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"Won't you be mine?" Isn't that the question we all ask on this important date of love? Give to your Valentine or decorate your home for Valentine's Day! Shimmering with glitter, this classy stitched and framed work of art will brighten a spot in your home as you anticipate this special Valentine's day!
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•Fine-tipped black or brown felt tipped pen such as a “Zig” (0.5 mm) - available at craft or scrap booking stores, or a sharp pencil
•Printed stitchery pattern at the end of this eBook
•15" x 15" section of white or ivory fabric for stitching
•15" x 15" section of thin quilt batting such as "Warm and Natural" or "Warm and White"
•10" x 10" square frame (a size close to this will work)
•Hot glue and glue gun
•9 3/4" x 9 3/4" square section of poster board
•fine pink or red glitter (I used Martha Stewart's "tourmaline" color)
•fabric glue (I used Martha Stewart's decoupage glue and sealer)
•small flat paint brush-with bristles about 1/4" wide
•small foam paint brush-about 1" wide
•one skein of DMC floss that coordinates with your choice of glitter (I used #3350 to match the tourmaline glitter)
Items contained in this eBook may be printed, and are intended for personal use. Any reproductions, digitizing, or sharing of the pattern, instructions, photos or other contents of this book via internet or otherwise, are prohibited without written consent from Needle in a Haystack. Any items intended for commercial gain must give design credit to "Needle in a Haystack", and are limited in number. They may not be mass produced. Please contact me at email@example.com for details
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