How to design your personalised designer keyrings
There are a lot of decisions to be made when designing your luxury keyrings, but our design interface has a 'product view' option that will help you visualise your ideas every step of the way.
1. Consider your photos and/or text
Before making decisions about shapes and stitch colours, it's a good idea to have a photo or design in mind. That way, you'll be able to decide what shape and colours to use. Remember both sides of the personalised designer keyrings can be designed, so you can have a different photo on either side, or add a sweet message to one side. With any of the shapes, there is going to be a small hole in the design where the split ring will be attached, so bear this in mind when choose photos that have faces or important details on. It's a good idea to ensure all faces and details are central in the photo, so to avoid the bleed area where the hole and stitching will be.
2. Choose your shape
The first main decision to make is what shape you would like your keyring to be? If you're making it for your partner as an anniversary or Valentine's Day gift, it might be nice to opt for a heart shaped keyring. If it's a group photo with quite a lot of people, you might find that a rectangle or capsule shape works better. A round or oval keyring would look great for pet pictures or holiday snaps.
3. Choose your material finish
Our luxury leather keyrings are made using two pieces of Nappa leather, but you can choose whether the leather is textured or smooth. The smooth leather will offer a 'flat' base for your print, while the textured option will give your designer keyring that authentic leather feel - with natural creasing and lines. The design interface will allow you to gauge how your photos would look on both options.
4. Choose your paint and stitch colour
Once you've decided on a photo, shape and even the material finish, there's even more decisions to make to help your make your personalised designer keyrings truly unique. Each piece of leather is hand painted at the edges, and the finished keyring has visible stitching. You can choose from black, cream, red, blue or brown. Red and blue paint and stitches are great for adding a pop of colour to black and white luxury keyrings; alternatively, using the neutral shades will help keep the focus on your design.
5. Finally, choose your metal work
Metal work can either be gold or silver, and there's really no right or wrong answer. Consider the keyrings you already have, or the colour of your key. You will also be able to view how each metal looks with your design before confirming your order.
Once you're happy with your design, we will receive your order and get straight to work.