Humane Society Craft Day

Posted on November 17, 2013. Filed under: Art, Just Fun | Tags: , , , |

Humane Society 1Can you find Mr. Naughty in the craft supply bins?  I popped to the basement for something and when I came up he had that red goose feather trim out of the box and already chewed!  I had to shoo him away almost the whole time I worked.

Yesterday was my day to put together items for the boutique at the Washington County Humane Society Festival of Trees:

Saturday, December 7th and Sunday, December 8th at WCHS

Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for senior citizens 60 and older and children ages 3-12

It is a lot of fun and a great kick-off to the holiday season.  Unfortunately for someone like me, who doesn’t like to rush the season, this means I have to get going a bit earlier like now to get ready for it.

Here’s how my efforts ended up.  Everything is animal-oriented, with a lot of dogs and cats sprinkled in.  I hope someone wants to buy this stuff.  The animals need the financial support.

Humane Society 2

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I see Mr. Naughty! So cute! We went to the animal shelter yesterday, just to visit with the pets. My kids like to go there every now and then, since I have yet to get them the puppy they’ve been asking for.

Great idea! Many shelters will take families as volunteers to do dog walking. Maybe you could check that out, provide a needed service because the dogs are better behaved for potential owners if they’ve had time outside, and give your kids their dog-fix!

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