Information

Please be aware that all my jewellery is handmade and unique. No two items are the same therefore there may be slight differences in the item you see pictured and the one you receive. If you have specific requirements for your item please contact me before ordering and I will do my best to help!

COVID-19 Update

I am still able to post items to the UK however delivery times are extended by the Royal Mail. For items outside the UK please contact me prior to placing an order to ensure I am still able to deliver. Delivery overseas is taking a lot longer than expected and unfortunately this is something outside of my control.

I am taking all precautions required while crafting. I regularly wash my hands for 20 seconds or more during the jewellery making process. I also try to make sure that my items are wiped down (harsh chemical permitting) before packaging them up and sending them out.

If you have any questions or concerns prior to placing an order, feel free to contact me. I’m always happy to answer questions.

Shipping costs

Within United Kingdom (UK) Free
Outside United Kingdom (UK) £5.00

Shipping Details

Shipping from United Kingdom (UK)

Shipping Policy

I aim to ship my product ASAP after you order it but certainly within 2 working days. If you wish for a quicker service please let me know.

Return Policy

Please contact me first if you’re not entirely happy with your order. I accept returns within 14 days as long as they are in a resaleable condition.

Caring For Your Jewellery

Here are 3 great tips no how to care for your Self Made jewellery.

1. Keep your jewellery dry

Keeping your jewellery dry is a great way to keep it tarnish free. Don’t wash dishes, do laundry or clean the house with your jewellery on. Many cleaning products contain harsh chemicals that can take off the finish.

Don’t wear jewellery in the pool or at the spa. Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewellery which can cause your jewellery to change colour.

Don’t use jewellery cleaner. Traditional cleaner can be too harsh for fashion jewellery which is usually plated with precious metals like silver and may end up removing the plating. To keep your jewellery clean try using gentle soap and water and dry the item properly afterwards. Storing it correctly will also help (see below).

Don’t put on lotion or perfume with your jewellery on. For the same reasons above, lotions and perfumes can react unfavourably with your jewellery. 

So, in a nutshell, keep your jewellery away from the following:

• water

• dishwashing soap/liquid

• lotion

• perfume

• silver cleaner

• other harsh chemicals

If in doubt, take your jewellery off and store it safely.

2. Last on and first off! Your jewellery should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off

Put your jewellery on after you’re dressed and remove it before you get undressed. This will stop you catching your jewellery on your clothes and potentially damaging it. 

Remember to remove your jewellery during activities. When doing laundry, cooking, or gardening remove your jewellery to prevent damage by or exposure to any chemicals or fluids.

Put your jewellery on after applying hairspray and makeup. Perfumes, hairspray, lotion and makeup can contain chemicals that can discolour or damage your jewellery.

3. Store your jewellery properly

Store your jewellery in a jewellery box or other secure container that will prevent your jewellery from getting lost or damaged. 

Use anti-tarnish paper if you can. This might seem a bit of overkill but when you store your fashion jewellery in anti-tarnish paper it not only protects it but keeps it safe. If you don’t have anti-tarnish paper use a glasses cloth instead. Lots of jewellery boxes are anti-tarnish now too.

Also, the air around us is what makes metal tarnish so I you want to be doubly sure I recommend using a plastic sandwich bag with the air squeezed out to prevent oxidization.

I hope these tips and hints help. If you have any that you use, please send me a message as I’d love to hear them!