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Does your cat like to mess with your Christmas tree and its ornaments? These quick-and-easy ornaments are safe for the cat, and will alert you when the cat ...
You will need: -- Some plastic easter egg halves. (Sparkly ones are more ornamental) -- Some stiff bell wire (a strand of cat-5, or solid-core telephone wire works ...
Cut the wire into 3-4" length, one strand for each ornament. Poke the wire through the jingle-bell and twist-tie it on.
Using the small drill or a push pin, poke holes in the tops of the Easter Egg halves. Heating the push pin carefully with a match or lighter ...
Poke the wire and bell through the shell and pull up snugly.
Loop the end of the wire around a finger, and twist-tie at the base.
Hang the ornaments on the Christmas tree, towards the bottom of the tree, and on the outer limbs.
All done! Very few ornaments exist that actually encourage your cat to play with them. If you're not wanting your cat to play with the tree, these can ...
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