two doggies

Posted on November 5th, 2014 by mountain girl  |  7 Comments »

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I had two custom orders for dog necklaces.  The first was for the lady whose son cut my aspen slices for me.  She likes Golden Labradors and the color blue, so I came up with this necklace for her.  The wood is edged with silver calligraphy ink, and the pendant hangs on a silver plated chain.

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She loved it, and immediately ordered one for a friend who has just lost her Golden Retriever.

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I created this for her.

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The wood was an oval slice of aspen with an especially interesting bark edge and a couple of natural cracks.  I trimmed it in gold ink and used a gold plated chain.

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These custom pieces were challenging and fun.  I liked the creative stretch of working with a new subject–dogs–and it was exciting to create something especially tailored to the recipient. 

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With all the frustration that comes with being an artist, at the end of my work also comes so much satisfaction.  If I had a tail, I’d wag that thing.  🙂

7 Responses to “two doggies”

  1. Your Lion says on :

    Pup-dogs look incredible!!! Love you HUGE /:O)

  2. Mom & Dad says on :

    Hi honeeee……WOW your artwork is incredible 🙂 Luv u/mom

  3. Rahab says on :

    They came out awesome! They look so real.

  4. Mimi says on :

    Quite unbelievable! Look so, so nice….I bet she really loved them!

  5. Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom says on :

    These are gorgeous!

    My oldest daughter is OBSESSED with Golden Retrievers… I immediately thought of her when I saw this.

    Great work!
    xoxo

  6. appleshoe says on :

    That is so sweet and beautiful. I’m sure her friend will love it.

  7. Poco Mountain Girl » Blog Archive » for zia says on :

    […] wanting a wood necklace since I started making them.  She hesitantly offered me $10 for the first dog necklace I made, which was all the money she had in the world.  It was super cute, but the necklace was a […]

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