She said when other mothers found out she could create keepsakes from the breast milk, the orders started coming in.
"I debuted it in a small Facebook group that I was in for mothers, and they responded very well, and the orders just started pouring in," said Boudreaux. "I have milk from Indonesia, Canada, Britain, France, all over the world. I receive milk every day."
She makes the jewelry at her home by adding preservatives to the milk and storing it in a refrigerator. Within a week, the milk becomes solid, and Boudreaux molds it into various shapes. She also adds color and adds a top coat resin to harden and protect the milk.
Boudreaux said she has sold hundreds of the necklaces, which range from $50-$100.