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Free Christmas Greeting Card

Embroidered greeting cards are very easy to make, but are much more touching and personal than store-bought cards. Try it for yourself! This step-by-step guide includes a free pattern you can experiment with. However, you can use the same principle for pretty much all of the designs in our store.

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You will need: a piece of cardstock about 11" x 6 1/2" and universal (paper and fabric) glue or adhesive spray. For embroidery, you will need a piece of organza and water-soluble mesh. We used embroidery polyester threads, #12 embroidery needle, scissors and craft soldering iron (optional).

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Step One: Hoop the organza with 2 layers of water-soluble mesh. Embroider the design twice.

Note: Organza and mesh are rather thin and slip easily in the hoop. To hold the fabric more tightly, wrap the long sides of the hoop with strips of muslin.

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Wash out the watersoluble mesh. Air dry the embroidery.

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Cut away the excess organza. Press the embroidery with steam.

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If you have a craft soldering iron, melt away the excess organza threads.

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Step Two: Fold a piece of cardstock in half. Press the fold line to make a crease.

Step Three: Unfold the card. Place some glue on the back of the embroidery. Position the stitch-outs on the right side of the front of the card, close to the edge. Press with hands. Place under a press for some time to let the glue dry.
Note: The drying time depends on your glue. Read the manufacturer's instructions.

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Step Four: After the glue has dried, fold the card and cut away the paper around the right edge of the embroidery.

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The card is ready. Enjoy!

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