made in britain
can be personalised
free gift wrap
A lovely handmade artwork made especially for you - this piece celebrates the one(s) you love.
A simplified version of my popular 'Heart Strings' piece, this artwork is made from paper hearts cut from a range of lovely vintage sheet music and romantic poems.
The hearts have been layered and stitched into chains with a single red heart nestled in amongst them. The heart is printed with the words, 'You and Me' but can also be personalised.
This piece makes a lovely present for a wedding or anniversary (the first anniversary is traditionally represented by paper) but it is equally good for for a birth or christening present or a Mother's Day gift.
In the standard version of this piece, the red heart in this artwork reads 'You and Me' and it comes with no text underneath the hearts unless requested.
To make the piece extra special, you can choose to personalise the heart and/or add a line of text underneath the hearts.
To personalise your red heart just provide me with a short phrase or the name(s) of your special person or people such as Rebecca and James, or My Special Husband, My Wonderful Mum, First Wedding Anniversary etc.
To add personalised text underneath the hearts such as names and dates of a wedding, anniversary, christening etc. Just type your text into the box provided.
You can choose to have the text in handwriting style or antique book style, see image of red hearts.
If you have any questions at all, please just get in touch.
Each piece comes with a special gift card and can be gift wrapped on request.
The frame is available in white or black.
The little paper hearts are cut from unwanted vintage books of romantic poetry and music and stitched into strings. They are then mounted on white card within a surface-mounted antique white paper.
The dimensions of the frame are 25.5 cm square and 4.5 cm deep. It is glazed with 2 mm perspex to protect the paper and sent to you in a specially made protective box. The work is signed on the back. It can be hung or stood on a surface or mantlepiece.