Purrfectly Brilliant Cat

Purrfectly Brilliant Cat

Purrfectly Brilliant Cat
Purrfectly Brilliant Cat
This image courtesy of annmakes.blogspot.com

From the Designer: "Turn plain wood into a Glittery home Decor piece in a short amount of time with Testors Craft! See how I transformed the unfinished wood cat to decorate in my own studio/office. Using acrylic based Craft Paints helps the project develop quickly. Simply paint, let dry, paint some more, and let dry. I used the plain kitty made of thin wood, two colors of acrylic craft paint, an acrylic jewel, some crackle medium, and the New Brush On Glitter paint from Testors."

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy

Materials List

  • One wooden cut out cat on base
  • Acrylic craft painting black (Testors Craft)
  • Acrylic Paint in pink (Testors Craft)
  • Testors Craft Intense Glitter Paint
  • Plaid Crarckle Medium
  • One acrylic green jewel or gem


  1. Paint cat and base with black paint, let dry.

  2. Paint in floral carvings in pink. Let Dry

  3. Paint on two coats of Intense Glitter Paint from Testors. Let dry in between coats.

  4. Glue Green eye onto cat. While Glitter paint is wet (it will hold the gem in place)

  5. Apply a coat of the Crackle Medium only to the base. Let dry.

  6. Paint on a thick coat of pink paint to the base. The paint will crackle as it dries.

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Uhm. This is literally the only craft I need in my life right now... even though I know my actual cat would knock this down without remorse.


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