Why Do You Make Extra Cabochons? lock of hair proof image, an example where a client asked for pink sparkles. The left is pink shimmer powder with a little pink opalescent and the right is pink opalescent and pink hexagonal glitter Tree of Opals lock of hair blanks

Why Do You Make Extra Cabochons?

This autumn I'm blogging about some of the questions on our FAQ's which we're often asked and one of the top questions is "why do you make extra cabochons?" The answer is, making keepsake and memorial jewellery is far more...Read More
Glass or Resin Cremation Ash Jewellery family order cremation ash cufflinks in Aegean blue resin, ring in mermaid teal resin, glass cremation necklace and charms Tree of Opals

Glass or Resin Cremation Ash Jewellery?

If you're looking for memorial jewellery, you might be wondering about the pros and cons of glass or resin cremation ash jewellery. There are benefits and drawbacks to both and because we offer both, we can give you an unbiased...Read More

Making Moulds: Spheres

Making Moulds: Spheres for Pearls with Transparent Silicone Sphere Mould Making Tools Mould making spheres is very similar to charm bead moulds but I think a little less complicated, so I'll do a separate post for those and another one...Read More

How to Make Cremation Ash Jewellery Part 2 of 2

How to Make Cremation Ash Jewellery After some disasters with resin, like a batch of EcoResin turning everything yellow, even hair and fabrics, I went back to using standard epoxy resin and recommend Axson D150 (I don't know if this...Read More

How to Make Cremation Ash Jewellery Part 1 of 2

How to Make Cremation Ash Jewellery You can make cremation ash jewellery from lots of different materials from glass, to different types of resin, clay, lockets, wearable urns, precious metal clay or any other medium in which you can suspend...Read More