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This item sold on June 17, 2013.

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Congratulations, Sunnydale HS Class of 1999.
Also, great job banding together to destroy the Mayor.

I've hand-stitched the classic quote from the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "fire bad. tree pretty" with green & red cotton embroidery floss onto off-white organic cotton with a regular silver-toned needle that wouldn't do me any sorts of good if I came across a vampire. Of course, I don't think a wooden sewing needle would help much more, since it's basically equivalent to a splinter.

But really, if I ever *do* come across a vampire, I probably have more things to worry about than what my embroidery supplies are made out of.

Also - wooden pencil from the first photo is not included with the hoop.

Interested in different colors or a different size? Convo me!

• Stretched in a 4" circular wooden hoop
• Lightweight
• Comes from a smoke-free, animal friendly home

• This item is made to order - please allow up to three weeks for creation, plus extra time for delivery
• The hoop pictured has been sold, but you will receive one made as close to the same as possible - as with most handmade items, slight variances are to be expected

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SALE - Buffy BtVS Hand Embroidery Hoop Art : Fire Bad. Tree Pretty. Quote - Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV Quote Wall Decor


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Fabric, Organic Cotton, Embroidery Floss, Wooden Hoop
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 432 reviews
  • Favorited by: 148 people