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Kitty Witch Hat

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Halloween is my favourite time of yr, and I all the time attempt to get my cats into the spirit, too. I whipped up some enjoyable witch hats to do that yr. These are fairly easy and are supposed to simply relaxation on high of the cat’s head — hopefully lengthy sufficient for a cute picture op! Fortunately, my cats are fairly tolerant (though they get a tad aggravated with me). But when your cat doesn’t like issues on her head, these make cute Halloween decorations, too.

halloween witch hats

What you’ll want:

Massive piece of black or Halloween-patterned craft paper
Ribbon (with no wire)
Drawing compass

Tape or glue


Use your compass to measure about three inches out from the nook of your paper, then lower out this triangular piece.

Roll this piece right into a cone form, and glue or tape it closed.
Go across the backside of your cone and lower 1/Four-inch slits into the underside each half inch, then fold them outward.
Use your compass and the remainder of your paper to make one other circle that’s about three inches in diameter. This would be the brim of the hat.
Place the cone on the middle of the brim circle and hint round it, then lower that inside circle out. You might have to regulate the scale of the inside circle a bit, however the aim is to suit the cone snuggly by way of the circle so the perimeter you chop catches on the circle. Glue or tape the bent edges to the underside, creating your hat. You additionally may want to regulate the scale of the hat brim to suit onto your cat’s head. (These ears can get in the way in which!)
Enhance your hat with ribbon, Halloween stickers or anything you want.


  • Adam Johanson

    Adam Johanson is an animal lover and a blogger at Panelpets. He writes regularly regarding pets and how to take care of them, as well as general news stories about animals. When he isn't writing, Adam can usually be found playing with his two dogs or cuddling his cat.