25 Beautifully made minirosaries perfect for baptism favors or communion favors. They are small rosaries made in elegant imported off white acrylic pearls in 6mm round smooth beads. Featuring the image of our Lady of Guadalupe on both sides of the center piece , it’s a solid center piece matching a solid metal crucifix that measures 1″ inch tall and. 1/2″ wide , accents are gold plated. They measure just a bit over 4.5″ inches long. They are not bracelets, they are mini rosaries. Si tiene pregunta con gusto le atenderemos .
Cute Nursery Art!
Sentiment meets design in this
adorable poem. From Baptisms or Christenings
to First Communions or Confirmations, our print is perfect for children, grandchildren &
godchildren of all ages.
The stunning gold foil design will add a whimsical touch to any bedroom or nursery!
When you shop with Ocean Drop Designs, you’ll receive an original piece of art that’s
as unique as it is beautiful. Measuring 11×14″ and printed in the USA on a thick matt card stock,
you’d be hard pressed to find a print that’s as beautiful!
Why Choose Our Gold Print?
– Perfect for Baby’s Nursery
– Gorgeous Gold Foil Art
– Ready to frame
– Made in the USA
Order Today & Save 20% on Any 2 Children’s Prints!
What Makes Foil Stamping So Special?
This traditional style of letterpress is
coming back in a big way!
How does it work? Rolls of metallic paper called gold leaf
are applied to the desired material in layers using a combination of
heat & pressure. The result is beautiful & adds a touch of charm to
With the use of dies, carved metal plates & foil in place of ink and printing plates, this dry
process takes a little longer than most modern techniques. But because the finished product
showcases a breathtaking design, we believe it’s worth the extra effort!
While it’s seen a recent rise in popularity, foil stamping is not a new process. It
evolved from ancient Egypt where hammers were used to beat gold into thin sheets. These
sheets were then used to embellish sacred objects.
At the start of the 19th century, printers began fixing gold onto rolls of paper, transforming
them into rolls of gold. Gold foil was eventually
introduced in the 20th century, paving the way for the process of foil stamping as we know