Supplies - make sure your main supplies are of the same color!
Pipe cleaners (2 pieces)
Thick-width lace trim
Thin-width (about 1/2”) lace trim
Decorative mixed lace Ribbon Thin headband
Fold the pipe cleaner in half and sandwich your headband in between the ‘prongs’. Twist to secure. Gently shape the two prongs into a cat ear shape - it may be easier to draw your cat ear shape on paper and then shaping the prongs by following the drawing. Twist the two ends, making sure the pipe cleaner ends are facing up so they won’t dig at your scalp. Repeat this step to make another ear.
Cut a bit of lace and sandwich it between the two prongs. Glue it to one side and then trim the excess.
Glue your lace trim bit by bit - I found it easier to dab a bit of glue every centimeter or so, sticking the part of the lace (do not pull it taut, add a bit of excess) and then going back to the excess and sticking it down with a bit more glue to create a ruffled texture.
When that’s all done, stick down the other fuzzy ear side to hide all the glue seams and make it look clean.
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