These Two Women Will Transform Your Kids' Artwork Into Unique Jewelry

Say goodbye to those macaroni necklaces.

We know you love to show appreciation for your kids' artwork by putting the picture up on the fridge or framing it somewhere special, but you may want to take things another step further. Now, you can personally wear the thing in the form of your favorite piece of jewelry. 

Tasarım Takarım, a company based in Turkey, transforms children's drawings into unique pieces of jewelry. They can make the artwork into necklaces, bracelets, cufflinks, earrings, and brooches. All you have to do is send them a photo of the drawing and specify the piece of jewelry you'd like. Within a week, your child's art will jump off the page and onto a hand cut piece of silver or gold-plated silver accessory.

"We believe that children's art is the most important building block of the creativity," the co-founders wrote on their Etsy page. "And appreciation of the children's drawing is the best way to support them."

Tasarım Takarım sells its jewelry on its website and on Etsy. Prices for their pieces range from $125 to $195. 

That price may sound steep for what can essentially be a series of scribbles, but it will truly show your child how special you think their artwork is and can help encourage their creative abilities. Showing your appreciation in such a unique way can be incredibly meaningful to kids. 

It also can serve as a little piece of history from their childhood. "I absolutely love this pendant. It came out exactly like my daughter's drawing - she loves it too," one customer wrote on Etsy. "So many others have noticed and agreed that I am so lucky I will always have this reminder of a time in my daughter's life that went by so very quickly." 

"This is such a great gift idea. The necklace perfectly reflects the drawing and is such a wonderful way to catch a moment in time," another customer wrote

You can check out some more of Tasarım Takarım's work below: 

More interested in turning your child's drawings into a stuffed animal? There's a company for that, too