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Covered in pink faux fur, the unit houses a tough sisal scratching post with a dangling heart to play with, complementing your home and keeping any cat and even a few of their friends occupied and happy.
Colorblocked Scratching Post: Stylish and simple, this DIY will wow your favorite feline. Click to see how Laura Gummerman of A Beautiful Mess created this DIY for her cat. #WaysToWow Supplies: - Round wood circle (18") - 4x4 wooden fence post (about 20" tall) - Drill and long wood screws - White 4x4" post cap - Paint (white) - 150ft of 1/4 nylon rope - Dye (pink & yellow) - Bucket and salt (to dye rope) - Staple gun (or hammer & small nails) - Electrical tape (white & pink or white…
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If ombre is your jam, you'll need to dye the rope in at least three color variations of the same shade. I used two different colors of RIT dye (petal pink and fuchsia) to create three shades of pink and left the rope its natural color for the fourth shade.Prepare the dye baths according to the instructions on the bottle. I soaked one roll of sisal rope in fuchsia for 30 minutes, one roll in petal pink for 30 minutes, and one roll in petal pink for 10 minutes. Rinse the rope thoroughly until the water runs clear and let dry. Then marvel at your monochromatic masterpiece.Math is hard. But with a trusty measuring tape, you can find the center of the wood circle. I promise it's possible. Then place the fence post in the center and trace around it.Divide the square you traced onto the circle into four equal quadrants and mark the center of each quadrant. Drill a pilot hole in each center mark. Give yourself a high-five for mastering such a mathematical feat.Paint the circle any color your little heart desires. May I suggest a copper/rose gold acrylic paint? That's what I used.Place the fence post on top of the traced area on the circle. Flip both of them upside down and drill wood screws into the pilot holes, securing the post to the circle. Yep, you're a bonafide carpenter now.Start with the darkest rope color. Staple the loose end to the bottom of the post, then wrap the rope tightly around the post, hot gluing it as you wrap. Be sure to push each row down as you continue wrapping up the post. Curse yourself every time you burn your finger on the hot glue (or maybe just wear gloves).When you've wrapped about 5 inches up the post, cut the excess rope off, staple the loose end to the post and switch to the next lightest color. Repeat with the third and fourth colors (wrapping each color about 5 inches up the post). Leave an inch unwrapped at the top for the fence post.Tie two pom-poms to long strings of yarn. Cats can't resist 'em. Adjust the length of the pom-poms to the desired height and then staple the yarn to the top of the fence post.Use wood glue to secure the cap to the top of the fence post. Do a happy dance because you're all done.Present the stylish scratching post to your furry friends. If you're lucky, they'll show some semblance of appreciation. But really we know they feel total indifference about all your hard work. That's OK -- it still looks pretty in your living room.