Artist Creates Jewelry From Kid's Drawings (Photos)

They're just so special, because they were made just for you by someone you made. You want to keep them forever. But if you did, you’d just end up with old tattered pieces of paper that are forever glued to your refrigerator.

Two Turkish artists are changing that and have come up with a way to let your child’s works of art live on forever. Tasarim Takarim will take your child’s drawing and turn it into a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry. So not only will you have the masterpiece as a keepsake forever, you can also wear it and have it with you wherever you go.

Your child is the designer and Tasarim Takarim turns the drawing into a beautiful pair of gold-plated earrings, cufflinks, bracelets, necklace or a display piece. The company makes sure they credit the children as the designers in their company.

“We believe that the drawings of children's creativity is the most valuable building blocks and Design Workshop I plug in this valuable drawings of a permanent lifelong memories; We transform objects into wearable art,” their website states.

Like the 6-year-old whose drawing of a girl, perhaps of her mom, was turned into a gold-plated silver charm that is incredibly innocent and adorable. Their designs start at $300.

Source: SF Globe
Photo: Instagram/tasarimtakarim

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