Use black fuse beads for the body and yellow or green for the cat's eyes. The eyes will be even more effective if you have some "glow in the dark" beads! The cat also looks good on a background of dark blue or orange beads.
Cat crafts of all sorts, for children of all ages! We've got black cats for Halloween, cat masks, cuddly cats for pet themes...
Some kids love to dress up as animals, and a little one dressed up as a kitten is always cute. A black cat is, of course, perfect for Halloween too.
Isn't this cat mask gorgeous? Very straightforward to make, it involves painting, cutting and sticking - so it will keep the kids busy for a while and they will love every minute! Just make sure they don't put the mask on before it is absolutely dry...
Here's the perfect mobile for children who love cats! Print out this 4-page pdf file. Cut out the shapes carefully, then match them up in pairs and glue them together back to back, sandwiching a length of fishing line or thread between them.
Who could resist this little Halloween cat? Make a collection of Halloween felt toys to keep him company!
You will need:
I had this brilliant idea that the kids and I were going to make a spider mobile My idea was to use a paper plate with wool hanging down attached to spiders who were climbing down.
This cute origami cat is probably the easiest of our origami animals, so it is perfect for beginners.
We have quite a collection of these little cats flying around on the front of our fridge on broomsticks at the moment! They make the perfect witch's cat for Halloween, but are cute enough to be enjoyed all year round.