The birth of a baby is always a cel­e­bra­tion. And on hol­i­days they always give gifts.

What can you give a new­born?

Very often, many needle­women or cre­ative moth­ers face such a ques­tion. Some­times you don’t want to buy some­thing banal, but you want to do some­thing spe­cial, cre­at­ed with your own hands.

Embroi­dered chil­dren’s met­rics are very pop­u­lar in this kind of prod­ucts. But want to offer you one even more inter­est­ing and unhack­neyed idea. You can embroi­der not only met­rics, but also pho­to frames.

The essence of such a prod­uct is very sim­i­lar to the embroi­dery of chil­dren’s met­rics, but instead of an inscrip­tion, a frame is embroi­dered, where you can lat­er paste a pho­to of the baby. Hov­er, you can also add an inscrip­tion. And if you arrange the fin­ished embroi­dery into a beau­ti­ful baguette or just a frame, then such a gift will def­i­nite­ly not leave any­one indif­fer­ent. And most impor­tant­ly — make it unique.

Where can I find frame embroi­dery pat­terns?

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What to give for Teacher's Day?

Such cross stitch pat­terns for chil­dren’s frames of the brand e‑PATTERN you can buy on Wild­ber­ries. For the exam­ple below, will show two such schemes, for a boy and for a girl.

Cross stitch pattern “Frame for a boy”

• Num­ber of col­ors — 10

• Size in cross­es — 51x51

• The size of the fin­ished image (approx­i­mate­ly) — 9.25x9.25 cm

• Can­vas type — Aida 14

• Type of thread — Gam­ma

• The schema lan­guage is Eng­lish.

Cross stitch pattern “Frame for a girl”

• Num­ber of col­ors — 12 (11 + 1 blend)

• Size in cross­es — 61x45

• The size of the fin­ished image (approx­i­mate­ly) — 11.07x8.16 cm

• Can­vas type — Aida 14

• Type of thread — Gam­ma

• Dia­gram lan­guage — Eng­lish

As you can see, it is quite pos­si­ble to make an inter­est­ing and unusu­al gift for a year or the birth of a child, espe­cial­ly if you love and know how to embroi­der. Just buy the scheme you like, find the nec­es­sary thread codes on sale and enjoy needle­work. All schemes have a key with a code and the com­pa­ny of the nec­es­sary threads, so you just have to find these codes in needle­work stores. We try to use only pop­u­lar and afford­able com­pa­nies in our schemes.

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What to give a man for 35 years?

We wish you pleas­ant cre­ativ­i­ty!