Basic Memorial Jewellery Course free of charge, for new artists and anyone wanting to learn new ideas and techniques. Free diploma course in making memento keepsake jewellery with UV or epoxy resin. Please read our FAQ page if you have any questions and we look forward to seeing you complete the course. It has been so popular since I published it a year ago with hundreds of students completing it. The feedback has been so kind and I also appreciate kind constructive feedback.
These are the tools and settings we have used at Tree of Opals for the past 8 years from suppliers we trust and items made in-house. For more advice on making keepsake and memorial jewellery see our blogs here. The silver keepsake business startup kit is suitable for memorial keepsakes for your clients (cremation ashes jewellery, hair and fur, funeral flowers) and all other occasions and elements such as wedding dresses, handkerchiefs, petals, earth, sand etc.
Covering the difference between solid silver and silver plated, how to purchase settings and moulds and how to set up your business. The Basic Memorial Jewellery Course will give you the grounding you need to start making a few pieces at your own pace with the support of our Facebook community. You can begin making a little something for family and friends or buy one of our Business Startup Packages here for all the supplies you need for a head-start in the industry.
Basic Memorial Jewellery Course
This course is designed as an introduction to making keepsakes with your clients’ ashes, locks of hair and fur. It covers the techniques for filling a setting, known as a “direct pour” and using moulds to create cabochon stones, orbs and beads. You will look at different kinds of resin (epoxy and UV). The Basic Memorial Jewellery Course even comes with a diploma or completion certificate if you email in afterwards and request one.
You don’t need to take this course before you begin the advanced course but it can be helpful if you’re thinking about buying that course. Other courses are always on the way and I would absolutely love some feedback on the Basic Memorial Jewellery Course.