Made in Britain
can be personalised
This personalised embroidered heart would make a wonderful gift for a new baby or to celebrate a christening or special birthday.
Each fabric heart decoration is handmade to order and can be embroidered with your choice of name or initial, making it an ideal gift for any occasion, such as a baby's 1st birthday, naming day or as a 'thank you' bridesmaid keepsake. It would also make a lovely alternative to a door plaque and is the perfect hanging decoration for a little girl's nursery, bedroom or playroom.
Embellished on both sides. Your choice of name or initial is appliqued on the front. The back features a small heart, where a personalised message or a special date can be embroidered.
Choose between cream or pink fabric.
Names of up to 7 letters can be accommodated. All letters will be in capitals.
This item can also be gift boxed, complete with ribbon and gift tag for that extra special touch. We can deliver direct to the recipient if you prefer. Please click the 'gift options' box at checkout, where you can add a message to go on to the gift tag.
Cream heart is handmade from medium weight brushed cotton. Pink heart is made from light weight unbrushed cotton.
Embellished using raw edged applique with freehand machine embroidery, which is like writing/drawing by hand using the sewing machine as a pencil.
Filled with polyester stuffing, dried lavender can be added if you wish to give your heart a wonderful subtle scent.
Approx size: 17 x 17cm. Gift box approx size: 23 x 17 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.
Please click on 'see seller's complete range' to view our other personalised gifts and co-ordinating cards.
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