The design features two ladybird beetles on leaves (known as ladybugs in the USA). Each ladybird could also be used to make a smaller card.
This product is a PDF file for you to download and print. For information about buying cards and thread see the tutorials section.
The design comes with a numbered diagram, a pricking pattern, and step-by-step instructions for hand-stitching your greetings cards.
The pattern size is 152 x 104 mm (6 x 4 inches).
Ease of use: 4
About PDF files
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