// caturday # 21 //

circus black cat

Circus Black Cat Original Hand Painted Folk Art Doll Sculpture by Jo James of Cart Before The Horse

“This sweet circus kitty is hand sculpted out of wood and paper mache clay then entirely hand painted. His chunky stand is solid wood, keeping him steady on his feet. A one-of-a-kind, Circus Kitty is signed and dated by the artist– Jo James”

I came across these darling folk art sculptures on pinterest and just had to share!  Of course you all know I am a HUGE devotee of cats,  but I am also kinda nutso for Hallowe’en (and when I say ‘kinda nutso‘, I mean  more of a fanatic) so this tickled me pink!

The shops name is Cart Before The Horse, contemporary folk art by Jo James.

Here are a  few more pieces that tickled my fancy that are perhaps a tad more affordable if you don’t have a larger budget to invest in beautiful handcrafted  artwork…

Day of the Dead Skeleton Doll Ornament- Original Folk Art // Printed and Stuffed Cloth

Day of the Dead Skeleton Doll Ornament- Original Folk Art // Printed and Stuffed Cloth by Jo James of Cart Before The Horse

Big Bad Wolf Jointed Articulated Paper Doll DIY Craft Original Folk Art

Big Bad Wolf Jointed Articulated Paper Doll DIY Craft Original Folk Art by Jo James of Cart Before The Horse

Halloween Pumpkin Jack O'Lantern Banner Garland Bunting Ornaments Decoration Original Folk Art DIY

Halloween Pumpkin Jack O’Lantern Banner Garland Bunting Ornaments Decoration Original Folk Art DIY by Jo James of Cart Before The Horse

Cheshire Cat Ornament-- Original Folk Art Doll-- Printed, Sewn, and Stuffed Fabric

Cheshire Cat Ornament // Original Folk Art Dol //Printed, Sewn, and Stuffed Fabric by Jo James of Cart Before The Horse

I hope you adore these as well!  Happy Caturday!

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