Little Kittycat

This week I was in my local craft store and my eye fell on the polymer clay. I always wanted to make my own cat of polymer clay and because I'm working on some larger projects, that never seem to finish, I bought some clay to finally make my cat Ronny. Small project, that's finished in less than an hour. 

This is what you need:
Polymer clay in the color(s) of your cat
Paint (optional)

My cat is totally white, so I only used white clay. For the inside of his ears, his nose and his mouth I used pink paint, for his eyes I used black paint.

First make the cat's body, head, four paws, two ears, tail and four little balls for his snout (two little balls have to be a little bit larger than the other two little balls):

To make the cat's snout, stick the larger little balls next to each other on the head. The chin is formed by placing one of the little balls below the snout, the nose is formed by placing the other small ball above the snout.

Then place the ears. The head is now finished.

Place the four paws underneath the body.

Now place the head and the tail on the body. 

The cat is now finished and can be put in the oven. You can read instructions about the temperature of the oven and baking time on the package of the clay. My clay package says 110 degrees Celsius for half an hour ( I use Fimo Clay). 

After taking the cat out of the oven, let it cool off before you do the painting. I painted the inside of the ears, the nose and the lips pink and the eyes black. My cat Ronny wears a black collar with a little bell, so to make it more look-a-like I put a collar around his neck. 

As you can see in this picture I not only made a standing, but also a sitting Ronny

And here's the one and only!! 

That's it! Good luck!


  1. Great tutorial you make it look so easy!

  2. Oh, how cute is this! Thank you for sharing with us how to do it. You're quite good at this.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  3. That is really cute! Especially love it because I have an all white cat too - "Charlie".....he is my shadow, so I suppose he should be black, but he's not! Your step by step photos make this one easy to duplicate and what little girl wouldn't love a cat like this? Thanks!

  4. Love you tutorial! Posted your link on FB and Twitter. Thanks for linking it up with me :) Family Home & Life

  5. I love kitties, and this is a cute clay kitty! Thanks for sharing @ Submarine Sunday!

  6. WOW this kitty is so cute! You did a great job and provided a great tutorial! I LOVE polymer clay.

    Three other bloggers and I have joined to create a new link party: The Project Stash. I'd love for you to stop by and link up this post (oh and there's a Shabby Apple Giveaway too!)


    1. Thanks, Marilyn! I just linked up three of my projects to your party. Thank you for inviting me!


  7. Very cute! Thank you for coming by and sharing this on Fluster Buster's Creative Muster Party.

    Fluster Buster

  8. Very cute! You are today's Dare to Share Feature of the Day.

  9. Awww, love both versions of Ronny! ;) Nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing at the The Shady Porch! Hope to see ya again Wednesday…the Rock ‘N Share is a NO RULEs party now! Blessings, D@TheShadyPorch

  10. You are so creative , yet make it all seem so easy! I love visiting with you to glean some ideas! Thank you so much for linking up with us again this week at One Sharendipity Place!

    Sue @

  11. Thank you for the great tutorial. I can't wait to make some of these with my kiddos. Our Simply Create Link Party is going on right now. I'd love to have you link up this kitty, as I'm sure my readers would love to see it too!
    Hope to see you soon!



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