While I am continuing to work on my portraits, I try daily to work on art for fun! These little jewelry pieces are one of those things. They are drawn off in this photo. A few have the first coat of paint applied. It takes two of these 300# watercolor hearts to create one heart (front and back). Once painted, they are cut out, glued together, holes are drilled and edges are filed. They are sealed with an insulation coat of soft gloss and then varnished to make them waterproof. As you have deduced by now, they are labor intensive and a work of love! Once finished, I incorporate them into necklaces, bracelets and rosaries. These are signed little artworks!