Yes, that’s a bad pun, if it even qualifies as one. (I’m sure dads the world over are shaking their heads and taking an extra step away from me: “We’d never make a joke that bad.”)
This is just a short one, because I have no real backstory for this, but: just in time for Halloween, I managed to complete “Cat in the Moon” by Handblessings.
This stitched up fairly quickly thanks to the negative space for the moon and the half-cross stitch. I debated leaving the witch charm off because its shiny silver-like finish detracted (in my opinion) from the cat and everything else. In the end, I painted on a thin coat of black enamel paint: light enough that you can still see the relief on the charm, but dark enough to almost “match”. It’s just a shade larger than 4″ square, and makes an excellent addition to my minimalist Halloween décor.
Thanks for looking – I hope everyone’s having a happy Halloween! 🙂
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Aw, nice! I’m always a sucker for anything cat themed 🙂