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Naantje
« on: November 06, 2012 12:53:16 AM »

I made this nameplate for the birthday party of our friends who recently bought a house together. In the Netherlands, many, many people have some sort of tile next to their door with the names of the people living in that house, which I find cute. I know my friends didnt have one yet, and I thought they might appreciate to get one.



This is a 20x25cm tile, painted with porcelain paint, and I can tell you one thing for sure: our alphabet is NOT easy to paint consistently. I had to take multiple tries on our own letters way more often than on the elvish script!

The script at the bottom is their names in tengwar, Quenya-style. (Tengwar are Tolkien's Elvish Runes) The round thing in the upper right corner is "Love" in circular Galifreyan. I know both of them love the Lord of the Rings and Doctor Who, so I'm hoping this gift will be well-received Smiley
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Taramor
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2012 01:52:39 AM »

Oh, I love it!
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