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DIY Halloween Black Cat Notepad

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Create a black cat notepad for Halloween this year! The perfect spooky paper craft for the season!

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Black cat notepad holding a pumpkin on an orange background with spooky erasers and pencils.

Hello Crafty Friends! I’m excited to share these cute black cat notepads with you today! I love making animal notepads and have made quite a few. They are so much fun to craft and gift to someone special. These black cat notepads are a fun and unexpected gift idea for the month of October. They are also a great craft to make yourself and display on your desk for the month – or entire year if you love black cats! 

Black cat notepads made from paper; one is open with the words DIY Black Cat Notepad visible written in black marker.

I recently added a cat to my collection of animal notepads. The cat joined my fox, sloth, penguin, panda and owl notepads and was a fun addition. Making the ball of string was my favorite part. I knew after making the cat I would want to make a Halloween version. I love black cat crafts around Halloween! 

Animal Notepads

Two cat notepads made from paper hold a ball of string; baker's twine swirls around the notepads.

Black Cat Notepad

To create my black cat notepads, I used black, orange and purple paper. I used a dark gray color alongside the black so that some of the cat’s features would stand out.  I added yellow eyes and a cute pink glitter nose. Instead of holding a ball of string, the cat now holds a pumpkin or jack-o’-lantern! I added a cute bow to the top of one of the pumpkins using black and white Baker’s Twine.

A black cat paper notepad holds a small orange paper pumpkin with a tiny bow out of twine on it.

These cat notepads are a great craft for your cutting machine but can also be made carefully by hand if you don’t mind some fussy cutting. If you do make them by hand, I recommend drawing some of the features rather than cutting them like the cat’s face.

The SVG cut file and PDF pattern are both available in my Etsy shop, Designing Cheerfully.

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Happy Crafting! -Kim

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