Largess: The Art Of Regifting
|Largess Display “Back In The Day”|
Anyone may give largess, but as a scribe or book artisan, I suggest these things to display and present.
- You might make: paint brush carrier or holder, beginner paint kit, notecards, bookmarks, blank border scroll, scroll carrier, notebooks, medallions, narrow-woven braid or cords.
- You could buy and give: Bristol board pads, pergamenata sets, period-like u-shaped scissors, and inkwells.
Including your handmade largess in a display is an excellent chance to show your quality work to a wide audience, including Royalty. With your name and group visible for all to see you gain name fame.
With your largess gift possibly being given to anyone, there are things to consider and maybe avoid. Scented items give some people headaches or make them sneeze. And many among us have food or drink allergies.
Largess takes regifting to a new level. It’s planned, crafted, organized, displayed and appreciated by the giver and the chain of receivers.
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