Tis safe to say that my 'Puss on a Bus' has been a bit of a flop.
I am well aware that Foxes are the in thing, and therefore they will be the most popular of my critters, but I have also had to face up to the fact that since I put my Kittys on buses, they have gone off the boil.
I liked the buses I cannot lie, but being the business tycoon that I am (I'm actually not), I knew that I must address the dwindling sales problem sooner rather than later.
Badger in a Bag does not rhyme but this is only down to the fact that the word badger is really lacking in like sounding words, one must not always rely on made up words.
The word cat however, has so many options, kitty not so good.
I have always been rather partial to brick patterned paper, originally used in the very beginning of my critter box design. I figured I would revert to my very first box.
This bought me to 'A Cat in a Flat
|shadows created by sun...shocking I know|
I am going to add some street/flat names to the front of the box. The word 'Mews' is a favourite at the moment.
You will also notice that I have created some Tom cats. Being the proud owner of a tom cat named Bill I was concerned he would feel that I had a preference, if you know what I mean.
The Ginger tom was a must after reading A Street Cat Named Bob. If you haven't read it yet, you absolutely must. I am Bob mad!
So, what do you think? Better packaging?
Do you like my Toms?
I have made a few ready for a fair next month. It is one that I haven't been a part of before so I am very excited. It is in Didsbury, one of my most favourite places. I will tell you more nearer to the time.
Thanks for reading. x