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Holiday Gift Guide: Flash Gordon Designs Tags

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Looking for a gift for the pet lover who has everything? Check out the 3-D Pet Tags from Flash Gordon Designs! Whether these are worn by the dog as a tag or the dog lover as a charm, these unique tags are both beautiful and functional.

What makes these pet ID tags unique is the fact that Flash Gordon Designs uses  3D-engineering software to design the tags, which are beautiful from any direction, whether you’re looking at the back or the front. And the tags are created using 3-D printing! (I had my first look at a 3D printer this month, and it is amazing. Rather than ink, the printer lays down layers of the substance to create everything from engineering models to, in this case, pet tags!)

The tags are made from sintered stainless steel with a bronze, antique bronze or gold-plated finish and have a lifetime guarantee against breakage.

We reviewed the 3D Heart Pet ID Tag in the Antique Bronze finish:

It is absolutely beautiful! It’s sturdy, strong, and stylish all at once. You can have your telephone number included in the tag if you like along with the nine-letter pet’s name.

The 3D Heart is just one of many styles; here’s  a video from Flash Gordon Designs with many of their available styles:

Prices range from $39.99 to $49.99, depending on style. You can save 5 percent by subscribing to the Flash Gordon Designs newsletter.

Be sure to RSVP for our #BarkFriday Twitter Party that we’re co-hosting with All Things Dog Blog; Flash Gordon Designs is giving away some tags and a discount code both to dog lovers who have RSVPd for the party and during the party itself!

 

Disclosure: We received a tag from Flash Gordon Designs to review; we were not paid for our review and all opinions are our own.

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About Paris Permenter

Paris Permenter is an award-winning author of over 30 pet and travel books. Along with her husband, John Bigley, Paris is the founder and publisher of CatTipper and DogTipper.