Thursday, July 19, 2012

Rosettes As Symbols Of Accomplishments

Like the medals and trophies, rosettes are symbols of accomplishment. Throughout civilizations, these things are used to commend great achievements especially during contests. When we were little kids, Rosettes are awarded to us when we did well in class. More often, these are what are given to us during the science fairs when our inventions are able to wow the judges. In town fairs where contests on the biggest produce are usually held, these are also seen being pinned to the winning item. Rosettes, has become an undeniable accessory when it comes to rewards and recognition.

Rosettes are circular in shape with a flower-like design. It has actually been around since time immemorial. It has been initially used to design funerals or tombs of people, most especially prominent figures like queens, kings, and emperors.

No one really knows the exact path of the evolution of these things. Nowadays, anyone could make Rosettes just by following tutorials on you tube or manuals. All it takes is a little bit of creativity and you are well on your way to creating awesome Rosettes. Art papers could be used in making these. Since they come in different colours, one could already choose to use one shade or perhaps combine various ones for a more vibrant look or feel. One may need to use scissors and glue in making them. All in all, the cost in making will perhaps be cheap.

For those who choose to purchase them instead, there could be a lot of places where one can buy them. Perhaps the most convenient is making the purchase online. All it takes is a debit or credit card and one cal easily make the purchase within a few clicks. In the UK, the price of Rosettes that can be bought online can range from 1.75 to 1.95. Some designs consists of 3 tiers while others, which are usually for second place below could have two to only on tier.

The usual component of a Rosette for the first place is the colour gold. Symbolizing elegance, the said colour could be found usually in the middle of the Rosette. Some use it to design the sides or the tiers. Most commonly, it is used to mark 1st on the Rosette to better indicate the rank of the individual to which it was given.

Rosettes are simple but powerful things that can indicate triumph. It can come in different colours, sizes, number of tiers, and many more but it will forever be that simple symbol that everyone can understand.

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