Welcome trick-or-treaters and Halloween guests with a litter of black cat pumpkins. These carve-free kitties are easy to craft, making them a fun project for older children or small kids with a little help from a crafty adult.
A little crafty decorating transforms chocolate-covered fruit balls into cute black cat pops purr-fect for a Halloween snack. Use fruit leather for the kitties' ears and noses, and piped white chocolate for their eyes and whiskers.
Sometimes you can find teacups or mugs with so much personality, they make your teacup garden. This oversized cat mug offered the perfect vessel for a garden filled with charming faux mushrooms and an array of multicolored plants.
When planning your holiday gift list, don't forget your favorite kitty. Turn basic craft materials into a Christmas-themed spinner wand that will encourage hours of playtime. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
Sometimes the cup (or mug) makes the garden. This whimsical teacup garden was inspired by the oversized cat mug that contains it and provides instant fun to a mix of variegated plants, some faux-trees and miniature mushrooms. All add up to a one-of-a-kind garden sure to delight a child or a cat lady (or guy).
This cat-approved guest bedroom submitted by HGTV fan susiehomemaker is filled with shabby chic finds from consignment stores and the Internet. The cottage-style bedroom incorporates blue and white floral linens and a charming gallery wall of plates.
Steele's cat has the run of her charming 1910 Atlanta bungalow and has even had design features added for his needs including widened window sills for cat naps and hours spent birdwatching, carpeting that isn't too looped to hide accidents and scratching.