My antlers looked a bit rickity so I coated them in Mod Podge before painting them white.
I then painted with various shades of brown to give them more detail. An ombre effect would be neat for this part too, if you have a sponge to blend the shades of brown.
For the ears, I cut out shapes like this from the felt. Size is up to you! I gathered the sides together and sewed along the base of the ear, leaving the long bit out.
The longer strip is so you can attach it to your headband, like so, gluing in place.
Next, take your fur fabric and cut out two shapes for the inside of the ear. Simply glue inside. I love details like this that give a bit more depth to a costume.
Fill in the area around your eye with the white eye crayon, leaving out a little space under your eye. The reason I did this was because I found it hard to apply the black eyeliner on top of the white.
Apply and blend the foundation carefully around your white patches, fading down into your cheeks and up over your forehead. Yikes! Feeling a little jersey shore.
Use the white crayon to colour in a strip across your nose. Apply the black liner on the front and underneath of your nose.
Apply a dramatic cat eye with your liquid liner.
Put on your fake lashes and line under your eye with the black eyeliner. Use your large white pencil to draw dots on your cheek. How many is up to you!
One step that I missed documenting was attaching the tail and painting on dots. I used white fabric paint and applied about 2-3 coats. When you’re attaching the tail, you’re going to want to attach it with with the back of the tail (not the furry part) laying flat against the back of your costume. Sew the bottom on and then you will get a bit of tension that will keep it up right.