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On occasion, you may find yourself under the constant gaze of your kitty who, at a moment's notice would be ready to jump up and have some fun, ...
Cats find interest in the most unusual items, in this case we are using a material that is readily available, easy to work with, non-toxic and recyclable to ...
1) A clean piece of kraft cardboard;2) Printed or hand drawn template;3) Tape (to secure template);4) A sharp X-acto Blade and handle;5) Cutting mat; (or another sheet of ...
The pre-designed template assumes you are using a 3/16" thick piece of cardboard. If you are using a thinner or thicker piece of cardboard, adjust the width of ...
Using an X-acto blade, carefully score the cardboard along the lines of the template shapes. First trace the image with your blade, cutting through the paper and just ...
A dot of Elmer's non-toxic glue is sufficient to hold the pieces firmly in place when in use!
Assemble the pieces by "Inserting slot A into slot B."
As mentioned earlier, you can create these toys in any shape you can imagine! Once you have gained a basic understanding of the toy's construction, create new shapes ...
"...Hours, (sometimes minutes) of fun!!!Pic below: Oscar, his mouse toy and his tongue...
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