Let's Zentangle and Play Some Cards

I just listed this Zentangle-inspired charm necklace I created using Tim Holtz Idea-ology Fragments and 1/8" thick wood board laser cut playing cards that were made by my friend Scottie over at The Porkchop Show.  The detail of the playing cards is just incredible. The reverse side of each laser cut is painted black.

This necklace includes
5 fragment charms and 6 playing cards. All of the charms are attached to a 19" antiqued silver metal necklace with jump rings and finished with a round toggle clasp.

And if you'd like to add
additional charms to this necklace - or any other charm necklace/bracelet you have, I will be listing individual charms next week in my shop, so stop back by.  Or better yet,  become a follower here on my blog, and NEVER miss out on what I might be creating and/or selling.

And did I mention that the Zentangle-inspired Fragment charms are finished on BOTH SIDES?  Why yes they are *smiles*.



UPDATE:  Nanc left a comment asking if the cards were "normal size" playing cards.  They are approximately 1 3/4" x 3/4" and are just TOO cute! 


UPDATE #2:  This necklace has sold - Thank you Nancy!  


Have an art-filled week ahead! 

8 comments:

Nanc said...

Wow what a great necklace and such a great idea. Are these normal size playing cards? I just love it how you combined the zentangle, the cards and the charms. Way too cool.

SharDon Exclusives said...

You are such a clever lady! I really like this themed necklace. How fun!!
Sharon

Colleen said...

adorable, adorabele,adorable!

yaya chique said...

Hi sweetie!
Thanks for joining in our HUGE vintage Yaya give-a-way! Love your jewelry! (I see you are also a follower of my loving friend, KC!) xo...deb

MrsETaylor said...

Sherry, your work is absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and leaving a great comment. I appreciate it a bunch. Off to follow your blog.

ooglebloops said...

Thanks for visiting my blog!!! I am following yours now - and will have to check out your Etsy shop. Love the zen necklaces - you should do bracelets also!!!

Samantha Marshall said...

It's gorgeous!

suedoodles said...

wow, i love the charms you make from your zentangles. quite ingenious!