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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
25 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING FEATURE YOU'RE looking at some unusual jewellery items that are bound to make an impression. The jewellery is created by Holgate woman Sarah Doohan, of Smallprint, from a product called precious metal clay (PMC). The PMC, which looks and feels a bit like putty or Blu Tack, is infused with silver particles and is used to make an impression of a loved one's finger-, foot- or handprint. The imprinted PMC is then heated in a kiln and, remarkably, the firing process burns off the clay but does not affect the integrity of the print. All that remains is a piece of 99.9 per cent pure silver jewellery. From 50 to 450 of your closest friends! ONE OF THE FINEST, MOST EXCLUSIVE VENUES AVAILABLE ON THE CENTRAL COAST www.gosfordracing.com.au email@example.com Racecourse Road, West Gosford NEXT RACE MEETING Tuesday 9th March 2010 - The Rotary Club of Gosford Charity Race Day Easter Sunday 4th April 2010 -- Todayscountry94one Country Race Day Thursday 22nd April 2010 -- $150,000 Gosford 3YO Guineas Sunday 25th April 2010 -- Singo's Meats Anzac Day Race Day Choose from a range of modern venues for your Wedding, Cocktail Party, Marquee Event, Special Event Dinner Fine dining, cocktail and buffet packages available. New text in consultation with our caterers we will design a package that suits your needs. CALL OUR PROFESSIONAL AND EXPERIENCED EVENTS TEAM TODAY TO SECURE YOUR PERFECT DATE! 4325 0461 c8610709-4Mar CRAFTY: Smallprint's Sarah Doohan takes an imprint of her son Declan's finger in the remarkable precious metal clay (PMC). First impression Win jewellery Smallprint is giving Coasting readers the chance to win a beautiful piece of jewellery to the value of $200. Turn to page 30 for details. KEEPSAKE: Smallprint jewellery items capture a loved one's finger-, foot- or handprint in polished silver. COASTING FASHION PERSONAL: The Smallprint range includes key rings (pictured) as well as pendants, dog tags, cufflinks and charm bracelets. Among the items available in the range are pendants, dog tags, cufflinks, charm bracelets and keyrings. "And it's not just for small children and babies," Sarah said. "So far I've taken prints of the ring fingers of an engaged couple to give each other as wedding presents; of a 90-year-old grandmother for a triple descending pendent featuring the women from three generations of the family; and even a paw print from a beloved dog." Phone Sarah on 0416 234 078 for details, or go to www.smallp.com.au
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