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I’m looking for best places to get babies hand/feet moulds done, were you happy with the results? Is it worth spending lots of money or should I do a at home kit?


Posted anonymously, 25th February 2014


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  • I used a stamping ink kit at home, no mess or ink goes on bub. You just wipe their hands or feet with the wipes and press on the paper. It turned out great!


  • I did mine at home. I preferred the personal touch and enjoyed making them up. If you can’t be bothered, there’s nothing wrong with paying someone else to do some fir you. Which ever you choose is fine


  • At home kits are fun and easy just make sure you check the expiry date! I found a local shop who made glass prints, I love my set, all you do is place babies hands or feet or both into like a tray of sand and they cast it from that! Very awesome.


  • Iv had my 3 kids hand and feet sculptures done with Impression Kids and Twinkle Toes, both great prices and well worth it


  • home kits :D


  • Home kits are a lot cheaper to do and are a lot of fun too!


  • I wish I got my 3 girls moulds done :-(


  • I think a home kit would be fun, we did some in clay, it was messy but we had a good time and made some memories while we were at it!


  • i hope you got it in the end. great memory keepsakes :P


  • there are some good comments here


  • its worth it my sister did one for my niece and it turned out perfect


  • i would get a home kit, would be nice to do it your self


  • Hands and feet in paint/ink on paper…. easily framed, easily put into a scrapbook, easily put away as a keepsake. I found using an ink pad worked better than the paint.


  • You can get some of the do it yourself home kits, Ive tried then and they were very unsucessful :(

    I only paid once for one of those professional ones like at baby shows… cost $160

    but its fantastic…. much better then what mess I made with one of those do it yourself kits


  • I would try the home ones first, you can buy the kits off ebay for a great price


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