Made in Britain
can be personalised
This pair of personalised Mr and Mrs egg cosies are a great fun gift for married couples. Perfect for weddings, anniversaries or valentines.
Make breakfasts a special occasion, especially the morning of your anniversary or honeymoon, by personalising those perfectly cooked eggs. Don't forget that the second wedding anniversary is cotton, making these a great gift to celebrate two years of married bliss, or to celebrate a 4th (linen) wedding anniversary.
Beautifully handmade by milly and pip, this pair of egg cosies can be embellished on the front and back.
One cosy is apliqued with MR on the front, the other cosy is appliqued with MRS on the front.
For an extra special touch, the back of the cosies can be embroidered with your own personalised message, which is stitched around either a heart or a star (If no personalisation is required, the backs will be blank)
Available in 2 colours. Cream with red trim and cream with blue trim.
The pair of egg cosies can also be gift boxed, complete with ribbon and gift tag.
We can deliver direct to the recipient if you prefer, please click the 'gift options' box at checkout, where you can add your message to go on to the gift tag
Handmade using heavyweight brushed cotton linen and fully lined to keep eggs extra cosy.
Embellished using raw edged applique and freehand machine embroidery, which is like writing/drawing by hand using the sewing machine as a pencil.
Sponge clean only
Approx size: 12.5cm x 11.5cm. Gift box approx size: 23cm x 17cm x 4cm
As this product is handmade to order, please take note of our delivery timeframes.
If you would like to purchase this item, but have left it too late, you can choose to send a gift card. This lets the recipient know that their gift is being made and will be delivered shortly. Your gift card will be posted within 2 working days and can be sent to you, or direct to the gift recipient.
Matching tea and cafetiere cosies are also available, please click on 'see seller's complete range' to view these.
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