Problem finding original work of art
Imagine it is finally happening. Yes, she will be getting married this autumn with discussions about taking some photos in her wedding dress at the Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, or Royal Botanic Garden. The bridal shower is weeks away from the big day and all the chatters are about gifts. All the ladies, including sisters, aunts, university friends, and of course you, will be aiming to help her ushering a new norm before winter kicks in. One of her former classmate, on the way back from London, got her a rare pocket watch for when she is working on the ward because she’s lost hers running around in A&E, at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, during the height of the pandemic in January. What could you possibly get her as the bestie? What could ever trump the pocket watch? No easy gift to find for your blond nurse friend whose family is originally from Bordeaux and love to holiday in the Caribbean but haven’t been since the coronavirus pandemic started? Well, that’s just it. Qqíhr Merlot Totnissh (blond).
Help her paint the picture
Qqíhr, pronounced like the English word “choir,” is a Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language word which means mono. It refers to a totnissh that has a single or one colour and in this case, it is merlot. The original totnissh is a three colour nigréryn floral cluster Oy’Nissh character and when ducweeurina, or gone through the process of colour change, it becomes a mono. This colour is merlot and is set in on a blond background. The nigréryn looks like a fish and the blond colour can also represent the colour of some of the sand found in the Caribbean. Moreover, Jamaican Oy’nissh Language, or Oy’Nissh, is a constructed language by a person from the region who has just finished compiling the designs. It is the first time in history that a language has been written, form a Jamaican point of view, that uses both an alphabet system called Gwaifermer and a character system called Veeliksa. The characters are the designs and one of them is nigréryn in totnissh form.
The uniqueness of this digital download
Nigréryn means destined and this product means destined to rise above the challenges of life while helping others to do the same. It is original and comes from the designer, Jamaican, who currently lives in Scotland and love working with wedding colours for autumn. You won’t have to wait for long to get the product, all you have to do is download it and get it printed off. It is a great choice because it is a digital downloadable canvas print portrait template and can be printed by a local printer in Edinburgh city centre or nearby. With the merlot colour totnissh, her memories of Bordeaux, her family’s ancestral home, will stay with her on the living room wall in her new home in Newington, Liberton, or Craigmillar.
Well, that’s if she’s a nurse, etc. Otherwise, it is an affordable gift for upcoming weddings but also can serve as gifts for a female relatives or friends whose birthday is in August, September, October, or November.
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