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circle cage breast milk pendant kit

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Product Description

A do it yourself kit providing you with the tools and direction you need to make your very own breast milk bead. Solvents included are non-toxic and all natural, and the protective glaze is a non-toxic, water based formula. No chemicals are used in this kit; however, if you are concerned with diluting your milk with the solvents please consider having me make your pendant as only your pure breast milk is used in my professional method.

For best results kit should be used within 6 months of purchase.

  • locket measures about 3/4"
  • includes matching 17" ball chain
  • silver plated or antique brass
  • nickel and lead free
  • jump ring style will vary
  • visit the extras section for additions to your piece
  • to open this style locket, gently twist open the jump ring on the end of the chain and remove (twist, do not pull apart), then slide ball chain through the bail of the locket

This kit contains:

  • solvents
  • protective glaze
  • spatula
  • paintbrush
  • detailed instructions
  • locket and matching chain

You will need to supply:

  • 2oz of your breast milk
  • stove
  • small pot
  • spoon
  • paper towel, wax paper, or foil
*Please note this milk preservation method is not the process I use when you choose to have me make your Milk Pendant. I do not use solvents when preserving your breast milk, and only your pure breast milk is used. I have received an overwhelming amount of requests to provide an at home kit, and this is end result I came up with without giving away my method that took extensive research and testing. DO NOT expose finished piece to water or excessive heat. 

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  1. So much fun! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Mar 2017

    I really enjoyed making the beads and have them rattle in the cage. It takes a lot longer than I thought, but it's so beautiful! I ended up having enough milk for a few beads.

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