This sweet black cat craft using toilet paper rolls is perfect for Halloween!
Do you have a kiddo that isn’t into the scary side of Halloween? Or maybe you just need a quick and easy Halloween craft that all kids will enjoy? This super cute black cat craft is perfect for both! It’s a simple craft that is just too adorable to pass up!
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You only need a few basic supplies for this simple Halloween craft, most you’ll already have in your craft supply closet and bathroom! It’s the perfect craft for kids that don’t like things too scary. Skip the creepy crawler crafts and make this easy craft with your kids today! Plus they can even be turned into fun finger puppets for imaginative play and fingerplays when completed!
Toilet Paper Roll Black Cat Craft
Now you have a reason to use all those toilet paper rolls in your craft drawer! You’ll need them for this black cat toilet roll craft! It’s so simple and fun that you can do with kindergartners or preschoolers.
- Toilet Paper Roll
- Black Paint
- Paint Brush
- Googly Eyes
- Pipe Cleaner
- White Chalk
- Construction Paper
The first step in this super cute black cat craft is to paint your toilet roll with black paint. Depending on your paint you may need to do a second coat. Set aside and let dry.
Once the paint is dry then it’s time to shape this black cat. To make your cat ears, fold down the top middle of your toilet paper roll. You don’t even need the glue for this part! Just fold down and you are ready to move on.
Glue the eyes onto your cat craft. Next cut your pipe cleaner into pieces, making whiskers and a small tail, and then glue them onto your toilet rolls.
While your glue dries cut a nose from red or pink construction paper and get out some white chalk. Attach the nose to your cat over the whiskers with glue. The last step is to draw a mouth with your chalk. That’s it! You’re done!
Meow! Aren’t these black cats so cute? They are the perfect (and not so scary!) holiday decoration for your house or classroom. Or use them in pretend play! My kiddos had a great time using ours as finger puppets before we decorated the fireplace with them.
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