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Filled v’s Rubover Cabochon Settings

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Filled v’s Rubover Cabochon Settings pros and cons, filling a setting is much easier and a rubover setting gives more scope for error and is more durable. You might enjoy reading my blog on Etsy Settings here and my own settings are here, some are suitable for filling and rubover setting using a mould. You can read…

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How To Make A Cremation Ashes Ring

cremtion ashes ring twisted band, 8mm cabochon with ashes stone containing orchid purple resin sparkle mix

This video will show you how to make this resin cremation ashes ring from start to finish using UV resin like ours here and one of our custom ring settings. I’m working with human ashes in this video so if you find this upsetting please do not watch. The resin part of this is very…

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AliExpress Buying Guide

AliExpress buying guide for memorial jewellers

This AliExpress buying guide is ideal for anyone in anyone in the world to purchase keepsake jewellery supplies. Ideal to make breastmilk and memorial jewellery using UV or epoxy resin. Ordered by category it’s a great way for new starters to get the supplies they need at the lowest prices, so long as you’re happy…

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Making Breastmilk Jewellery: Part 4

Making Breastmilk Jewellery: Part 4 of 4 shows you ways to move forward once you have started trying out breastmilk jewellery preservation techniques. How To Move Forward Although I make a little extra income from the affiliate links in my blogs, this is not a method you’ve “purchased”, and I don’t “owe” anyone a full…

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Supplies List: Australia

This list is ideal for anyone in Australia looking to purchase keepsake jewellery supplies to make breastmilk and memorial jewellery. (more…)

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Instagram for Breastmilk Jewellery Makers

Instagram for Breastmilk Jewellery Makers

Instagram for Breastmilk Jewellery Makers can feel like an uphill battle but it’s not too difficult use Instagram to find new clients. I find it really slow but the most organic way is just taking out your phone once an hour, looking for a hashtag used by your clients for breastmilk jewellery, and being genuine.…

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Making Cremation Ashes Jewellery: Part 2 of 2

Making Cremation Ashes Jewellery cremation ashes quantities for ashes jewellery. A quarter of a teaspoon is the perfect amount for jewellery from Tree of Opals how to make cremation ashes jewellery

Making Cremation Ashes Jewellery: Part 2 of 2. In part one of How to Make Cremation Ashes Jewellery here, we covered health and safety. There is a blog on making this beautiful cremation ashes heart necklace here and if you’d like to purchase cremation ashes jewellery then please see Nikki’s other business Tree of Opals…

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How To Make A Hair Charm Bead

How To Make A Hair Charm Bead Pandora Hair Charm

This video will show you how to make this resin lock of hair charm bead from start to finish. We’re adding rose petals for their sentimentality. You can read more about working with hair in our lock of hair jewellery making blog here (click). Please note, the competition has now finished.  How To Make A…

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How to Make a Cremation Ashes Heart Necklace

how to make a cremation ashes heart necklace with palladium leaf, fairy pink resin sparkle mix and gold eco sparkle

Learn how to make a cremation ashes heart necklace with our video below. I’m working with horse ashes in this video so if you find this upsetting please do not watch. The resin part of this is very similar to our How to Make a Cremation Ashes Ring blog, but this setting is much easier!…

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Set a Resin Sphere

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A tutorial to set a resin sphere, also known as a “pearl” or an “orb” with glue-on, partial drilling, full drilling and wire wrapped settings. You’ll learn what each of these terms mean and also how to cover the pouring spout for a beautiful finish on your spheres or pearls. You can create beautiful jewellery…

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