Here is another lovely graduation platter I made for a dear one. The year 2016 was an extremely bustling year with companions graduating from universities. I tried making exceptional presents for each of my companions moving on from universities to show that they are so imperative to me. This specific companion graduated with a bachelor in nursing degree. We were extremely pleased with her. The plate utilizes outlines with syringes, stethoscope, and Band-Aids. The hues are exceptionally lively and alive. I cherish the result of the plan on this plate. Materials 1. Paint (gold, red, brown, black) 2. White plate ( can be purchased at dollar tree) 3. Paint brush Instructions 1. Draw the design that you prefer 2. Color the design s 3. Highlight with black paint 4. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes ( 350 degrees)
Instructions: 1. Draw the design of your choice 2. Color the designs 3. Highlight with the black paint 4. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes (350 degree)
Nurses are extremely extraordinary and have an awesome measure of effect in the general public. I recently made these beautiful frames for a girlfriend who just finished nursing school. It was a charming approach to demonstrate that I am extremely proud of her for making it this far. The frame consists of my favorite messages about nurses which I got from online.
Designing a fruit platter is always a nice way to welcome your guests for festivals and parties. This furit platter was designed for my sister when she was pregnant. Her guests all enjoyed the fruits and loved the design that was done with the fruits.
Christmas season has arrived. Here is a delightful cap/hat to run with your infants’ closet to praise the occasion. This is a wonderful hand crocheted child cap/hat themed for Christmas. The type of yarn used for this item is red heart savor, in the color combinations of green, red, and white. If you want this hat in a different size please inbox me with the measurements. I will try my best to accommodate with your request.
here is a lovely graduation blessing box I made for my younger sibling for her high school graduation. I purchased a medium box from a neighborhood store and utilized money to decorate. I used single collapsed bills around the side of the crate in straight lines. on top of the box I utilized larger bills to make a blossom outline with beads around the inside.