My & Me Jewellery – Turning Children’s Artwork into Beautiful Silver Charms 

My&Me Jewellery turns children’s artwork into beautiful items of silver jewellery to treasure forever. Founder, Maxine, got her inspiration from the creative doodles of her 6 year old daughter, after she came across a page of the young artist’s artwork in her jewellery sketchbook one day. Much to her little girl’s delight, she decided to make one into a pendant; and it got such a great response that the concept of My&Me Jewellery was born. 

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Squiggle’s seal character drawing made into a beautiful silver heart pendant.

Maxine works from a small studio in South Harrow. She also teaches classes and will soon be running workshops for parents to make their very own My&Me Jewellery with BaB courses. This practical workshop will be organised with the attendees convenience in mind; parents can bring babies, toddlers and home ed kids along with them and they will be entertained in the same room while parents can enjoy the workshop without the issue of childcare. Brilliant thinking! 

The range includes shaped silver charm pendants priced from £49 for a single charm to £124 for a pendant with four charms. Or opt for a disc shaped or heart shaped engraved single charm bracelet or necklace (£55). These lovely items of jewellery would make a fabulous gift or a wonderful treat for yourself!

You can find them over on facebook and instagram.

***Giveaway now closed***

Competition closed 12th May 2017. 

Author: Living Life Our Way

NP and home ed mum, conservationist, nature lover, blogger, SEN & MH advocate, ex teacher. ~Don't think outside the box, think like there is no box~

116 thoughts on “My & Me Jewellery – Turning Children’s Artwork into Beautiful Silver Charms ”

  1. I would choose the scribble heart charm bracelet it’s so personal and something you could keep forever x

  2. I’d choose the single charm necklace for myself. I’d love to wear some of my son’s unique artwork!

  3. I would get my nieces and nephew to design a picture for my sisters 40th Birthday present

  4. I would love to choose the gorgeous disc charm bracelet for my step daughter with a pic created by her 3 little children

  5. They both wonderful but, if I was lucky enough to win this gorgeous prize, I would choose a silver heart for my mum, please.

  6. Scribble on my Heart Charm Bracelet, and I would keep it until my granddaughter is old enough to have it, she is only 1 month old at the moment

  7. I’d take one of my daughter’s works of art (maybe of our family)for me. These are so special.

  8. Heart shape is my favorite, I’d have it for myself (that sounds so selfish lol) – with my daughters drawing on it!

  9. I’m going to be greedy and keep it for myself 😂😁 I would have to choose the heart, that way I would have it close to mine 😊

  10. I truly love this. This would make a fab present for any parent, grandparent if godparents and aunts and uncles too. Such a retaile little thing. Well I think I may get my daughter to design something for her dad, seeing as Father’s day is not too far off.

  11. I love these, especially the charms, I’m not sure how I would choose which piece of art is most deserving of being kept forever. I think I need to start going through it all with a thought about what would look best on jewellery

  12. I WOULD ASK MY ELDEST GRAND-DAUGHTER TO DRAW ALL MY GRANDCHILDREN AND IT WOULD BE FOR ME 🙂

  13. I would get my daughter to draw me her favourite drawings of flowers and have this myself.

  14. OMG, this is quite possibly the best thing Ive seen in a long time. I would love a necklace, I would pick a picture that my little drew of himself when he was about 4 years old. Too cute!

  15. It is my Mums 60th in December so I would ask my Niece and Nephew (her Grandchildren) to design a bracelet charm for her. I love how personal this is x

  16. i’d keep it for myself id love a picture that my son as done he will only draw cute little ones for a bit so would be great to cherish one.

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