Teacup Cards Cross Stitch – Leah Nikolaou

teacup cards been embroidered by a lady's hands.  Gifts and embroidery kit contents inthe background.
handmade teacup card displayed on a table amongst gifts, paper decorations and plants.

Teacup Cards Cross Stitch

Regular price
£22.00
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£22.00
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Personalise With Cross Stitch Letters

Teach yourself embroidery with this crafty tea cup kit.  These cross stitch tea cup cards are easy to make and would look lovely hanging up on a wall or sitting on a shelf.  It teaches you how to make a tea cup shape using a simple stitched outline and how to personalise it with a cross stitch letter.  The first step is to trace out the lettering onto the card using the sheet of tracing paper provided.  Next, use the soft cream tapestry wool to embroider the detail, then simply write a message, seal and send.  They’re great for birthdays, anniversaries, thank you notes, or just because; And are a great gesture to show somebody how much you care.

The crafty tea cup cards are A5 in size and printed on an eco friendly brown kraft paper with vegetable oil based inks. The wildflowers are printed in black and are flowers Leah has grown and collected from her garden.  The paper is soft and durable making stitching the paper extremely therapeutic.  As they’re stitched all in one colour it also allows for a lovely rhythm of stitching without lots of stops, starts and re-threading of the needle.

Each embroidery kit is wrapped in tissue paper and presented boxed, branded with the product image on the front, making it ready for gifting.

Embroidery Stitches

This personalised embroidery kit uses a simple back stitch and cross stitch.

Kit Contents

2 x A5 size cards & envelopes to fit

2 x skeins of Appletons British tapestry wool

1 x Premium John James needle

1 x A4 sized instruction leaflet

You will Also Need But Not Provided

1 x pair of scissors

ARTIST

Leah Nikolaou is a Textile designer who enjoys works from her home and garden in rural England where she grows many of the flowers she uses in her pressed flower embroideries. Browse her paper embroidery collections of cards and keepsakes all suitable for novice embroiderers as well as bigger embroidery projects.