A stunningly detailed 3D cast of your Baby's feet framed in beautiful white wood.
Artist and designer Chloe Stevens has been casting Baby's feet for over 18 years. Each frame is both a precious keepsake and a beautiful piece of art.
A Cast of Baby's feet is taken
A mould is taken of your Baby's feet (can be cast from 1 day old) using a clean and safe rubber based material.
This only takes 10 minutes.
Choose mount Colour
Choose from different background colours for your frame.
Your frame will be gift wrapped & ready for collection two weeks later.
Liza Crotty - claphandies.com
"Great care was taken in the whole casting process, infact our little boy slept the whole way through, delighted to be given such a lovely gift",
Highly recommended Such a timeless beautiful memory to see hanging on my wall.
Clare Mckenna - Newstalk
"One of my most prized posessions, I adore both the baby feet I had done for each child. Its such a quick and painless experience for baby and Chloe is amazing with them anyway. What takes a quick dip for each foot becomes this master piece a couple of weeks later. Can't recommend highly enough".
Heather Condren - flowerpop.ie
"Chloe cast Cici's feet when she was two weeks old. She's 7 months now and its crazy to see how tiny she once was. I know we're going to cherish this piece of Art forever!
Chloe was so gentle and calm with Cici, so much so that Cici had a little nap during it.
Such a beautiful keepsake.
Thank you Chloe".
To provide you with a lovely space to have your Baby's feet cast, to capture this special moment in time with a beautiful keepsake and a work of art.
Book your appointment here:
Baby Feet Gift voucher - With house callRegular price €200,00 EURRegular priceUnit price per
Baby Feet Gift voucher - No house callRegular price €160,00 EURRegular priceUnit price per
Having graduated from I.A.D.T and worked in the design industry for a number of years, I missed the physical aspect of working and creating with my hands and the excitement of experimenting with different materials.
After the birth of my son Tom, I had taken a cast of his feet and framed them for my own keepsake and that’s really when the idea took off, as more and more people saw them, they liked and wanted casts too, that extended to their friends and family… and so Fantastic feet was born.