Instead of fabric, this is embroidery on paper. It is not something new but in fact, has been around for thousands of years. The materials are practically the same; you will use the same threads but you will need to punch small holes in the paper for the threads to go through. In recent years, paper embroidery has become more popular with the increased popularity of scrapbooking.
The designs can vary from simple line stitches which are popular among scrapbooking enthusiasts. For more elaborate designs, you can embroider full thread embroidery on paper as well. Most paper embroidery items are for display purposes or for gifts. Generally, they are not worn or washed.
Here is a simple tutorial on paper embroidery and how beautiful it looks on paper. Check it out and thank you for sharing!
Thanks for checking out our post and you may also check out our other embroidery pattern under the Embroidery category in Craft and Patterns. Enjoy!