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Valentine gift Bunny with heart brooch Felt brooch Felt pin Textile brooch Funny Valentines gift Hand embroidery Gift for her Valentines pin

This Cute Bunny is looking forward to meeting its loving owner. It can decorate her coat, jacket, blazer, scarf, hat or purse and put a smile on her face for a long time!!! Felt hand embroidered pin will be a great Valentines gift for a loved one! Size: 6cm x 9cm (2.36 x 3.54) - 3.54 is the total lengh with straightened bunnys ears Gift box: 6cm x 8.5cm (2.36 x 3.35) Felt brooch is made of felt and filled with soft holofiber to create volume. Hand applique. Red felt heart. Bead…

Brown Cup Cozy, Mug Cozy, Tea Cup Cozy with Red Heart and Wood Tree Branch Button

Very interesting way to do applique! Crochet Brown Cup Cozy, Mug Cozy, Tea Cup Cozy with Red Heart and Wood Tree Branch Button for sale by Golden Lucy Crafts on Etsy.

God is Greater Than the Highs and Lows Vneck Women's Unisex Tee Custom Shirt Style Boho Top

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American Girl Sandals - Shoes Handmade White with Red Trim

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One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden crosses have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade cross has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each cross represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden hearts have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade heart has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each heart represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…