a tree





and a little trouble maker. I did invest in several types of shatterproof ornaments just in case the whole thing falls over, I hope my nutcracker set survives!

I still need to decorate a small tree in the dining room with my stitched ornaments, maybe once the house is quiet for the night.


8 thoughts on “a tree

  1. Your tree is so pretty and I just love your little mischief maker…he/she is so cute and so pretty too. I love Cats.

    Take care & Happy Stitching
    Hugs πŸ™‚ from Stormy Wintery Northern Indiana
    Linda K, Railroad

  2. The tree is beautiful.

    The photo of kitty hiding in back of the tree made me smile. My cat does this every year. She doesn’t play with the ornaments nor try to climb the tree but we have learned to leave a spot just for her in the corner in back of the tree. πŸ™‚

  3. We have a new cat at our house this Christmas, and she thinks the tree is her property! She bats at the ornaments, and sleeps under it. :0

    Happy Holidays!

  4. Beautiful tree!

    No cats in our house but our Airedale knocked our tree over a few years ago (on my birthday no less!) The only broken ornament that I was heartbroken over was my Middle Son’s 1st Christmas ornament (a glass ball that had “Our Millenium Baby, 2000” on it.) All the other really special ornaments survived. At least the stitched ornaments are shatterproof πŸ™‚

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