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Taylor Swift makes Drake-inspired craft for Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift makes Drake-inspired craft for Ed Sheeran

'STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM:'Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran performing together last year. Swift shows her love by getting crafty. Photo: WENN

The friendship between Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran is well established, but just in case you questioned it, we give you exhibit A: The “Love Story” hitmaker got crafty for her pal and channeled her inner rapper in the process.

Swift created a Drake-themed needlepoint, quoting one of the rapper’s biggest hits in the process. The framed “Started From The Bottom” needlepoint shows Swift and Sheeran climbing the stairs, discussing important topics such as LEGOS and cats.

Sheeran proudly shows off the gift during an MTV special, which is set to air tonight.

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