Rosette ribbons: celebrating success in an original manner

Written by Andres Bryant. Posted in Family

When having a family, afterschool activities are part of your everyday life. As a parent you want your child to have access to a wide range of fun and educational activities. Each child has a gift, a passion and it needs to be explored. Enrolling your child in all sorts of activities is a good idea and so is rewarding him or her whenever winning or performing at a competition part of that activity. A way of showing your child that he did great at a competition is to award him with rosette ribbons. Instead of buying the traditional rosette ribbon, you could do something else. You could search the market for something special, something that would indeed represent your joy and happiness. You might be wondering how this could be possible. What should a different rosette ribbon look like? Here are three ideas you could consider.

Patterns: an important issue

  Usually rosette bows come in a particular colour like red or blue and even yellow. If you want to show your appreciation differently and really make an impression, you could choose a bow with a pattern. This would be a great approach. You could go for polka dots, red and white patters, as well as black and white, particular holiday patterns if the activities have anything to do with those holidays and so on. You can choose from all sorts of patterns. Simply try to be creative and you will impress your child.  

Fabrics: less visible, yet very important

  Fabrics are a detail which interests you more than anyone else. Some fabrics are more time resistant and you could hold on to that rosette ribbon for a longer period of time. Satin or organza are two wise options and on top of being time resistant, they are also quite elegant, which is another plus.  

Message: go for individuality

  A rosette ribbon usually keeps score of the place earned by the wearer at a certain competition. That is why usually on these bows, number one, two or three are written on the bow. Instead of doing what everyone is already doing, instead of following an example, why not go for something personalised? Some online providers offer customers the option to personalise the ribbons. You could write any kind of message on the ribbon, a message you know would make your child happy and proud, letting him know that he is doing just fine!  
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