Wedding Embroidery Kit
Embroidered cards are a great way to show someone how much you care about them. They're also a great way to commemorate a special occasion like a wedding. With a little bit of time and patience, you can create a beautiful keepsake that will last a lifetime. These wedding card embroidery kits come complete with a pre-printed design and instructions for easy DIY. Simply choose a sentiment tag, hand embroider the design, cut out the flower shape, write a note on the back, add a silky ribbon and seal it in an envelope. It's that simple! They're easy to create and look beautiful when finished, as well as being completely suited to beginners who have never embroidered before!
A standard kit comes with one flower but you can also choose kits containing two or three, handy if you have a few people to thank or congratulate! They are versatile little cards that come with the choice of 3 sentiment tags, so a useful addition to any card drawer! Choose from:
- Thank You
Each wedding embroidery kit is wrapped in tissue paper and presented boxed, branded with the product image on the front, making it ready for gifting.
This embroidery kit uses a whipped backstitch which is an easy variation of the simple backstitch. Full illustrated instructions are included.
The Cosmos Flower
Cosmos symbolise devotion, faithfulness, friendship, harmony, peace and stability making them the perfect flowers to use on cards for many life events.
Premium John James needle
Appletons, British tapestry wool
Habotai silk ribbon (s)
A6 sized digitally printed card(s) (with pre-printed template)
A4 sized ilustrated instruction leaflet
Needed but not included
Scissors or craft knife
Leah Nikolaou is a Mixed Media Textile designer who enjoys works from her home and garden in rural Somerset where she grows many of the flowers she uses in embroidery collections. Cosmos are a particular favourite that she has used in many designs and not just this wedding embroidery kit. Her embroidered wedding favours are also very popular. Read more about Leah Nikolaou.