• Perfect for Christmas, Pet Adoption, Pet Birthday, Pet Loss gifts
How does this work?
Recipient will receive further instructions to personalize gift and submit photo of pet paw/nose.
What if my recipient's pet has passed away and can’t take a photo of the paw/nose?
Sadly, our furry family members aren’t able to stay with us forever. If you have a clay imprint of your pet’s paw you can take a photo of the imprint. Be sure that you take the photo in a well-lit area.
You can submit a photo of your pet from the past, where you can clearly see the nose. If you are not sure if it will work, please send it to email@example.com and the artist will review it and get back to you.
Will the recipient need to use ink to take the pet’s print?
No, Flutterbye Prints recommends that you take a photo of your pet’s paw/nose rather than try to capture the print on paper. For tips and tricks please read “Taking Paw and Nose Print Photos” on the blog.
Does my recipient have to use the pet’s actual paw/nose?
You have the option to choose the stock nose prints shown in the sample photos (specify pet species; cat, dog, etc).
Will recipient have a chance to review the artwork?
Yes, you will receive a digital proof by email to review before production. You will work directly with the artist to create the perfect custom keepsake.
Can you describe the product in detail?
• Gift Certificate available to download or receive in the mail
Gallery Wrapped Canvas - Acid-free, fade-resistant coated canvas stretched around 1.5” thick wooden frame. Mounting brackets included.
Framed Print - Black alder lightweight wood frame from renewable forests, acrylite front protector (not glass); Removable backing; 24x36 size not available in some countries
When will my recipient receive their keepsake?
Certificate will be emailed or mailed within 1-2 business days.
Recipient will receive a digital proof by email 7-10 days after photos are received. Actual gift item will be received approximately one week after proof is approved.
What if my recipient doesn't like the keepsake?
Since they'll be working directly with the artist, they’ll have a chance to make changes and voice concerns before anything is produced.