Friday, December 9, 2011

Merry Christmas From VeeandCo Cross Stitch Designs!

With a dusting of light snow on the ground it's beginning to feel like Christmas here. I hope each of you are enjoying this Holiday Season with your family and friends. Don't forget to thank our troops who are still away from their families. We hope they will all stay safe and be home soon.

VeeandCo has a few new small designs for you to stitch up for your tree plus 5 new little needle threaders.

Gingerbread Ornaments...
Nothing looks better to eat then this lil Gingerbread cookie. He is joined by "Home For The Holidays" gingerbread boy.
Stitch Count... 56X64 and 46X61 Both designs included..PDF $7.25..Hard Copy..$8.50


Not A Creature Was Stirring?
Little do you know what goes on around your Christmas Tree when you are fast to sleep :) The little mice rearrange your lights for you and the kitty peeks in to watch. I'm not sure that's all the cat plans on doing though :)
Stitch Count... 64X63 PDF $5.00 Hard Copy..$6.75


Monthly Snow Globe Series... January...PDF $5.00 Hard Copy $6.75
This is the last in our monthly snow globe series. Be sure to check out the other months at VeeandCo Cross Stitch Designs


New Needle Threaders
We have 5 new needle threaders to offer you. A cute little gingerbread, a pretty poinsettia, Christmas gifts ready to be opened, a delicate blue dragonfly and for you tea pot collectors a beautiful blue tea pot. There's no better way to thread that floss then with a smile on your face. See the entire collection of threaders at VeeandCo Cross Stitch Designs
Each threader is $8.25 plus shipping.


If you see something that you would like to order just email at virginia@veeandco.com

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and hope to see you in the New Year!
Vee

3 comments:

  1. Love all the new designs, especially the gingerbread one.

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  2. These are beautiful, Vee!! Nobody designs a more adorable ginger than you!

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  3. You actually make it appear so easy with your presentation but I to find this topic to be really one thing that I think I might never understand. It sort of feels too complex and extremely wide for me.

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