This cute Owl Always Love You tissue box cover plastic canvas pattern features an adorable owl and hearts galore. It would be perfect to make for Valentine’s Day.
I designed this adorable Owl Always Love You tissue box cover plastic canvas pattern for my entryway table. This time of year, I keep a box of Kleenex there for runny noses. Adding a tissue box cover dresses it up a bit.
This cute Valentine’s Day tissue box topper features an adorable owl with a heart on his tummy on one side.
On the other side is a pretty heart with the declaration “Owl always love you”.
The top features little hearts surrounding the opening where the tissue comes through.
This pattern is quick to stitch and would be a great project for beginners. You can easily complete this plastic canvas tissue box cover in a weekend.
About this Valentine’s Day Plastic Canvas Pattern:
Finished size: The finished plastic canvas project measures 4-3/4″ x 4-3/4″ x 5-1/2″. It fits a boutique tissue box (the square ones).
Plastic canvas used: 7 count
Colors of yarn used: 6
Stitches used: continental (half cross-stitch), backstitching, overcast, and whipstitch).
Materials Needed for this Plastic Canvas Tissue Box Topper Pattern
- 2 sheets of 7 ct plastic canvas
- worsted weight yarn in red, hot pink, light pink, white, black, and orange
- sock weight yarn in black
- plastic canvas needle
- plastic canvas hole / rib counter (optional)
- needle threader (optional)
Get the Valentines Day Tissue Box Cover Plastic Canvas Pattern
The Owl Always Love You Tissue Box Topper plastic canvas pattern is available for purchase as an instant download in the Creatively Stitched Etsy Shop. Get a copy of the pattern here and start stitching today!
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