What makes a good print?
How do you know if your print is going to look good as a ring or a pendant?
See some photos below to get some guidance and inspiration on how your print should ideally look.
The best approach when taking a print is to aim for the largest flattest surface area of your dog's nose. Often it takes a two people to get a good print, one to comfort and steady your dog's head while the other presses the wax
Ensure the wax is rolled into a smooth ball and is soft and pliable. Press the wax against the nose, ideally it should around 3mm - 5mm thick and be in the form of flat disc after you've done the print.
Good wax prints: