Friday, 3 June 2016

Superheroes



Hello Peeps!


Today is a post for Lego fans
 as I have finally been able to stitch some of these
famous little plastic characters!


After the fun of stitching them,
I put together a Lego themed parcel for Justine's children.
I thought it would be a great surprise for them.


Marvel Spiderman Lego Minifigure
Stitched on 16 count Aida fabric from sew It All, antique white
2 over 1 using DMC threads

Simply framed with colourful background paper





 DC Superman Lego Minifigure
Stitched on 16 count Aida fabric from Sew It All, antique white
2 over 1 using DMC threads




Again, simply framed with coloured background paper



The surprise Lego parcel has been a success.

All goodies have been happily opened
and played with :)


Toodles,
Mii


62 comments:

  1. They are so cute - proudly on display in their rooms and showed off to their dad when he got home last night! Thank you so much for the lovely parcel sweetie - it was a sweet surprise for them and they loved everything!

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    1. Success!! The boys are happy... and I am too :)

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  2. The little superheroes looks great.
    Have a nice weekend, Manuela

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    1. Big Lego fan here, so they had to be stitched! :D

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  4. These are so sweet. Wonderful gifts.
    xxxx

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  5. Adorable! What great gifts Ingrid!

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    1. Thanks Vickie :)
      They were bound to like it, who doesn't like Lego? :D

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  6. Oh the kids must have loved the surprise.

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    1. Oh yes they did!! What a success this little surprise has been :)

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  7. Congrats on the cute finishes Ingrid. I love the way you framed them.

    Linda

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    1. Thanks Linda :)
      You can always rely on Ikea for crafts!

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  8. How thoughtful! Love the stitched piece and what cute frames too.

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    1. Thank you Faith!!
      The frames come from Ikea.
      I was a bit disappointed as they were supposed to be available in green, red, blue & yellow... but only found the white ones when I went there :( It still look ok.

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  9. Une belle surprise pour les enfants.
    Biz

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    1. Oui, tout a fait!
      Qui n'aime pas les Lego??

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  10. Those are so cute! I can't wait to take the kids to the Batman one when it comes out :D Of course....I should clearly state that it is for *their* entertainment that we go to these movies!
    Delightful stitching as always :) A fantastic surprise gift!

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    1. Lol! We are the same here, all the Lego is for my son, not my husband!! ;)

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  11. Those are so cute! Really great stitching and they look wonderful the way you finished them.

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    1. Thank you so much!!
      They were really fun to stitch :)

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  12. What a beautifull stitches!!
    The frames are so great too.
    I love to know where you got them.
    Is your blog changed? normally I get no reply from you in teh mail, but saw that your blog is changed. maybe know I get it.
    I love to know where you got there patterns from.. I hope there are also starwars patterns... For nOha.. he would be in love so much with that

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    1. Hi Annette,
      Only the colour theme has changed on my blog.
      I always reply to all the comments. If you do not receive them, it's because you are a no reply blogger. If you want to read my answers, you will have to check back on each of my posts...
      These patterns were found online, they are free as far as I can see. There were no Star Wars and only DC/Marvel superheroes.

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  13. So cool! Finished off really nicely too.

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  14. How cute are those!! Who doesn't love Legos :)

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    1. My thought exactly!!! Everyone loves Lego :D
      Thanks sweetie

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  15. So cute! I love the way you've finished them :D

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    1. Thank you Sarah!
      Have a lovely day

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  16. Lovely work, stitching and frames, perfect.

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  17. Aww how cute! I'm currently watching a lets play of Lego Harry Potter lol

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    1. I love everything Lego and always love to look at their minifigures. Some of them are really really cool :)

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  18. My son would love these x

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    1. I love them and I'm not a kid :D
      Thank you Ali

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  19. cute stitching, great finishing

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  20. Oh how cute! I like the frame you used and how you finished them, so neat!

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    1. Thanks Gominam!
      I initially wanted to go for coloured frames like red, blue or green but they only had the white version available when I went to get them :( It still look good!

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  21. Absolutely gorgeous, Ingrid. My grandson would be completely excited if he saw that - Lego and superheroes, what a combination for the fans. A great gift for Justine's boys.

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    1. Thank you Brigitte!!
      I really wished I could have kept them :)

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  22. So sweet of you to create such lovely gifts for Justine's kids :) I liked the way you framed those finishes.

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    1. Thanks Preeti.
      The kids loved their Lego surprises, so I'm happy :)

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    1. Oh I know!! :)
      You understand why I had to stitch them, they look so cool!!

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  24. Oh just love them! I'm sure the boys loved them indeed.

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    1. Yes they did! They have sent me the cutest thank you notes :)

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