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Creative Corner

CreativeCorner LogoWelcome to the TICA Creative Corner! On this page we aspire to nurture the imagination with art, crafts, and activities for creative cat lovers. This is a friendly community for creative adults, parents, kids, and teachers.

We love to share achievable ideas that make nurturing creativity EASY and FUN! Check back every week to find a new activity and remember to email your creations to newsletter@tica.org so we can share them with the rest of TICA’s world.


 

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Current stay-at-home orders make shopping for that purr-fect Mother’s Day gift quite challenging . What better way to show your cat-loving mom how much you love her than with DIY cat-inspired jewelry. In this video you will learn how to make a ring, jewelry dish, and ring holder using just clay, paint, and glue.

Easy Air-Dry Clay Recipes

Don’t have any clay at home? Try one of these three easy air-dry clay recipes using just flour, water and salt.


 
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You’ll look PURRfect with this cute felt cat bag. Thanks to Anisenko DIY, this video will show you how to make this bag with just a few supplies. You can also substitute the material for any you have handy, even an old shirt! Happy crafting!


 

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If you love cats then you’ll love this YouTube video that will teach you how to draw a basic cat sitting. Don’t think you have the talent? Well, if you can draw basic shapes like circles, then you can draw a cat! Thanks to Art a la Carte, this video will show you how to draw a sitting cat using gesture drawing. This activity is great for kids and beginning artists. They show you step-by step, so you won’t miss out. Happy Drawing!


 

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Last week, the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began advising everyone to wear face masks in public. 

Surgical masks aren’t ideal for hospital use with COVID-19 because they allow tiny droplets to seep in through parts of the mask, but they’re helpful for those of us venturing out in public to buy groceries or run errands.

To help even the most craft-impaired, we offer this no-sew mask tutorial that requires only a T-shirt and scissors.  A study of homemade face masks by SmartAirFilters.com found that cotton T-shirts and cotton pillowcases are the best at-home materials for making DIY face masks, based on their ability to capture particles yet remain breathable, and that they perform comparably to surgical-grade masks.

When making your mask, please keep in mind that the edges of the mask should fit snuggly against the skin. Happy Crafting!


 

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DIY crafts: SOCK CAT - Innova Crafts

Do you have a sock that has a hole in it or one that you’ve outgrown? Don’t toss it in the trash when you can easily turn it into a cat stuffed animal.

Click here to learn how to make a feline stuffed animal out of an old or abandoned sock. No need to go out and buy supplies, all you need is an old sock, needle and thread or glue, two buttons, a marker and scissors.

Remember to email your finished creations to newsletter@tica.org so we can share them with the rest of TICA’s world.

 


 

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DIY Cat Bed from Cardboard

Looking for the purr-fect place for your cat to take his afternoon nap? Try making this cute and easy cat bed. A cardboard box, glue, and paint or markers are all you need. The sky’s the limit as far as how creative you can get.
 
Snap a picture of your creation and send to newsletter@tica.org so we can share them with all your TICA friends.

 
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14 DIY Cat Lovers Craft Ideas

Learn how to make cute plush cats, purr-fect slippers, cat ear hair ties, meow-worthy bookmarks and many other fun crafts using many supplies you can find around the house.
Snap a picture of your creations and send to newsletter@tica.org so we can share them with all your TICA friends.

 

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