Kitty cat face pnt



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Kitty cat face pnt

This week has been very busy. Between teaching 4 classes, doing my online courses, and the weekly cleaning and cooking for a small amount of people, the last thing I wanted to do when I got home at night was get messy and play. But since I’m a huge cat lover, there was no way I was going to miss the opportunity to get some pnt on my feline friends faces. With a new year starting, I wanted to get in the New Year right.

The cats are all home at the moment, and their faces are pretty smudged. I’m not worried though because they are already out of their crate, they are very friendly animals and we don’t lock them up at night.

Here’s the befores:

And here’s the afters:

They all look super purrrfect!

How to get the perfect kitty face pnt:

You will need:

· cat mask (I chose the black and white cat mask, but any will do)

· white cat face pnt

· black cat face pnt

· black paw print face pnt (I used a black paw print that I spray pnted black. However you can also pnt a black cat paw print, and then do the black mask over the black paw print to get that exact print effect.)

Step 1: Make sure you have all your supplies ready to go!

Begin by removing the mask from the cat’s face and carefully place the mask face down on the table. Apply two coats of white face pnt, being careful not to get any pnt on the mask. Be sure to let it dry for about an hour or two.

Step 2: Pnt the top half of the cat’s face.

After the white cat face pnt is completely dry, carefully place your black face pnt and carefully pnt the top half of the cat’s face black. Be sure to let it dry for about an hour or two.

Step 3: Pnt the bottom half of the cat’s face.

After the black cat face pnt is completely dry, carefully pnt the bottom half of the cat’s face black. Be sure to let it dry for about an hour or two.

Step 4: Pnt the top and bottom of the cat’s paw prints.

After the cat paw print is completely dry, use a pntbrush to pnt the top and bottom of the paw print. Be sure to let it dry for about an hour or two.

Step 5: Let the cat pnt rest a bit and dry!

Once your face pnt is dry, it’s time to give it a few days of rest before posing the cat. While the face pnt is still drying, give the cat a playdate with his or her best friend, or a game of hide and seek with a stuffed animal. Then, it’s time for some creative posing!

Happy pnting!

*You can read more about the DIY cat face pnting tutorial at I Heart Faces.

Happy Face Pnting!

Did you make this? Let us know in the comments below!

If you want to see more awesome cat face pnting, check out these other posts:

How to Play “Fetch” with a Cat (and Make Great Cat Face Pnting Art)

How to Make a Really Easy Cat Face Pnting!

Learn How to Make a DIY Cat Face Pnting Tutorial

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