AN artist has revealed her method for making necklaces from semen breast milk, and cremated ashes.
Amanda Booth, who describes herself as a clay artist, posts the process of making the jewelry on her TikTok page.
Known online as @amandaldbooth, her work has garnered millions of likes.
Booth’s clients order her jewelry and send samples of whatever bodily fluids they want used.
From there, she dehydrates powders and incorporates them into clay beads or trinkets.
In an interview with Vice News, she described the horror of opening up a jar of fresh semen.
“Fresh samples are one thing, but when they’ve been in the mail for a little bit, I mean… it smells like semen, you know what I mean?” Booth said.
“We process them at the end of the day, otherwise we’re sitting in the smell all day and it’s just…
“We did it in the morning one day and it was just like, ‘No, I’m never doing that again.’”
Her business was launched in 2021, and she has made products for people using any form of bodily fluids, including breast milk, cremated ashes of people or animals, or even fur and locks of hair.
She can also incorporate dried umbilical cord, dried placenta, grave dirt, dried flowers and strips of cloth, according to her website.
She said in one of her TikTok videos that she got a request to incorporate “man juices.”
She made what was supposed to be a parody post on Facebook about the idea, and then started to get actual orders.
She began the process with her husband to figure out how much semen would be needed to create a piece.
“It turned out fantastic,” she said.
She found that the perfect load is about a teaspoon but she asks customers to send more to make it easier.
The photo went viral and her orders have exploded.
Several of her customers purchase products to fulfill their kinks.
One client said the ‘you are mine’ type ‘collar’ was made for her and her husband to have “our little secret and inside joke.”
Others, like one woman with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, said she ordered a necklace to fulfill a sense of closeness to her partner.
Anything left over after making the piece is apparently sent back to the customer.
“If we have clay left over after incorporating your materials for your pieces, free pieces are made as gifts for your order,” Booth’s website says.