Monday, December 16, 2013
Last Minute Christmas Decorating (and Drinking)
Step 1: Get some Cat Wine. Sometimes cat wine appears at Kroger, and I found the orange cat wine at World Market this year.
Step 2: Drink the wine. Cat wine is smaller than regular wine, so you can totally knock this out while you watch the greatest Christmas movie ever made: Batman Returns.
Step 3: Rinse out the bottle. Don't forget to shake it like a Polaroid picture--or like a Snapchat for you damn kids--to get most of the water out. Lay the cat down on a towel to dry.
Step 4: Embellish. Give your cat a yarn or ribbon collar. In honor of Brian's favorite colors, I have used some navy blue yarn to attach an ornament to the orange cat.
For clear glass cats, get some miniature lights. Rice lights might be too small to fill up the whole cat, and the effect isn't as bright. I used a string of 20 Christmas lights from A.C. Moore. Carefully feed them into the wine bottle. If the lights get stuck, use a pencil to slowly push them further in or pull the bulb back out and try feeding it in again.
Once all the lights are in the cat, the cord may be a bit short. Be flexible with cat placement or get an extension cord.
Step 5: Set up Decorative Christmas Cat in a place that needs more Christmas cheer and open another bottle of wine to celebrate.