Kitty is taking time out of her busy plotting and planning schedule to enjoy the sights, smells, tastes and warm cozy napping fires of the season. Before Christmas came upon us, she was planning on setting sail as a pirate. Now she's gonna wait till after Christmas. Smarty-pants knows good thing!
To get into the Christmas spirit, Kitty decided to deck herself out with a wreath. Be a real pretty girl for a change.
After wearing a pinecone wreath around her neck for a day or so, she realized it was very limiting VERY pretty, but dog gone problematic. It severely hindered her ability to reach her food dish or curl up on her soft bed. Heck, she couldn't even jump up on the kitchen table to annoy the family the ultimate of cat annoyances. There's no fitting under the Christmas tree to play with the dangling bulbs. She can't run away when her cat brother (StayBehindCat) wants to chase. No way to get her ears scratched on demand.
Just stuck sitting and being photo pretty. It's on the same level as wearing 6 inch spike heels a great look as long as you are sitting. Oh it's so hard to be the pretty girl. Being pretty has its price I guess, Kitty! (eye roll).
So anyway Kitty begged for me to take this photo quickly and get the dang festive wreath off her. I hung it in the doorway instead. A much better place for a scratchy pinecone wreath anyway.
Have a wonderful Christmas and holiday season.
Love Escape Kitty
I used the Dusty Attic snowflakes for interest.
This was made using the Scraps Of Darkness December Kit - Winter's Eve. Based on the sketch of Charlotte - suepup. She is proud to be the Mascot Designer and author of her own blog. The kit is packed with such amazing papers and fun embellies. It's very diverse and can fit into any scrapping style preference. Come check out the fun.
I also added Mandy's ( Craftysprinkle) amazing stick pin in the snowflake cluster. wow - it's stunning and she does a great job with her stick pins.
The check out Kitty's blog for close-ups and other crazy antics.
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