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 FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN

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MessageSujet: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Dim 3 Nov - 18:59




 
Here’s the step by step so you build one for your pet too!  Of course you can modify the height to accommodate medium to large dogs.  Supplies: Two ¾” x 8” x 2’ wood boards; 1” flat head screws; jig saw, Kreg jig or “L” brackets, wood stain + polyurethane, or primer + paint, pet food bowls.  All supplies found at Lowes, pet bowls from Petco.
First, you need to design the template for the feet.  Since the top board adds height, subtract its height from the total height of your stand’s feet. I wanted ours to be 5” high for a full grown cat so I designed the feet to be 4 ¼” high since the ¾” board would sit on top.


 
Next, create a template for the legs by folding a piece of paper the width of your board in half and sketching out the curvature of the base.


Fold in half again and cut your template with scissors…

 
Place the template on your wood board and mark the design with a pencil.  Rotate and repeat on the other end of the board to sketch out the second foot.

 
With your second piece of wood, position the bowls where you want them for the top of the stand, and outline the edges.

 
Next, mark your cut line for your jig saw – this is so your bowls can nest on top of the wood.

 
With a jig saw carefully cut out the legs and the hole where the bowls will sit. (It helps to drill a hold in the middle of the bowl cuts with a drill bit first to give your jig saw access to the cut line!)

 
With a Kreg jig, screw holes into the feet so that it can attach to the top.

 
With a Kreg jig, you get these clean holes where a screw can go in at an angle.  Without it you can use “L” brackets to attach your base feet to the top with flat head screws.


My original plan was to add decorative trim to the edges but since the melamine bowls were scalloped and I was painting it a bold color, I decided to keep it simple, and left off the trim.  But if you want add decorative trim to the edges trimmed at a 45 degree angle with a miter box or compound miter saw – attach with wood glue.

 
Instead of the trim, I rounded the edges of the poplar wood with my orbital sander.

 
By the way, if you don’t have the luxury of a real workbench in a garage, this is one of the easiest ways to create one when you need it.  Store two folding sawhorses and a piece of plywood in your garage or shed, and pull them out for your weekend projects, that’s what I do!

 
Here’s the elevated pet bowl stand before it was painted.

 
At this point you can stain it which and then add a coat of polyurethane, or you can prime and paint it which is what I did.

 
You can also monogram it if you wish (I used font to illustrate below) – and try out this fabulous trick I found for painting perfect lettering on wood.

 
Aw, there’s our sweet Coco trying it out for the first time, I just love her stripes!  She’s getting big – almost four months old now.

 
 
With a few pieces of wood and tools you can create your own in just a few hours.  They make a great gift for your pet and for friends and family, have fun building your own!
 

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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Dim 3 Nov - 22:26

ça c'est du travail en vue pour Nono!!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Dim 3 Nov - 22:54

PAS POUR LINSTANT IL EST KO
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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Lun 4 Nov - 10:08

oui mais il va s'en remettre,  et hop!!!!  au boulot!!!  pour cosac et la tigresse!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Lun 4 Nov - 18:05

Comment recycler un rouleau de papier toilette ? En un jouet pour chat.

Mon petit Plume en est fou, c’est un jouet très simple mais qu’il adore.
La durée de vie de ce petit jouet varie, mais vous pouvez en fabriquer à l’infini.
Vous avez besoin :

  • D’un rouleau de papier toilette
  • D’un stylo
  • D’un ciseau

  1. Commencez par faire 4 lignes en fonction de la grosseur de vos doigts (environ 1,5 cm de largeur par cercle).
  2. Coupez le rouleau en 4 parties au niveau des lignes que vous venez de tracer, vous avez a présent 4 cercles.
  3. Insérez un premier cercle dans un second cercle.
  4. Insérez Le troisième puis le quatrième cercle dans les deux premiers cercles.
  5. Vous pouvez insérer un friandise dans la balle.
  6. Montrez la petite balle à votre chat, et faite la rouler. C’est parti pour des heures de jeux!
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Cat Tipi


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L'inspiration du week-end : le tipi pour chat de Cat Tipi.
J'avais beaucoup hésité à l'acheter mais avec les frais de ports ça devenait vraiment cher...

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Du coup, je me suis lancée à le faire moi même !

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J'ai acheté :
- 3 m de tissu avec des coeurs même si Gaspard est un garçon... (chez Mode et Travaux)
- Une bobine de fil blanc
- Des bobines de fil à broder néon 
- 6 tiges en bois diamètre circulaire 10 mm (chez Papeterie Réaumur)
J'ai découpé 6 triangles d'environ 60 cm de base par 80 cm de haut et je les ai cousu ensemble une première fois. Puis j'ai plié le tissu à chaque angle de manière à créer des sortes de chaussettes pour glisser les tiges de bois. Une deuxième couture. Une dernière pour fermer la chaussette et que la tige ne tombe pas puis j'ai glissé les tiges dans chaque chaussette et accroché le tout avec mon fil néon.
Je pense que j'ai fais les triangles trop hauts et pas assez larges du coup je n'ai pas la même forme que Cat Tipi mais c'est dur de visualiser l'encombrement que va prendre le tipi quand il est à plat !

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Gaspard commence à se prendre pour un indien.

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J'en ai aussi profité pour faire un peu de broderie et des pompons ! J'ai fais mon dessin au crayon à papier très légèrement en m'aidant de la trame des motifs du tissu.


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Fortune cookie cat toy tutorial

So, this Christmas I came to the realization that I am the kind of person who can't find the time to send out Christmas cards to her friends and family... but has more than enough time to sew colorful catnip-filled cat toys for every cat that I know. And I know a lot of cats. (co-workers' cats, parents' cats, in-laws' cats, friends' cats... the list goes on)
This is not a fact that I am particularly proud of, but admitting that I have a problem is the first step... right?
And those of you who expected a Christmas card and didn't receive one... sorry. It's nothing personal, I promise. I plan to start my Christmas cards months in advance next year... errr, THIS year. Is Christmas creeping up on me already?!
Anyway, I hope you will agree with me that these fortune cookie shaped cat toys are super cute. And if you have a cat in your life, or several, you will be happy to learn that they are also super easy to make. As in, you could probably whip up a dozen of them in less than an hour. (Writing out Christmas cards would have definitely taken me waaay longer than that...)

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And all the cats who received them in their stockings sent rave reviews. So rest assured that your efforts will be tremendously appreciated.


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You will need:
* a circle of felt in your chosen color (I used a spool of fishing line to trace my circle... it was about 3.5 inches in diameter. You could use a drinking glass or any similar-sized circular object)
* a small long-ish rectangle of felt (this will be the "fortune" sticking out of the fortune cookie. it's probably best if you use white felt for this. I didn't have white and used tan, but the cats didn't seem to notice)
* a bit of stuffing
* catnip! (not required, but always enticing to your friends of the feline variety)


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First, fold your circle in half and sew about an inch along the center of the folded edge. (This will be on the inside of the fortune cookie)

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Next, fold your cookie in half the other way. This seems confusing and indeed, it took me a minute or two to figure it out. Basically, you will take the two "corners" from the last step and pull them towards each other, then flip the felt inside-out. Play around with it a bit, you'll figure it out.


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Then start sewing around the edge of your cookie, making sure to sew the "paper fortune" in between the two layers of felt, as shown. Stop when you're about half way around, but don't take the cookie off your sewing machine.


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This is where you add the stuffing. It doesn't need much. I added two little bundles of stuffing to each of my cookies... one I pushed in gently to the back section of the cookie, and the other in the front section. I made sure to sprinkle some catnip in with the stuffing.


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Then sew around the rest of the cookies, enclosing the stuffing and the catnip... and you're done!


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Fluff the cookie up a little to give it the correct shape, and then it is ready to be played with by your favorite furry friend.


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My cats knew I was making something for them, and even though I kept shooing them away, both of them kept sneaking up onto my sewing table to steal cookies. Naughty.


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There you have it! A fun little project for any time of the year!
(and I'm not a crazy cat lady, I promise. I just like cute little projects!)


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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Lun 4 Nov - 18:09

Kitty Corner Cat Play House

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Project Overview

Skill Level
Beginner

Estimated Time
1 day

Estimated Cost
$$$$$
Tools and Materials
Tools

  • Drywall square or tape measure
  • Handsaw
  • Carpet knife
Materials

  • 1 12-inch concrete form tube (#10150)
  • 1 Liquid Nails adhesive (#160329)
  • 2 ft. 5/8-inch rope (#66432)
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A concrete form tube and a modest budget translate into a heavenly home for your feline friends. Carpeting wrapped around the form exteriors is ideal for claw sharpening. Loose carpet pieces inside are easy to change out and create cozy chambers for napping. For extra fun, a piece of weighted rope for batting around offers a playtime diversion.
Step 1

There may be slight variances between actual lengths of tubes. It is best to measure yours and divide by three to get your individual tube length. Ours came out to 16 inches.

First, draw cutting guides on the tube -- this allowed us to cut three 16-inch segments. Measuring 16 inches down the tube, make a pencil mark. To make sure marks are equal all the way around the tube, use a drywall square. As shown in the image, position the square so the small top arm rests on the top of the tube. This will keep the long arm of the square perpendicular to the top edge of the tube. Rotate the tube around approximately 6 inches and make another mark. Continue until you have made it all the way around the tube. Repeat this process, measuring from the opposite end of the tube so that you have segmented the tube into three equal portions.

If you don't have a drywall square, use a tape measure. Just make sure you are holding the tape measure as straight down the tube as possible so that all your marks are even for step 2.
Step 2

Using tape, connect all the marks around the outside of the tube at both locations. These will be your cutting guides. Using the handsaw cut along these guides.
Step 3

Cut the carpet runner into segments with a carpet knife. Again, measure the outside circumference of the tube to get the exact measurement. Ours measured 37 inches.

The carpet runner is 27-1/4 inches wide. Measure 16 inches over and 37 inches down the length of the carpet runner. Measure two more rectangles the same way and cut these out. These will be glued to the outside of your tubes.

You will have an approximately 27-1/4-inch x 32-inch piece of the runner left. Measure marks that divide each side in half (13-5/8 inches and 16 inches, respectively) and cut. These segments will float free inside the tubes and can be replaced when worn out.

Apply a liberal amount of Liquid Nails adhesive to the back of the first three pieces you cut, as shown in the image. This will ensure that you cover the piece equally. It is best to glue on one piece of carpet at a time to make sure the Liquid Nails doesn't dry out.
Step 4

After applying the glue, attach the carpet runner to the outside of the concrete tube. You may find it easier to place the tube upright on a flat surface and then wrap the carpet around. This will allow you to use the surface to keep the bottom edges flush. Take your time with this step. Repeat steps 3 and 4 with the other two tube segments.
Step 5

Run a bead of Liquid Nails down the length of two of the carpet-covered tubes along the seam. This way the seams are covered and won't show. Clamp them together at both ends and let dry overnight.
Step 6

Remove clamps from the two tubes and place the third on top, making sure the seam of the top tube is lined up where it will be glued to a bottom tube. Make a mark on all the tubes where they meet. These will show you where to run your beads of Liquid Nails. Apply the Liquid Nails, clamp, and let dry over night.
Step 7
Make a small hole in the top-most tube, inset approximately 2 inches. Feed the rope up through the hole and tie it in a knot to secure in place. Then tie a knot at the other end of the rope. Finally, place the remaining pieces of carpet runner in the bottom of each tube.

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A concrete form tube and a modest budget translate into a heavenly home for your feline friends. Carpeting wrapped around the form exteriors is ideal for claw sharpening. Loose carpet pieces inside are easy to change out and create cozy chambers for napping. For extra fun, a piece of weighted rope for batting around offers a playtime diversion.
Step 1

There may be slight variances between actual lengths of tubes. It is best to measure yours and divide by three to get your individual tube length. Ours came out to 16 inches.

First, draw cutting guides on the tube -- this allowed us to cut three 16-inch segments. Measuring 16 inches down the tube, make a pencil mark. To make sure marks are equal all the way around the tube, use a drywall square. As shown in the image, position the square so the small top arm rests on the top of the tube. This will keep the long arm of the square perpendicular to the top edge of the tube. Rotate the tube around approximately 6 inches and make another mark. Continue until you have made it all the way around the tube. Repeat this process, measuring from the opposite end of the tube so that you have segmented the tube into three equal portions.

If you don't have a drywall square, use a tape measure. Just make sure you are holding the tape measure as straight down the tube as possible so that all your marks are even for step 2.
Step 2

Using tape, connect all the marks around the outside of the tube at both locations. These will be your cutting guides. Using the handsaw cut along these guides.
Step 3

Cut the carpet runner into segments with a carpet knife. Again, measure the outside circumference of the tube to get the exact measurement. Ours measured 37 inches.

The carpet runner is 27-1/4 inches wide. Measure 16 inches over and 37 inches down the length of the carpet runner. Measure two more rectangles the same way and cut these out. These will be glued to the outside of your tubes.

You will have an approximately 27-1/4-inch x 32-inch piece of the runner left. Measure marks that divide each side in half (13-5/8 inches and 16 inches, respectively) and cut. These segments will float free inside the tubes and can be replaced when worn out.

Apply a liberal amount of Liquid Nails adhesive to the back of the first three pieces you cut, as shown in the image. This will ensure that you cover the piece equally. It is best to glue on one piece of carpet at a time to make sure the Liquid Nails doesn't dry out.
Step 4

After applying the glue, attach the carpet runner to the outside of the concrete tube. You may find it easier to place the tube upright on a flat surface and then wrap the carpet around. This will allow you to use the surface to keep the bottom edges flush. Take your time with this step. Repeat steps 3 and 4 with the other two tube segments.
Step 5

Run a bead of Liquid Nails down the length of two of the carpet-covered tubes along the seam. This way the seams are covered and won't show. Clamp them together at both ends and let dry overnight.
Step 6

Remove clamps from the two tubes and place the third on top, making sure the seam of the top tube is lined up where it will be glued to a bottom tube. Make a mark on all the tubes where they meet. These will show you where to run your beads of Liquid Nails. Apply the Liquid Nails, clamp, and let dry over night.
Step 7
Make a small hole in the top-most tube, inset approximately 2 inches. Feed the rope up through the hole and tie it in a knot to secure in place. Then tie a knot at the other end of the rope. Finally, place the remaining pieces of carpet runner in the bottom of each tube.
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MessageSujet: Re: FAIRE UNE GAMELLE POUR CHAT OU CHIEN    Mar 5 Nov - 8:45

la moquette sur le tuyau pour le chat faire ses griffes!!!  bonne idée comme cela il les fera aussi dur la moquette de la chambre!!!!!    :930678: :930678: ❤

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