In the loop
No one will be surprised when I tell you that Christmas time is my favourite time of year. While autumn is my favourite season overall, I can’ t deny that Christmas is my favourite holiday. Ihadan extraordinarily happy childhood, and my parents made valiant, wonderful efforts to ensure my Christmas es were magical, and they always were.
I also met my husband because of Christmas! In Utah, we live din neighbouring towns during high school, and we both were cast in a local production of‘ A Christmas Carol .’ He played Young E benez er Scrooge, and I played his love interest, Belle, in the scenes about Christmas past. Belle and Young Ebenez er had a kiss st aged, but I had never kissed anyone before! So Spencer, my now-husband, wasmy first kiss! It wasn’t‘ real’, but the story is still pretty good.
Christmas is also a great time for Stitch People! We get extra busy during this season, as I’m sure you can imagine. Stitch People portraits make phenomenal Christmas gifts. They’ re the perfect mix of thoughtful and thrifty.
If you have the drive and the time, you can make your Christmas gifts for your friends and family for just a few dollars or pounds a piece! They are time intensive, as any cross stitch er knows, but there actions you see from your loved ones when they receive these lovingly crafted gifts are totally wort hit.
Last year, a Stitch People fan posted a beautiful video on our Stitch People Community page on Facebook. It was a video of her mother opening the Stitch People portrait this fan had stitched for her. The portrait was detailed and large, showcasing each member of the family in a beautiful frame.
Them other’ s reaction was so touching. Tears welled up in here yes as she lovingly examined each character in the portrait. Then she was overcome as she thanked her daughter and said “This must have taken you so much time!”.
Like I said–there actions you get when you give Stitch People portraits as gifts are so worth it.
I hope this beautiful holiday season fills your homes with love, light, and laughter. And if you’ re thinking about stitching a Stitch People portrait as a gift this season, please be sure to post your work and the photos and videos of there actions you get! We love to see them. You can also visit Stitch People. com to snag a DIY Stitch People book that will save you tons of time planning your portraits. As always, please feel free to reach out to us with any questions at email@example.com. Merry Christmas! Lizzy