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Making A Cremation Bead

Tutorial for making a cremation bead for Pandora style bracelets from start to finish using UV resin like ours here and one of our Forever In My Heart ♡ core. I’m working with real cremation ashes in this video so if you find this upsetting please do not watch. The charm bead part of this is…

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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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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 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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Making Cremation Ashes Jewellery: Part 1

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 is easiest with resin. Cremation ashes are, in my opinion, the easiest element to work with compared to making breastmilk jewellery and making lock of hair and fur jewellery. Working with ashes is similar to working with sand, or dried crushed umbilical cord or placenta so the advice is pretty much the same for those.irectly into…

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