How Should I Care For My Jewelry?
Polymer clay is a durable, slightly flexible, and lightweight material when cured. Although durable, it can get scratched or broken by hitting hard surfaces/materials and rough handling. Be sure to store your earrings carefully where they won't be prone to being knocked around or in rough contact with other metal jewelry. I recommend saving earring card and/or using an earring stand.
Polymer clay is a plastic-like material once cured and will not shatter if dropped. It bends before breaking, but please take care and remember that each earring is handmade, wearable art, and can break with enough force.
Makeup and dirt can be removed from clay components by gently going over blemished areas with a cotton swap or soft cloth dipped in rubbing alcohol or water. If your jewelry has a shiny coating that could be resin, do not us alcohol. Try using water first and if needed a gentle soap.
Raw brass components may tarnish and darken over time if exposed to water and natural elements, but can be easily cleaned with a soft jewelry cloth and/or tarnish remover. I will send one of these clothes in your packaging.
To extend the life of your jewelry, it is highly recommended that your jewelry be removed and stored safely prior to sleeping, bathing, swimming, and exercising. Please do not leave resin pieces in direct sunlight. This will break down the resin over time and causes yellowing.
Can I Order Custom Jewelry?
Yes! Please contact me for any ideas, custom jewelry or art you'd like created. I truly love making custom pieces for people. This is one of the best ways to express ourselves and create something extra special. Because all jewelry is hand mixed and designed, I can easily accommodate most requests. Once your order is placed, please allow up to 2-7 business days for fulfillment and up to 2 weeks for shipping.