Artists and craftsmen can make jewelry out of some pretty unusual things, but what about breast milk?
Bridgette Boudreaux of Texas said she wanted a constant reminder of her breastfeeding experience, and that's how she came up with the idea.
Customers send her about half an ounce of breast milk and about 10 weeks later they have a ring, necklace or earrings made from their own milk.
And, it doesn't end there. You can also have a piece of the placenta preserved in the jewelry.
Some say it's the ultimate mommy-must have.
Mom makes jewelry out of breast milk