How To Get a Fingerprint For Your Fingerprint Jewelry
Fingerprint jewelry is a meaningful way to show your commitment and appreciation for a loved one. It is also a unique way to celebrate the uniqueness of your special someone. In this article, we will provide you with some directions on how to get your fingerprint or the one of a loved one.
For those who passed away
When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult to find a way to remember them. However, with the use of fingerprint technology, you can create a unique and meaningful memorial necklace or bracelet that will help keep the memory of your loved one alive.
To obtain the fingerprint of a loved one you can reach out to the funeral home or clinic and request it, as it’s not unusual for this to be taken when admitted.
Capturing your baby's fingerprints is an exciting milestone for any parent. While it may seem intimidating to take a fingerprint yourself, the process is quite simple. With the right tools and guidance, you can easily get your baby's fingerprint at home. Alternatively, you can also use the one on their birth certificate if available.
For military men who were killed in combat or are MIA.
In many cases, it can be difficult to obtain the fingerprints of a loved one who is missing in action (MIA) or has been killed in combat. However, you may be able to get their fingerprints by reaching out to their employer and requesting their paperwork. Employers often keep records of employee fingerprints as part of their security procedures, and these records may be available for you to access. By doing this, you can ensure that your loved one's memory is kept alive through the use of their fingerprints.
How to Get Your Fingerprints at Home
What You’ll need:
- Lee Inkless Fingerprint Pad
- White piece of paper
- Clean hands
Step 1: Make sure your hands are clean and completely dry.
Step 2: Press your finger lightly on the inkpad
Step 3: Press your finger lightly onto the paper, do this several time on different parts of the paper. The first print will probably be the darkest one, but the second print is usually the best one.
Step 4: Take a picture of the fingerprint in good lighting and upload it on our website when placing your order.
Finally, this is a comparison between what a good fingerprint is and what is not.