Adventures and Tea Parties: Embroidered Cherry Brooch

Confession time. My Etsy favourites are out of control. I want to buy all the things. I have a serious crush on handmade.

So, when Joanna from Adventures and Tea Parties got in touch with me after I’d been obsessing over her hand embroidered Cherry Brooch, I almost bit her extremely creative hands off (figuratively speaking)!

Joanna’s Etsy store is a treasure trove of embroidered goodies including brooches, hankerchiefs, rings and pendants. She’s even super organised with Christmas brooches already!

Adventures and Tea Parties

Each item comes in a sweet little box wrapped in ribbon – perfect if you’d like to gift an item. I adore pretty packaging and knowing there is something even prettier inside is a real treat.

Embroidered Cherry Brooch

The embroidery detail on the brooch is so neat and gorgeous. The brooch pin is super sturdy and not flimsy at all, like some shop bought mass produced brooches can be. The handmade quality is tip top. I can’t wait to wear it on a black cardigan to brighten an outfit.

Fabric Cherry Brooch

What pleases me so is that the cherry brooch joins all my other handmade brooches on my cake stand accessories display.

Claireabellemakes Brooch Collection

I’ve now got my eye on the embroidered necklaces including this sweet ice cream sundae pendant and sewing machine pendant.

Ice Cream Sundae Necklace

Credit: Adventures and Tea Parties

Embroidered Sewing Machine Necklace

Credit: Adventures and Tea Parties

I can tell that each and everyone of Joanna’s pieces are made with love and attention to detail, making them incredibly special and unique.

Be sure to check out Joanna’s shops on Etsy and NOTHS. She also writes a fabulous blog about her creative adventures and business journey.

Toodles!

Claire

NB: I was sent the brooch in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.

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9 thoughts on “Adventures and Tea Parties: Embroidered Cherry Brooch

  1. Hi Claire. This is a lovely post. I’ve just checked out Joanna’s blog and I’ll definitely be following it from now on – she has a great set of posts, particularly the recent one on no-sew window coverings! great feature x

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