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How I Came Up With My Embroidery Designs About Self Love and Why I Want to Share Them


Embroidery has been a hobby of mine for a few years now, and I love creating designs that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also carry a positive message. Recently, I started creating embroidery designs centered around the theme of self-love. In this blog post, I will share how I came up with these designs and why I want to share them with everyone.

The Inspiration Behind My Designs

As someone who has struggled with self-esteem issues in the past, I wanted to create designs that would remind people to love themselves and to be kind to themselves. I started by brainstorming different quotes and phrases that resonated with me, and then I began sketching out different designs that would complement those phrases.

One of my favorite designs features flowers with the words "Healing Era" stitched inside. I also created a design with the phrase "Self Love Club" surrounded by hearts and a smiley face. These designs not only serve as a reminder to love ourselves, but they also add a cute and colorful touch to any garment.

Why I Want to Share My Designs with Everyone

Embroidery is a form of art that is often seen as outdated or reserved for grandmothers. However, I believe that embroidery can be a modern and meaningful way to express ourselves. By sharing my self-love embroidery designs with everyone, I hope to inspire others to use embroidery as a way to spread positivity and to express themselves.

In addition, I want to break down the stigma surrounding self-love. Society often tells us that it's selfish to love ourselves, but I believe that loving ourselves is crucial to our mental health and well-being. By displaying these designs in our homes, we can create a more positive and loving environment for ourselves and those around us.


Embroidery is a beautiful and versatile art form, and I am excited to share my self-love designs with everyone. I hope that my designs will inspire others to use embroidery as a way to spread positivity and to remind themselves to love and be kind to themselves. Let's break down the stigma surrounding self-love and create a more loving world, one stitch at a time.


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