I have never been a fan of hearts that haven't been tried. Guess that I was born cynical, or perhaps had my heart too scarred before I made it out of childhood. Anyways, hearts that have been broken and patched together are so much more interesting than the bright and shiny ones.
I consider myself very lucky that I was one of the names pulled out of Jenny's hat when she was offering readers of Art Elements the chance to work with one of these gorgeous polymer Kintsugi hearts. I have been a bad girl and not keeping up as well as I should on my blogs so just sneaked in under the wire as far as when I needed to apply. You should have seen the smile when I received that email.
Jenny actually gave us a choice of colors and since I couldn't decide just which one I liked best, I asked her to surprise me. It's that white beautiful with the gold leaf? This is a heart that has a story to tell.
And I wanted to make sure that its story was sure to catch everyone's attention so I added some vintage gold glass beads and some creamy bone beads. Simple, elegant and sure to be on center stage.
Now that you have seen what I made with one of Jenny Davies-Reazor's hearts, be sure to check out what everyone else has come up with! Perfect way to unwind on a busy Tuesday. And if you would like to pick up one for yourself, just click here.
Art Elements team: