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7 Fun Ways to Preserve Tiny Prints

Feb 15 2013 - 6:42am

You're likely to leave the hospital with an ink imprint of your newborn's tiny feet, but what exactly are you supposed to do with it? If you're hoping to not only preserve, but also show off little foot or handprints, we've found seven ways to just do that. Whether it's creating one-of-a-kind jewelry for mom or dad, or a piece of custom art for your kiddo, check out these fun ways to capture tiny prints for posterity.

Green River Studio Cufflinks

Green River Studio's round silver cufflinks [1] ($191) feature an imprint of both baby's handprint and footprint — a truly special memento for a new dad!

Kathy K Designs Copper Necklace

A free-form copper heart showcases your baby's tiny footprint along with his or her name [2] ($65) and a flower accent.

Pitter Patter Print Woodland Prints

Pitter Patter Prints will turn your tot's footprints into a grouping of four one-of-a-kind woodland animal prints [3] ($60).

Mini Ink Finger Print Tree

Use the fingerprints of your baby and/or first visitors to create a customized tree print [4] ($27) that'll look great hanging in the nursery.

Baby Tags Fingerprint Necklaces

Quite possibly the coolest Mother's Day [5] gift we could think of, Baby Tags Jewelry will create a one-of-a-kind set of necklaces [6] ($185) featuring a mother and daughter's unique fingerprints. The abstract use of the print makes for a modern necklace that holds a secret meaning upon close examination.

Hand Print Lady Christmas Ornament

Your tot doesn't need to be a newborn to have his hand or footprint turned into a glazed ceramic ornament [7] ($25).

Niko + Lily Baby's First Art Print

Turn your new baby's unique first signature into a beautiful piece of art with Niko + Lily's First Art Print [8] ($15). It's offered in a rainbow of color options.

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