Saturday, December 13, 2014

An Ugly (Dog) Sweater Holiday Card, and Where to Find My Guest Post

As you may be able to see, I finished both of my dogs' ugly sweaters in time for a Holiday Card, in addition to finding them some glorious headpieces (Torrie has the giant bow, as she was an early Christmas present, and Keisha has the forward-facing antlers with a glare in her eyes). I think other than the main (bigger) pic, my favorite is this one:

Keisha is clearly planning my imminent demise, while trying to hide her pink sweater. And people think cats are evil masterminds? If Ernst Stavro Blofeld were alive today, he would be stroking Keisha's fur as he clicked the trapdoor button with his foot.

In Other, Semi-Related Holiday News:

I did a guest post on Becca's blog (I'm Lost in Books) for her Holiday Extravaganza where I show how to make some bookish ornaments with your favorite book quotes or your yearly Goodreads reading stats, There are also TONS of giveaways for her Holiday Extravaganza, so even if you aren't interested in my crafty ways, you should stop by. Because my giveaways are nonexistent, as of the present.

                      Until Sunday,


  1. YOUR DOGS ARE SO CUTE!!!! I love dogs :D Wow you actually made the sweaters? That's amazing! Don't worry, I don't think it looks bad on them. It's great ^_^

    Jillian @ Jillian's Books

    1. Thanks! Keisha didn't like hers that much, which I gathered from the glare-fest she threw my way. I used one of those loom knitters to make them, and my first ever dog sweater I made a few years ago turned out like a giant oven mitt, but these are actually wearable/bearable for them to use.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Jillian!
      ~Litha Nelle

  2. What a cool ornament idea! I'm definitely going to have to try this for next year when I have my own place and tree. *___*

    Also I just wanted to say that your dogs are adorable!!!

    1. Thanks- I've always had a tiny tree, even while living in the tight quarters of my grandparents' basement, but hadn't thought of making bookish ornaments until this year.
      And thanks about the dogs too- I think their egos are the size of direwolves about now.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Jamie!
      ~Litha Nelle


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