Tutorial: Sleeping Kitty
This fast Sleeping Kitty design is really cute and easy. You can change up the colors to match the child’s clothing or just use their favorite color. Let’s begin!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Always Wicked Petal Sponge
- Smoothie Blender
- #4 Round Brush
- #2 Round Brush
- Paradise Dark Pink
- Paradise Teal
- Paradise White
- Wolfe Black
- Wolfe White
- Ben Nye Lumiere Palette
- Cosmetic Glitter
Start with your Always Wicked sponge loaded with Paradise White. You will lightly sponge on the side of each eye and the forehead. These will be your clouds.
Use your Smoothie Blender and choose two colors from your Ben Nye Lumiere Palette. I chose yellow and pink.
Load your Always Wicked sponge with Paradise Teal and sponge a circle shape slightly left of the middle of the forehead.
Continue to sponge another circle shape in the middle of the forehead. Both circles should be touching each other.
Load your#2 brush with Paradise Dark pink and paint in the Kitty’s nose and inside of the ears. Load your #2 Round Brush with Wolfe Black and outline your kitty’s head and body.
With your #2 brush still loaded with Wolfe Black, add the Kitty’s stripes and paint 3 of the letter “z” next to the kitty’s head. The letters should start out small and get bigger from there.
Load your #4 brush with Paradise Dark Pink and add teardrops and a swirl to the side of each eye. Continue using the same brush and lightly add pink to the clouds to give them some depth.
Load your #4 brush with Wolfe White and and add some dots and stars to the design. Add two tear drops in the corner of each eye. Continue with the same brush and color by outlining each pink teardrop and swirl.
Load your #2 Brush with Wolfe Black and make 4 paw shapes on the design. Add lipstick and glitter to complete the cuteness. Remember, you can experiment with different colors to give the design your own touch. Be sure to share your pictures with us!
By Stacey Perry on