diy embroidery card kitby Laura Trimmell $20.00
- the story
In its early days, fine needlepoint required a sundrenched sitting room, a group of ladies in restrictive dresses, and only the solemn ticking of an antique grandfather clock to keep the time. Laura Trimmell's charming notecards make the process quick and cheerful, offering laser cut dots and an included needle and red thread.
This made-by-you set includes five notes that say "I love you," "oh baby," "feel better," "congrats," and "miss you," made bright and sweet by your own stitching. Instructions and matching envelopes are also included. Made in the USA.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
- Item ID
- Made from
- metal, paper, embroidery floss
- 5.5" L x 4.25" W; 5 cards
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
- the maker
My company launched in 2008 and is my way of expressing my visual explorations with the world. Although my work has evolved over the past 5 years, my undeniable passion and satisfaction of working with my hands has stayed true. It is my mission to create handmade and small run goods of highest craftsmanship for you to enjoy. My most recent fascination has been with embroidery. I love the tactile feel of it and how it forces you to slow down while making each stitch. I'm partial to combining materials that don't normally go together, taking a traditional craft in a new direction.
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- q & a
Q and A
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The DIY Embroidery Card Kit is a crafty way to drop someone a line. Would you use one of these cards to send an extra special message?
Vote: Thumbs down!
Just would not bother embroidering on paper