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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Tenth Day of Catmas


 Emo Kitteh is emo.
 This is just not catching on in popularity with the Feline Overlords
 Anyway, I was over at The Thriftress, and I just loved her wreath yesterday. Really. Pink and aqua.
We traded a little smack talk in email, and she said she still had leftover ornaments.
Wait. So do I.
*Cue the epiphany*
And I happen to have this old, old grapevine wreath that I spray painted silver last year, plus some wire, scissors, and wired beaded garland.
Golly, kids, what should we do?????
 Start clustering some ornaments, twist them off, and wire them to the wreath.
I'm not going to hot glue them because this is going on the front door, and hot glue often melts in the hot sun.
Eat your frozen hearts out.


 Wire them to the grapevine and weave the garland in for some added sparkle.
Just a little added glitz.
Remind yourself to ask the hubs for some fresh photos in the morning, because this color representation is like the Kansas scenes in the Wizard of Oz.





10 comments:

Kim K. said...

This northern blogger, picked up on that 'dig' about the hot sun in the doorway...hee hee. Beautiful wreath.

Sarah @ The Pumpkin Patch said...

Sunny, I love you! Thanks for being my friend and constant support. Oh, and that wreath is beautiful and elegant. I love it.

Dharma said...

hmmmm...glue melting on your Christmas wreath. LOL I caught that too ;) Nice, but you do need a better pic, Kansas it is.

Michelle L. said...

Oh, man. This is so lush! I love this technique of clustering the ornaments. Oh, I always wanted to live in those Kansas scenes, the technicolor was too much for me!

The Thriftress said...

GORGEOUS! And thanks for the love!
Sarah

Heather@myeverydaygraces said...

Very nice, Sunny. I have been enjoying your Catmas series... even though I haven't been commenting:) Keep up the good work, and yes, it is very cold here. Supposed to get 6-8 feet of snow in the mountains!

Military Martha said...

you're really enjoying ticking the cats off, aren't you? lol

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

bahahha! the Kansas scenes from Wizard of Oz!!! I love the wreath no matter what color it's showing up.

Shabbygalsnest said...

I really like that wreath! Not sure if I would have the patients! Traci

lisbonlioness said...

Basement kitteh lacks holiday spirit. Looks like somebody dropped a house on his sister! Love the wreath, a classic beauty. There's no place like home!