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Lady in Pearls Posted - Oct 06 2016 : 12:52:56 PM
I have to "cluck" a little bit ladies. Are you ready for it?

I'm OFFICIALLY a business owner! I couldn't be more excited!

I just launched my first business crafting beautiful jewelry pieces from expressed breast milk to help mothers commemorate and celebrate their nursing relationships with their babies.

I made myself a piece and the response from family and friends was so strong, that I decided to start making them for others, and thus, Montague Milk Pearls has been born.

I also craft "dairy-free" jewelry for non-nursing parents. I will be creating pieces with anything from locks of hair, to umbilical stumps, to "toddler gifts" like flowers or shells your little one brings to you.

If you are on Facebook, please feel free to "Like" the business to stay up-to-date for giveaways, turn around times, and new products.

Enjoy FREE SHIPPING from today until 10/20 to celebrate the Grande Opening!
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Killarney Posted - Feb 15 2018 : 1:26:18 PM
Such a precious gift!!
Lady in Pearls Posted - Oct 06 2016 : 8:51:52 PM
I suppose I could have attached a sample photo!

“If more of us valued good food and cheer above hoards of gold, it would be a merrier world." - Tolkien

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