I agree, unless they are live meeses in my house. When I was very young, a new Mom, we lived in an old brick house that had terrible mouse problem.... We did not want to use poison, so we trapped and trapped. By Christmas, we thought we had trapped every last one..... One night, while gazing at our freshly cut and decorated Christmas tree I glimpsed an ornament move. A MOUSE had climbed the tree, crawled out on a branch and was having a little snack of popcorn that I has so carefully strung!! More traps, and that was one mouse that did not see the new year.
This year there are new mice on the tree, and I have been having a lot of fun making them.
Wool sweaters scraps again. It's no wonder I can't throw anything out, I used the smallest bits for these mice.If you love meeses to pieces, leave a comment, just a few words is okay, I will be having a drawing on Christmas Eve to give away a Christmas mouse to hang on YOUR tree, or whatever.. They all have little loops on their backs to insert an ornament hanger. Don't give this mouse to your cat, there are tiny beads and a jingle bell that would be sure to cause indigestion. SO comment for your chance to win! ____________________
Post Script: Yes, that is a purple mouse! I like him.