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7 things you never thought you could embroider on.

Some days you just feel like you have to be creative – now. And if you don't have what you need at home, it all falls apart. 


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This might sound weird, but did you know you can embroider on bread? It alost sounds to strange not to try, right? The bread might not stay fresh for that long, but it will definitely be a conversation starter. You can basically cross stitch on anything you find, so why not try on something you can find at home?

Here are a list of 7 things you can try to embroider on. 

1. Waffles
2. Toilet paper
3. Banana peel
4. Tortilla bread
5. A Hotdog
6. Your office chair
7. Bag of chips

Nothing can stop you and your creativity, just go for it and stitch away on the nearest thing you can find! 

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