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Do you cats need a special treat? My little furballs did and that’s why I made these super fun Hand Lettered His and Hers Catnip Planters. I have two big, bully boy cats, so in this case, it’s His and His Hand Lettered Catnip Planters! They are totally on trend with hand lettering and they are so easy and fun to make. I added fresh catnip to the hand lettered planters so they could have their own little cat party.
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It puts them in the mood to hang out, have fun, and try out these great DIY Catnip Planters. So let’s get to making them.
Terra Cotta Planter
Sharpie or Paint Pen
This Printable – Download it Here
First be sure that you print out the His and Hers Printable here. You’ll notice that this printable is in reverse. That’s so you can use it to trace the image and have a finished planter that has text the correct way.
Print your His and Hers printable on regular copy paper. Cut around the text so that it’s just a small piece of paper and trace over the text in pencil. Make sure that when you trace you use A LOT of graphite. Make your tracing dense and dark so it will transfer to the terra cotta.
Now place your paper graphite side toward the terra cotta and line it up just where you want it. Use painter’s tape to affix the paper to the planter and be sure that it’s lined up. I know it sounds crazy, but these are hard to read backward. Be sure that your paper is right side up! Use the “h” and “i” to be sure.
Use a credit card, a butter knife, or even a wooden stick from outside to rub the pencil onto the terra cotta. Be sure to rub firmy so the graphite transfers over well.
Use a sharpie to draw fill in the text. Don’t worry about making it perfect. If you take a close look at mine, you can tell that mine are a little wonky. The important part is to try to use smooth event strokes. Don’t worry about tracing a second time. They will look great even if they are not perfect.
Now just add your fresh catnip to the planter and let your kitties know that you have a treat for them! My guys took a couple of bites and then left it alone but you should be careful when giving this to your cats.
Make sure you just give them a bit and put it somewhere out of reach when not in use.
I don’t know if my cats loved their Hand Lettered DIY Catnip Planter or their Rachael Ray Nutrish more! But then again who’s keeping score?
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