Fit for a Prince - The Clay Studio Adds 3D Hand and Feet Prints to First Impressions Range

28 October 2013

Creating a lasting memento of a child’s early years is absolutely priceless. The Clay Studio in Christchurch has now added a new option to its range of unique First Impression baby souvenirs. 3D prints are plaster castings of the baby’s whole hand and/or feet that are framed. A photograph of the baby can also be included.

Our First Impressions ideas are always very popular in the run-up to Christmas with the 3D prints offering a different look to the current clay imprints and plaster outprints. First Impressions baby mementos are also available as silver jewellery or painted items that you can complete yourself for that extra personal touch. There is plenty of time to complete these for Christmas presents for the family although the clay imprints, plaster outprints or 3D prints need to be completed by the end of November so that they are finished are ready for collection by Christmas.

Mary Payne, Managing Director of The Clay Studio, noted the growing demand for baby mementos:

“We are always being asked for different and innovative ways or marking a baby’s early years. We are very pleased to be able to offer a range of options to suit different requirements, timescales and budgets. We expect the 3D prints to become as popular as the other First Impressions ideas.”

The Clay Studio is also a licensed café offering a range of snacks and drinks including superb Verde coffee, local beers and cider, paninis, sandwiches and more, all made fresh to order.

The Clay Studio is a contemporary pottery painting studio. We have a wide range of blank pottery pieces for painting which are fired and usually ready for collection within four days. The Clay Studio is ideal for parties such as hen parties, birthday parties or just the opportunity to get together and relax with friends and family. The Clay Studio is a café with a varied menu that is locally sourced wherever possible.


For further information please contact Martin Payne

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