Creative graduate turns placentas into photo frames for loving parents

By Kirstin Buick
27 November 2013

A university graduate started a business turning placentas into photograph frames and has been inundated with orders from new mothers.

A university graduate started a business turning placentas into photograph frames and has been inundated with orders from new mothers. 

A university graduate in the UK has started a business turning placentas into photograph frames.

Amanda Cotton has been inundated with orders from parents after coming up with the unusual idea, which sees her boil and cook the placenta and then grind it into pieces before putting it into a mould together with resin.

“I have had a lot of positive feedback from mothers and fathers to be – and I already have clients,” the 25-year-old former student who graduated in 3D materials practice said.

The majority of parents then use the frame to put a picture of their newborn.

- Bang Showbiz

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