Printable Memories, a company specializing in photo gifts, has announced that they have added photo personalized jewelry
to their inventory. Customers can now choose from rings, pendants, and charm bracelets, all of which feature one or more of their favorite photos.
The jewelry is all handcrafted by a local artisan and made with real sterling silver. Customer submit the photo of their choice to Printable Memories, and a professional Photo Artist will examine and adjust the photo as needed for clarity, quality, and make necessary adjustments such as color enhancement or cropping before resizing the photo to fit the jewelry setting.
The pendants come in a variety of styles and showcase the photo on the front. Styles are simple and elegant, come in both silver and gold finishes, and in shapes such as oval, square, round, barrel and rectangular. Rings are available with round and square photo settings, and the charm bracelets feature a photo on one or both sides of a charm. Additional charms are available to be purchased separately.
“Our custom photo jewelry
pieces are more meaningful than other traditional photo gifts – they’re really like family heirlooms,” says Brian Cash, Founder of Printable Memories. “The reason photo gifts are so popular is because they can tell a story. For instance, you can make a charm bracelet featuring photos from a special time in your life, documenting a relationship or a vacation. The flexibility of these photo gifts allow people to really get creative with the process.”
The staff at Printable Memories works closely with each customer to craft a one-of-a-kind gift that is made especially for the recipient and the occasion. “People come to us with a certain person on their mind – maybe they have a birthday or a wedding coming up, for instance,” says Cash, “And they bring in their photos and choose the images that fit. It’s fun for everyone involved and results in a gift that holds meaning. We’re excited to offer this new line of personalized photo jewelry so folks can give a gift that lasts a lifetime.”