Cross stitch wrap {printable}

I love cross stitch but it’s so time consuming! Cross stitch on a computer is much quicker (Three cheers to Ctrl+c & Ctrl+v)!

Hope your Christmas plans are coming on a treat ^_^ (I’m starting to enter ‘panic mode’).

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Printable Cross Stitch Wrap

Cross Stitch Wrap Printables
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Click links below to open the pdf’s. The designs will print out nicely onto A4 paper and are only suitable for little gifts (but we all know the best things come in small packages).

Deer
Snowflake
Crown
Invaders

If you interested in seeing more designs then check out my
Gems & Crystals wrap
Halloween wrap

Happy wrapping =)


 

 

51 Comments Leave yours

  1. Magda #

    Thank You! :) and Happy Holidays! ;)

  2. Thanks for posting this lovely wrapping paper!
    (And thanks for the idea of making cross stitch designs on the computer!) Nienke

  3. This is so adorable!

  4. Joan #

    Love these!!! Thanks so much for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

  5. Thank you very much !! It’s so original :-)

  6. Kate #

    Thanks all for the kind words x

  7. Thank you again :-)))

  8. Maria #

    Hi, at the moment the crown link is not working… Thanks for such nice things!!

    • Kate #

      whoops…all working now…thanks for letting me know :)

  9. kate these are SO awesome! definitely using them for our white elephant gift exchange party this year, and maybe even a few small gifts for my husband! :) Thanks for the printable.

  10. You’re always coming up with some beautiful prints! I love it!

  11. These are so pretty! Love the ones with snowflakes and deers!

    I have made some paper ornaments using your templates. Take a look on my blog if you want to see them. :)

    • Kate #

      They look lovely Høytrykk. Especially love the squared paper. You even managed the star – hurray!

  12. Hi Kate!

    Love this and all your printables. I don’t know if you’ve answered this elsewhere (I checked your about and comments on other posts) but what kind of printer do you use? The quality looks amazing!

    • Kate #

      Hi Emily. It’s just a regular Epson inkjet. Nothing fancy. Prints b+w really well not so good with colour (that’s why all my prints are in black and white!). When I print I use the following settings: ‘grey-scale’ and ‘text and images’. Hope that helps.

      • Hi Kate. That’s super helpful, thank you!

  13. Kate I love these – especially the crowns. I have some neon ribbon that I think will go perfectly.

    Thanks for making my holiday wrapping a little bit cooler!

    (And I just linked to it on my blog http://curlybirds.typepad.com/curly-birds/2012/12/a-crafty-christmas-in-3-weeks-or-less.html#)

    • Kate #

      Ahhh…thanks Helen. Neon ribbon sounds fab. Hope all well in your part of the world and hope the girls are well x

  14. Majeral #

    Thank you so very much for sharing.

  15. Kathy Peterson #

    I can’t seem to get this to work. When I hit the deer, snowflake, crown or invader button it just sits there blank. Am I doing something wrong? I am in the United States. Does that make a difference? Sigh. I am not very techy. Does that make a difference?

    • Kate #

      Hi Kathy, can you right-click on the link and select ‘save-as’…

  16. Thank you for sharing, this is so cute!

  17. Thank you so much for posting these! They really helped add a personal touch to my gifts this year, without the additional headache of laying out the design myself. Will link!

  18. Isabel Smith #

    I was wondering if i could use your pictures in my blog. I would like to link your blog to mine.

    • Kate #

      Of course Isabel, that’s fine ^_^

  19. Thanks! It´s simply and genius! .)))

  20. Great gift wrap I love your printables, really cute!

  21. Great! Thanks for sharing :-)

  22. Mary #

    Hello Kate!
    I send an email to you 5 days ago but you might not have got it so I write to you here.
    they day I saw these lovely cross stitch gift wraps, I made a few of them myself with different snowflakes and the Christmas tree. I would love to share it with you and other users but I don’t know how to do it as they are in my computer and not on the web!
    help me out here!
    thanks!

    • Kate #

      Hi Mary,

      So sorry I didn’t get your message. My web host has been a little flakey over the last week or so – not sure whether that’s the reason that I didn’t get it :(

      Do you have a Pinterest account? You can upload your files there and then everyone can see. Let me know if you do set one up and I can take a look ^_^

      I might set up a flickr group account so people can upload their crafty photos…I just don’t have time to do this until after Christmas. If this is something you might be interested in then let me know.

      • Mary #

        Hi Kate!
        So glad you answered! no I don’t have pinterest nor facebook or… I made PDF files and I can send them to you and you can put it in this page, but here on your site there’s no option of attaching anything when you send an email.

        • Kate #

          I have replied to you by email ^_^

  23. SO utterly beautiful! You are awesome to share this. Will be using this definitely!

    • Kate #

      Thanks Nataliya *^_^*

  24. Thanks for these great gift wraps! <3

    I linked these to my blog (http://omavalkoinenkoti.blogspot.fi/2012/12/ristipistopaperia.html), I hope that's ok for you?

  25. Thanks for sharing these lovely little papers. I haven’t seen this sort of thing since my oldest son was a kid. He used to stick paper in the typewriter and hit keys until the paper came out with pictures on it. No preplanning or anything. It always amazed me. Your patterns brought back the memory. I’ll find something to wrap up for him in some of this :) He’s 44 now and likely can’t do it anymore.

    • Kate #

      Sounds like fun Karen! I remember people doing similar things on PC’s when they didn’t do much other than type! I want an old typewriter to tinker with ^_^

  26. Jaya #

    Thank you!
    the idea is really cute..
    will make very cute favor bags!

  27. Darin #

    Many thanks for these – I think I’ll stick these on a thumb-drive and see if I can get them on A3 at work too :) (unfortunately I think that mnight be after Xmas, but hey, there’s always next year)

  28. Marianne #

    This is so nice! Thank you very much.

  29. j #

    ty

  30. Shannon #

    Invaders is perfect for my Hubs for Father’s Day. Thanks so muc!

  31. Hi ! just wondering what kind of paper you use?

    • Kate #

      Hi Winny,

      Just regular printer paper!

  32. Absolutely lovely!!!!!
    Thank you very much for sharing:*
    Greetings!

  33. Lovely prints! I see a present that will fit these beauties just perfectly. Thank you!

  34. Sally #

    Thanks.
    Perfect!

  35. Many thanks for this wonderful printables :-)
    Liebe Grüße
    Angela

  36. Thank you for this! I tiled it on big paper for my plotter so that I can wrap my husband’s gift. I know he will appreciate the Space Invaders wrap!

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