Ornament #22 – Felt Kitty Cat {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}

30 Days Christmas OrnamentsOrnament #22 – Felt Kitty Cat014178323a83826f98bc42b3fecc61873fcf7f7c8d

What????  A cat ornament???

While I generally regard myself as a “dog person”, I had cats growing up and I have a lot of friends that own some adorable felines.  Also when I spotted this little guy on Pinterest, I could resist his cuteness.

The dogs aren’t sure what to make of this.  They’ll tell you all about it at the end of the post.

016a865a9e4d09aaf92809a021e1e3f577fa7e75eaI used light gray, dark gray and light tan felt and embroidery floss with a little bit of polyester fiberfill for stuffing.  I found these Christmas tree buttons that I’ve had for decades and I thought they looked good on these guys.  I used a running stitch on the light gray guy and a blanket stitch on the dark gray and the light tan kitties.

Here are some closeups.



Item #44 – Read Pride and Prejudice.

I know I’m already committed to reading 24 books with Quest46, but I wanted to add this one in.  I’ve watched the A&E version of Pride and Prejudice about 1,000 times and can quote actual lines from the show/book, but I’ve never actually read the book.  Time I changed that.

Question of the Day:  Do you leave the traditional ‘milk and cookies’ out for Santa or some other treat?




Remember to enter the giveaway – here’s how:

1)  Leave a comment on each day’s post by answering my “Question of the Day”.  The “Question of the Day” will be right above my closing.
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2)  Over the course of this blog series, you can enter a maximum of 30 times.

There will be Mini Give-aways on the 22nd and 29th days of November.

  • The winner of each mini give-away will get to choose an ornament from the previous week.  For instance, the winner on the 22nd will pick from Ornaments 15-21, the winner on the 29th will pick from Ornaments 22-28, etc..
  • The Mini Give-away winners are still eligible for the Grand Give-away on December 1st.

On December 1, 2014, I will have a random drawing for one (1) lucky winner.  I will contact the winner for their mailing details and will mail to anywhere in the world.

Links to {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}
Ornament #1
Ornament #2
Ornament #3
Ornament #4
Ornament #5
Ornament #6
Ornament #7
Ornament #8
Ornament #9
Ornament #10
Ornament #11
Ornament #12
Ornament #13
Ornament #14
Ornament #15
Ornament #16
Ornament #17
Ornament #18
Ornament #19
Ornament #20
Ornament #21
0114f08458459795f68e17027c718b2c4c62bf0ed0So you probably know about today’s ornament: A cat!?!?  Personally we think mom is taking this ornament thing a little too far.

Woody:  You know, I still really haven’t recovered from Ellie and Mindy coming to stay.
Mindy:  I think I could be a really good friend to a cat.
Ellie:  As long as the cat stays away from my food, I’m cool.

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6 Responses to Ornament #22 – Felt Kitty Cat {30 Days of Christmas Ornaments}

  1. We did every year until our Jennifer passed away, it was wonderful having someone who believed in Santa for so many years.

  2. Michelle says:

    YOU’VE NEVER READ PRIDE AND PREJUDICE? It is my FAVORITE book besides Harry Potter I’ve read it a thousand times. I love that adaptation though.

    Also, while I never believed in Santa, my parents wanted my little brother to believe, so we left out milk and cookies while he was a little kid. But not for years and years now.

  3. Pam Robertson says:

    I guess it’s cute for a cat!
    We are kind of beyond Santa treat leaving in our house, but we used to for sure!

  4. Cathy Powell says:

    We have grandchildren now so it is back to milk and cookies!

  5. Neil says:

    It is a cute ornament. When I was younger we did leave milk and cookies out for Santa.

  6. Kathy Ryan says:

    We actually have a little stand that Santa’s “goodies” go on – yes, traditional milk and cookies!

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