In my Feature Friday posts, I like to share companies that I have come across whose products I love, as a way of helping out other small businesses in this tricky climate. In these very uncertain times businesses are finding new ways to continue what they love, and serve their clients, and one of those businesses is Small Prints Bath, with Kerrie Thompson at the helm, a lovely lady who I have got to know through the Bath business circuit.
Kerrie makes beautiful jewellery, keyrings and cufflink keepsakes and gifts featuring finger prints, drawings your kids have done, and a whole lot more! These beautiful items preserve precious memories for many years to come. All keepsakes (except for direct fingerprints) can be organised via text, email and post. So you can still get. your hands on her beautiful products for special birthdays or anniversaries. ❤️
If you’re after a special keepsake for yourself or for a gift, she can capture magnified fingerprints, handwriting, hand & footprints, initials, names and more into a beautiful, handmade sterling silver treasure. And don’t miss out on her May special offer which I just noticed myself! I may have to think about a purchase myself! I have a necklace with my small people’s hand prints on, made by the equally talented ladies at Very Berry Charms, which I treasure, but there are so many possibilities for wonderful keepsakes!!
I love items like these, which provide a way of preserving memories to treasure forever, a bit like photographs. And these products are sooo beautiful!
I caught up with Kerrie to ask her a little about her business:
Kerrie Thompson from Smallprint Bath Soms &Wilts
When did you start your business and why?
2015, took redundancy to start something new
How do you think of all your lovely ideas?
Each piece is unique and chosen by my customers
What are your favourite products to make?
Memory Treasures and footprints
What are your top tips for surviving Lockdown?
Make the most of everyday, no matter what it has in store!
What has been your best achievement lately?
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your keepsake idea do get in touch with Kerrie:
(Images provided by Kerrie)