I actually made this last summer when I was doing a ton of experimenting with home patina and alcohol inks, just now getting around to parading it out. Whatcha think?
I used a raw brass frame setting that we sell at our site at http://www.bsueboutiques.com I did my vinegar/salt home patina thing (see the recipe in past blog posts or go to the site and look under PROJECT IDEAS on the home page for the link to the Gallery of Patina Designs, there are actually a couple of links there that will tell you how to do it....easy and NON TOXIC). I did the patina thing to the maple leaf, too.
Then I dabbed with burgundy and blue Adirondack alcohol inks til I got enough pigment to take onto the brass (sometimes it needs a little 'tooth' so if you do this on brass you have NOT patina'd, you might want to steel wool it a bit first). When I got it so that I was pleased with it, I heat-set it with the embossing gun (we sell them at the website) and then I finished it with Renaissance Wax to seal it. (We have that available, too!)
Hole punched 'em, set a rivet and wired through, now it's a lovely pendant....but I just like looking at it so much as it is, I just haven't taken time to make it into anything specific yet.