text

(Photo 4) : Paw print/ Paw print with Text

(Photo 5) : Nose print/ Nose print with Text 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Chain sold separately. Contact us to inquire. 

Font Choice(s) : Script or Block

Back Options: You may personalize the back with another text for additional cost.

 

How do I Collect Fingerprints? You may use our digital fingerprint scanner (contact us for appointment) . Or you may simply use any ink pad and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Begin by studying the thumb of the person whose print is being taken. Select the area of the finger (any print will work, it doesn't have to be only a thumbprint) that is the most interesting. It is generally the area on the pad of the thumb where the ridges swirl. This is the area you will want to ink. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. When you are satisfied with the look of the practice prints, place five good prints along the bottom of plain white paper or a white card. If you need to scan your print- lay print flat against scanner glass (you may need to apply gentle pressure to scanner lid) scan at 600 dpi and save in JPG format. Please review your prints, if fingerprints look blurry at 100% on screen, you will probably need to adjust your settings. 

How do I Collect Handprint? Use any ink pad and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. Take a high resolution digital photo of the best print. For best results make sure the print fills frame without cutting any part out, have good lighting and sharp focus. If it looks blurry, take another photo.

How do I Collect Footprint? Use any ink pad and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. Take a high resolution digital photo of the best print. Fill the frame without cutting off any of the print. Use good lighting and sharp focus for best results. If the print looks blurry, rephotograph.

How do I Collect prints? Taking a high resolution digital photo is the easiest way to capture your pet's paw or nose prints and there is no mess! For best results use high resolution setting (300 dpi or higher, if unsure use the highest resolution setting), photo must be in focus with sharp detail with good exposure (see above paw photo for example). Take several photos and send us the best ones. (Resolution recommendation- 300 dpi or higher or around 2000px x 1500px or higher. If unsure, use the highest resolution setting. JPG format works best). 

If using ink prints, we recommend using "baby/child-safe" or "non-toxic" ink pads and plain white paper. Black ink works best. Begin by studying the pawprint of the animal whose print is being taken. Select the area of the paw that is the most interesting. It is generally the area on the center of the paw. This is the area you will want to ink. Practice taking prints on any blank white sheet of paper. Lightly touch the inked surface twice and then press downward on the paper. Use more of a tapping motion than a rolling one. When you are satisfied with the look of the practice prints, place five good prints along the bottom of plain white paper or a white card. We will select the clearest portion of the best print for casting. To scan your print- lay print flat against scanner glass (you may need to apply gentle pressure to scanner lid). Scan at 600 dpi and save in JPG format. Review your prints. If prints look blurry at 100% on screen, you will probably need to adjust your settings. 

If you have any questions please email us at info@suttonsmithworks.com or call 204-942-5236