31 December 2008

A Tale of Two Hearts



The most recent issue of Art Jewelry Magazine contained a small teaser for the next issue, which will feature a simple wirework heart pin by Sharilyn Miller. I don't usually recreate any magazine projects, but I HAD to make this pin. And I had to make it for Christmas! As usual, I used the photo as a guide and made my own version with no further instruction.

I wanted to post these photos when I finished making the pin on the 24th, but didn't want to ruin the surprise just in case the intended recipient decided to read my blog on Christmas eve (Hi Mary!). I am sure I'll make another (or three or four) when the March issue comes out.

Posted by Jan Raven on http://wovenwire.blogspot.com.
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4 comments:

Shillu said...

Very Beautiful. Happy New Year to you & your family.

Kim said...

Oh , luv your version of the heart pin! You've got a great blog here , I've enjoyed reading about your adventures :).

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Anonymous said...

I actually much prefer your version of the heart - it's soo well done! The other one is a little TOO abstract, although in general I love her work too :)

Perfectly Twisted said...

Me too - I love the original design, but I totally adore what you've done with it also. Very nice work and thank you for having stopped into my blog the other day! I appreciate the kind comment and I too, have added you to my blog faves and will be back for more of your eye candy! Looking forward to visiting. Many hugs and smiles to you my friend.
Susan.