It took me a long time to decide how a Passover Seder plate should look.
Finally, I started working with my gold gelly pen, and it turned
out really well! While the final result looks quite complex, it was not
difficult to draw at all.
I cut the large blue circle using a dinner plate as a template. Then I traced two concentric gold circles at the border (more dinner plates).
I freehanded a wavy line between the two circles. (It's not perfect, but it looks fine.)
In the outer portion of the waves I drew tiny circles. Then I put white dots in
each of the circles, and gold dots in the inner portion of the waves.
For each small round picture I used the same technique, except I used gold dots both inside and outside of the tiny circles.
The star is cut from white paper, with a gold border colored on the edge.