PAPER PLATE BLACK CAT
Written by: Amanda Formaro
[Amanda Formaro is the crafty, entrepreneurial mother of four children.]
Isn’t he cute? Here kitty-kitty! This black cat won’t bring you bad luck and he’s a fun project for Halloween.
What You Need:
- 1 paper plate
- Black paint
- White craft glue
- 2 large green wiggle eyes
- 1 small pink pom-pom
- Pattern [click for pattern]
What You Do:
Tip: Colored wiggle eyes are available at your local craft supply store.
- Paint the backside of the paper plate black and let dry.
- Turn the plate over to the unpainted side. Cut out the body using the pattern. Cut out the tail and head from the remaining plate. Set scraps aside.
- Use tape to attach the tail and the head to the back of the plate, using the photo as a guide.
- Glue on wiggle eyes and pink pom-pom for the nose.
- From the scraps of black plate, cut 6 thin whiskers of equal length and glue to the cat’s face.
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