This season, give your favorite stitcher the ability to relax and unwind (even if it's just for an hour or two). Cross stitching is easy to do and the repetitive nature of making those Xs is extremely relaxing. Not to mention that stabbing your fabric is a lot more law abiding that stabbing that crazy person in the store line.
1. Subscription Kit
The perfect gift that gives and gives and gives each and every month is a subscription kit. Each month, she'll receive a new cross stitch pattern with all the supplies needed so no running to those crowded stores only see that some materials are out of stock. Each complete kit is delivered directly to her mailbox. And each pattern in my Dandelion Subscription Club is designed to finish within the month so no projects stacking up unfinished.
PS: Order before December 15th to lock in my Founding Members price of $34 each month. Cancel anytime.
2. Cute Wood Easel
What better way to display her cross stitch work than in a cute small wood easel! While these small size easels are in the background, they do a marvelous job of presenting the projects in the hoops with just a touch of lift. Plus they are great for all other small items she would like to display.
3. Colorful Thread Snips
Almost all cross stitchers have those scissors or snips that they reach for during a project. These small snips are durable and perfect for crochet and paper as well although most stitchers keep a tight hold on their thread snips. Just sayin'
4. Diffuser Bracelet
Yes, your favorite stitcher would love a diffuser bracelet like this Live Simply Mini Bracelet and Charliemadison Originals is the perfect shop to get one (or more)! Your favorite stitcher just adds a few drops to the wood beads on the bracelet, glides it on her wrist and she will enjoy the calming effects of the essential oil while she is stitching. Charliemadison is owned by my sweet friend, Wendy, and she donates 5% of every sale to organizations that support military service members and their families. Definitely a win-win for you AND your favorite stitcher.
5. Essential Oils
Since you're thinking about a wood diffuser bracelet, don't forget the essential oil to use with it. Your favorite stitcher needs a relaxing and de-stressing blend for the holidays (and beyond). This oil by Debbie of AromaThyme Aromatherapy is perfect. The Beyond Lavender oil offers a calming yet uplifting blend of Orange, Geranium, Cedarwood, Spanish Marjoram, Frankincense as well as Lavender.Follow