Breastmilk jewelry is jewelry made from your very own breastmilk to be kept as an heirloom keepsake to commemorate your breastfeeding journey.

It’s jewelry with a meaning and a beautiful way to honor the special bond between mama and baby.

Breastfeeding is hard work & takes dedication. Breastmilk is a gift that lasts a lifetime. Why not treat yourself to a meaningful keepsake that will tell your story! 🤱

Customers send my company - Little Foots Jewelry - just 1/2 an ounce of breastmilk that is then sterilized, preserved, and made into powder form to be mixed with a special resin blend & made into a stone!

That stone is then placed into your jewelry setting of choice. Little Foots Jewelry offers a large array of jewelry settings to choose from including a Solid Gold Collection & hypoallergenic options.

We specialize in turning life’s most precious memories into beautiful keepsake jewelry 👣

But that’s not all! We can also make jewelry using formula, resin only, cremation ashes, umbilical, encapsulated placenta, hair (animal & human), sand, graveyard soil, flowers, etc..

The possibilities are endless!

Contact Little Foots Jewelry today & let’s create something beautiful!

Custom orders are always welcome ❤️

Featured is The Odette Set with breastmilk, slight sparkle, placenta, & a shiny stone finish

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“I’m so lucky to say that I’ve been able to exclusively breastfeed both of my babies. I’m so proud of myself for sticking to it. It definitely has its ups and downs, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world!

If you followed my breastfeeding journey from the beginning, you would know it was FAR from an easy start.

Walker was tongue tied when he was born & had jaundice.

Through cracked & bleeding nipples to severe oversupply, teething, middle of the night awakenings, the list goes on! If you’re a breastfeeding mama, you know what I mean!

But each of us mamas deserve to be proud! A fed baby is a happy baby, regardless if you breastfeed or not!

I breastfed Walker for 1 year & 9 months. I was so emotional when he decided to no longer want to breastfeed anymore. But I’m sooooo thankful I get to do it again with my sweet Caroline! I will continue to breastfeed Caroline until she no longer wants to as well!

So with that being said… I’m here to tell you you do not need to hide natural term breastfeeding!

Breastfeeding past infancy is natural!!

Little Foots Jewelry has sent me my very OWN breastmilk ring! It is STUNNING! I had tears in my eyes when I opened it! This ring means so much to me & pictures really don’t do it justice either!

I highly recommend speaking with Little Foots Jewelry if you’d like something created to remember your journey forever! 👣

I can’t thank you enough for this, I will forever keep this sweet keepsake!”

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This is Heather’s Story ❤️

I just wanted to tell you my story behind this ring you are making for me and how special it is to me. I met my husband when i was 15 years old and knew id spend my life with him. We got married at 23 and tried to begin our family. Through many trials and tribulations we found out i had some factors causing infertility and we went through treatments for three years. Through IUI we conceived twins. However i lost one early on. Leaving me with my beautiful son Benson. He was due in December. But he decided to come 8 weeks early and was born in October two days before my birthday. He spent 29 days in the nicu and that was such a roller coaster. As moms do i focused on the one thing i could do for him and that was provide with my breastmilk. And with it he never lost weight but instead he only gained and kept us all amazed at his recovery the entire time he was there. My little chunk is very healthy and thriving and he may be my only baby in life because of the infertility. So this ring symbolizes that for me, our bond, and the one thing i was able to do for him when i felt the most helpless. Thank you so much for what you do.

….“And you make the most beautiful rings, when I was researching and came across your page there was no doubt in my mind, I knew my search had stopped…”

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