I figured there was no way I would ever get my cat into a costume even when she was a little kitten. So I decided to go ahead and do a photo edit of her when she was little to make her into a fairy.
Just a little bit about my cat, we found her on the street with her siblings when she would barely fit in the palm of my hand. We figured that someone had abandoned them, and we took them home to take care of them. This little one had both eyes closed shut and full of burrs and ticks. We nursed them back to health and was able find an adopter for her brother. Unable to find a home for the other two (and who could resist them), we decided to keep them as a part of our family. Now a couple years later, they are happy and healthy.
I used Pixlr to make my kitten into a mystical fairy and this is how I did it.
Step 1: Remove Unwanted Objects
Click on the Clone Stamp Tool and the options for adjusting the tool are located underneath menu bar. You want to use 100% Opacity. Then pick an area that you want clone. To do this press "ctrl" & click your left mouse or touchpad button. Then go to the area hat you want removed and press your left mouse button. You may want to move the area you clone so that it blends properly.
I removed the piece of string and part of a pair of pants from the picture by doing this.
Step 2: Adjusting Brightness & Contrast
To adjust brightness or contrast, go to adjustment under the menu and click on Brightness & Contrast. Then a box will pop up where you can adjust these two options. I wanted mine dark so I brought the brightness down.