made in britain
can be personalised
Show your loved one how special they are, with this lovely personalised valentine's card, perfect for a girlfriend, boyfriend, wife or husband.
This handmade embroidered fabric card by milly and pip, would also make a great engagement card, wedding card or anniversary card, it's especially perfect for a 2nd cotton wedding anniversary or 4th linen wedding anniversary.
Would be ideal to frame and keep, creating a wonderful romantic keepsake.
Your chosen names are embroidered inside each heart, with any wording of your choice below.
Words of up to 20 characters can be embroidered on to each line, this includes spaces.
The card is available in 3 colourways.
If you would like your card to be sent direct to the recipient, you can add a message to go inside the card, which will be printed onto a paper insert.
Cards will be sent to the delivery address you select at checkout. If you are sending direct to the recipient, please ensure that the delivery address is correct at checkout.
The card can also be purchased ready framed and would make a wonderful personalised valentine's gift. The wooden frame with glass front is handmade locally by our friendly postman.
Handmade using cotton calico fabric, with cotton linen raw edge applique and freehand machine embroidery, which is like writing/drawing by hand using the sewing machine as a pencil.
The embroidered fabric panel is stitched on to 300gms textured card and comes sealed in a cellophane wrapper with a white envelope.
Blank inside, unless you have chosen to have your message added, which will be printed on to a paper insert. Please note that the card will have no paper insert, if no message is required.
Card measures: 13cm x18cm (Embroidered panel measures approx 10.5cm x10.5cm)
The frame (if chosen) measures 25cm x 25cm
Please be aware, unfortunately we are unable to send framed cards overseas.
Please click on 'see seller's complete range' to see our full range of personalised cards and co-ordinating valentine's gifts.
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