Placenta photo frame
University of Brighton undated handout photo of Amanda Cotton who has developed a technique allowing parents to have pictures of their newborn babies in photo frames made using the mother’s placenta. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday November 25, 2013. Cotton has found a way of adding dried and crushed pieces of placenta to moulds filled with clear casting resin to create marble-effect frames, and is already receiving orders from parents, according to the University of Brighton. Miss Cotton uses the entire placenta to make a frame, first boiling and cooking it and then grinding it into small pieces before placing it into a mould with resin and other materials. See PA story EDUCATION Placenta. Photo credit should read: Jim Holden/University of Brighton/PA Wire
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