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Some like it hot!

For individuals with a “fiery” attitude or who enjoy the “spicy” side of life express it with this hand stitched capsaicin molecule. Capsaicin is the active component that makes peppers spicy hot.

“Hot Stuff” is the perfect addition to any desk, cubicle or kitchen purchased for yourself or as a gift for a special person in your life especially chefs or anyone who loves to cook. It is a wonderful conversation piece and can be purchased without the words “hot stuff” for increased intrigue. PLEASE WRITE WITH WORDS OR WITHOUT IN THE COMMENT SECTION.

Stitched on white Aida cloth with red embroidery thread this piece can be purchased ready for framing (frame not included).

Size: 4 x 6

Place a custom order if the following changes are requested (no additional cost):

1)Different choice in embroidery thread color or Aida cloth
2)Molecule only

Have a special scientist or geek in your life? Contact us for a custom stitched molecule that represents the important work they are studying for their thesis, dissertation, or post-doctoral work!

Cross stitch designs and patterns are copyrighted by Elite Artisans LLC. They may not be reproduced for sale without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. They may be posted on social media with proper referencing with the following link:

CAPSAICIN-HOT STUFF (red capsaicin molecule in chili peppers wall or desk art)

$10.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Color: Red
  • Materials: aida cloth, embroidery thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 29 reviews
  • Favorited by: 45 people