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Super Cute & Retro
Another cute Kit Cat project I made just for the competition :D

I used recycled plastic #6. I cleaned it and roughed it up with sandpaper. Then drew the outlines of Kit Cats with marker, and filled it in with colored pencils. Then I cut them out and baked them. When they were cool I used some wire and made loops that I glued to the backs, then attached everything with jump-rings to silver ear-wires.

Really loved both of the retro looks Kit Cat has put out for the anniversary editions. So I did one of the boy cats with a bow tie, and one girl cat with pearls!

I am so happy with they way they turned out! They are quickly becoming my favorite pair of earrings <3

Posted by Pam from Pocatello, Idaho, United States • Published See Pam's 322 projects »
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Trine G.
Trine G.
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Lucy N.
Lucy N. · Independence, Missouri, US · 2 projects
That is so cut i j'adore it <3
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Bella Trix
Bella Trix · Manchester, England, GB · 3 projects
what kind of plastic did you use? Like plastic bottles or shopping bags etc?
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Kitty
Kitty · Okotoks, Alberta, CA · 18 projects
Very creative! You diserve to win this contest.. even though I realllly want to LOL
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NatM
NatM · Caerphilly, Wales, GB · 5 projects
im in love with these! Happy x
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Lauren
Lauren · Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, ZA · 112 projects
Wow! That's awesome - such a cool way to recycle. I'll definitely be trying that as soon as possible! Happy
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Pam
Pam · Pocatello, Idaho, US · 332 projects
@lauren- in the USA #6 plastic is the kind you get from the supermarket bakery or deli. It's that clear, hard but thin plastic container that they put things like cookies, pastries or deli sandwiches in. It's recycle-able and has the #6 on the bottom. If you pull the stickers off as clean it you can draw on it with permanent markers. I like to clean it and the rough it up on one side with sandpaper, then draw on it with colored pencils, I just like how the colors turn out better with pencils. Anyway cut out you image and bake t just lie shrinky dink paper. Happy
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Green Duck
Green Duck · London, GB · 17 projects
These are adorable!
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Lauren
Lauren · Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, ZA · 112 projects
They look great! Happy What exactly is #6 plastic? It's quite hard to find shrink plastic in my country and when you do, it's very expensive, but the times I have had it, I've LOVED working with it!
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