Ah, winter. Although we’re less than halfway through, I can honestly say I’m already counting down the days ’til spring. With the excitement of the holidays over, the winter winds have me ducking for cover inside with a cozy blankey.
One thing I miss most about the warm weather is walking through the gardens. The vibrant colours are a welcoming change from the blank white canvas of winter snow.
It’s amazing how flowers can be so versatile and hold so many meanings. They are used for “thank you”, “I’m sorry”, “I love you” and so much more. Regardless of the reasons behind giving them, flowers are intended to bring joy, so on this Tip Tuesday I am spreading some cheer with these embroidery flower ideas.
The red rose represents love and romance. Instead of buying your loved one roses that will only last a week, embroider them with a flower that will last eternity!
Magnolias are a symbol of stability and grace as they are thought to be one of the oldest species of flowers that exist today. These flowers would be a great accent on a newborn baby’s Embroider Blankey, a gift that will likely stay with them forever!
“She loves me, she loves me not. He loves me, he loves me not”. Have you ever plucked the petals from a daisy in hopes to find clarity in love? These flowers represent innocence and simplicity. Adorable to embroider on any Whatzupwiththat!® Bearwear clothes.
You know who loves these flowers? Our Violette Unicorn Buddy! They represent intuition and dignity. I am sure Violette would look great with a big violet embroidered on her belly!
And last, but not least, is the sunflower. This is one flower that is sure to brighten even the darkest January day. Sunflowers are the perfect flower to embroider on an Easy as 1-2-3 Pillow.
How many more days till Spring again?! The best way to pass the time during these cold days is to start new embroidering projects. Luckily, we have a large selection of products that are easy to embroider!