I was about half finished with "One Nation" when, due to boredom with the project, I noticed that my stitching mojo had died; I hadn't stitched in over a week and I didn't want to stitch! So I chucked "One Nation" in a drawer and started "Moonlit Kitties," a Mill Hill beaded kit. I was originally drawn to this design because of the bright colors and cute kitties.
I've never stitched one of these before and find it interesting. This is a very complete kit and it has plenty of supplies. It came with everything including a floss and a beading needle. I purchased the frame for it also as DH probably won't have time to make one in the near future.
I don't mind stitching on the perforated paper, except when stitching on the far right of it; my hands aren't large and I end up turning the paper 90 degrees to reach that side. Here's a picture of my progress. It didn't photograph well, maybe because the perforated paper is sitting on a white background? The paper is a much darker color - nearly a navy blue.