Here's a peek at the pattern:
Here's one of the finished samples popped into a 5" x 7" frame:
And the second made into a 12" x 16" pillow:
I cut the background fabric for both projects into an 8" x 10" rectangle. To stitch the samples, I used two strands of embroidery floss and a Blanket Stitch for the topmost shapes and a single strand of embroidery floss and a Whipstitch for the stem and the larger, bottommost shapes.
To finish the framed version, I layered the stitched project with a thin piece of batting, wrapped both around the glass that came with the 5" x 7" frame, and inserted the unit into the frame.
For the pillow version, after stitching, I trimmed the background down to a 5" x 7" rectangle and added scrappy squares and strips around it to make it into a 12½" x 16½" unfinished pillow top. I used an envelope closure for the back of the pillow and inserted a 12" x 16" pillow form.
If you'd like to make your own little wool appliqué project, you can find a pdf of the pattern here.