Wonderlandâs annual Tea Party ball is a venerable tradition, honoring only the most pronounced characters. This year guests of honor will be all the Cottontails, including their cousins: The March Hare, Peter Rabbit, and Easter Bunny and of course White Rabbit.
Such fables are adored by kids, because all the favorite fictional heroes are gathered in one story, making it seem so much more interesting. Machine Embroidery Design The White Rabbit royal trumpeter will beautifully accompany these tales.
This design would look adorable as adornments of favor gifts bags or badge accessories, which parents may don. As guards and attendants of their little birthday royals. Attention to such small details will certainly make a remarkable stand on any special day.
Machine Embroidery Design The White Rabbit royal trumpeter
This design could charmingly bedeck baptismsâ fabric accessories, as sweet fairy-tale heralds of angelsâ blessing. Easter decorations, such as decorative napkins or plate-mats, would acquire whimsical character if this Easter Bunnyâs relative were festooned on them. A basket with ribbons woven around its handle and a decorative napkin with the little trumpeter. Embroidered in its corner, would become an enchanting host for Easter eggs or traditional sweets.
The look of this bunny is a charming combination of cartoonish royal guard decorum and cuteness of a precious fluffy animal. His ears and feet look just like those of a real bunny. But his smart clothes, which highlight his official position in a fantasy kingdom, make him assume a slightly comical mode. The little royal herald enjoys his job very much, it is seen from the way he blows his trumpet. Eyes closed in a revered expression and ears lowered to better hear the tune.
Charming motives of fantastic characters, embroidered on textile pieces, emanate their whimsical vibes in the surrounding background. They are sweet reminders of miracles, which could happen if we let our imagination work.
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Author: Ludmila Konovalova
My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.