Frequently asked questions

Why choose Tiny Treasures
We have over 10 years experience casting precious little hands and feet and baby’s bottoms too!
We guarantee our frames and workmanship for life.
We guarantee the best prices

Do you sell Gift Vouchers?
Yes we have gift vouchers.
You can collect them from our premises or we can post them out to you.

What is the best age to have my child's impressions taken
We can cast hands and feet from age 0 to 99
We believe the smaller the better though and have taken impressions of a baby just a few hours old in hospital.

How is casting done?
Casting is done by appointment on our premises in Currambine on Wednesdays and weekends.
Call to make a booking

Do you do hospital visits?
We visit Perth city hospitals – PMH KEMH STJOG Subiaco and Mount Lawley
We charge a small call out fee

How long does an appointment take
Appointments take approximately 30 minutes

What happens at an appointment
At the appointment we cast baby’s hands and feet and you choose your frame colours and inscription for the plate in your frame.

What products are used?
We use alginate to take the impressions.
Alginate is safe and non toxic. It is a warm product and takes just a minute to set.
The sculpture is made with dental stone, the perfect plaster product to pick up the fine details of tiny hands and feet.
We use only wooden frames (no synthetic) and quality mat boards. All our products are acid free and guaranteed for life.

The client supplies the photo.
The size we recommend is 5” x 7”
It can be brought to the appointment or emailed or posted in later.

How long does it take to make a frame?
It takes approx. 4 weeks to make a frame.

How is payment made?
We take a deposit at the appointment and the balance when you collect your frame.

Can you replicate a frame I have had previously made by another business?
Yes we can try to match the colour, frame and size for you. We carry an extensive range.

Can I design my own frame layout
Yes we custom make every frame so you can design your own unique frame.