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Summary: Louis buys himself a pair of kitten ears which end up getting Harry very horny.
Warnings: Sexual Content
AN: K, so this is my very first oneshot and my first time writing smut, so don’t judge me if it doesn’t sound right or whatever. I found this prompt on this blog, but she wasn’t going to write it, so I thought I would…
And any feedback would be awesome, doesn’t matter if you say its shit, I just want to know what people think of it.
DIY Cat Headband
Welcome to the pilot episode of Fimfim’s Tutorial Tuesday (or Teach Me Tuesday, subject to change :D). We’ve done a lot of art projects every since we were younger, and we’ve grown to love exercising our creativity and quirky sides through the handmade stuff we create. We’re going to share with you some of our craft projects and DIY stuff, and hopefully we could learn from everyone, too :) Feel free to message us here or @ firstname.lastname@example.org, and you may also leave comments.
We’re sharing with you today how to make a Cat/Kitten Ears Headband!
We attended the 9th Anniversary Celebration of our organization, UP Sirkulo ng mga Kabataang Artista (UP SIKAT) weeks ago. The theme was inspired by cats, since you know, 9 years, 9 lives. Teehee. So we had to wear anything feline inspired. We came dressed up as The Cat in the Hat and Caith Sith. But you know what, there are a lot more creative and witty costumes, like, UPCAT and a PE class, basCATball. Here’s how we made our cat ears for the party:
Things you’ll need:
Glue gun x glue stick or white/clear-drying glue
Craft knife or cutter
Thread and needle
Clear nail polish
Bobby pins/hair pins
I bought my craft foam at National Bookstore, they’re usually displayed right next to scrapbooking/hobby materials. Make sure that your craft foam is non-toxic!
1. Take the craft foam and draw the shape of the cat ears that you want. Be sure to use a ruler to keep your lines straight and clean and to have accurate dimensions. If you’re not confident enough to draw directly on the foam, you can draw it on scratch paper first then trace the design onto the foam. Be sure to add a flap/long rectangular shape at the base of the shape. This will put your ear in place on the headband.
Oops, somebody decided to drop by. Hi Mister Kitty :)
2. Using your craft knife or cutter, carefully cut the shapes. Or you may also use scissors, although you have to be extra careful because the cut is not usually precise. I use X-acto craft knives for my projects because they’re trustworthy, precision cutting guaranteed, and they’re also safe and easy to use. Again, do not forget to add the long rectangular flap at the base.
3. You must have something that looks like this. Heehee. You sew on the buttons and create a slit at the flap.
Be sure you’ve sewn the buttons properly. They will be responsible for holding your ears in place. Drop some clear nail polish on the thread and knots for extra hold.
4. Hot glue the other ear pieces onto the first ear pieces. As you can see here, I tried to create rounded edges for a cuter feel. Heehee.
5. Attach the ears onto the headband. Ta-daaah! You can easily attach and detach the ears so you can wear more designs or if you want to keep your headband plain.
You can also use bobby pins/hair pins and hair clips in place of the headband. They’re versatile like that!:)
Hope you enjoyed our simple tutorial. Share with us your works, too :)
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Shercat Holmes and John Catson
I said I was bored and wanted to write, so Lauren (aka Gibber xD) told me to write a story about Sherlock doing an experiment and ending up with kitten ears. I did my best and I had no clue how to end it and no, there is no smut, sorry. :P But anyways. This is for you, Gibber!!
It was a slow, quiet day at 221b Baker Street in London, England. The only sounds were the passing cabs and chirping birds heard through the open window, and the clicking sounds of the keyboard as Dr. John Watson typed away on his personal blog. He was writing about the newest case that him and his best friend, boyfriend, and flatmate, Sherlock Holmes, had solved. He looked at the time and realized that Sherlock was over an hour late. He had been at the hospital all day working on some kind of experiment, John didn’t really know what.
Just as John was picking up the phone to text him, Sherlock burst through the door, already pacing back and forth; hands together, pressed to his lips - thinking.
“What is it, Sherlock?” John suddenly noticed the hat that Sherlock was wearing. He had worn it once for cover from the press, but Sherlock hated that hat. Why would he be wearing it? Getting no response, John tried again, “Uh, Sherlock? Why are you wearing that hat?”
Sherlock continued pacing back and forth, looking distressed.
He stopped in his tracks, turned to John, and ripped off his hat. “Do you see this!? Look what I’ve done!” He pointed to his head. Poking out from his curly black hair, were… kitten ears. Bloody kitten ears!
John turned more towards Sherlock and his eyes widened. “What the hell?” He stared as the triangular shaped furry black ears turned to the sound of his voice. “How did… what did you do?”
Sherlock didn’t respond but angrily threw his hat down and began pacing once more. He pressed his fingers to his lips again, trying to figure out what in that experiment caused this, and how he could possibly reverse it. He plopped down on the couch, and rested his elbows on his knees.
John didn’t budge, only stared at the furry ears. A few moments passed before he got up, crossed the room, and sat next to Sherlock on the couch. He slowly reached one hand up to touch them when the door opened again.
Mrs. Hudson, the landlady, entered, rambling on about the groceries the boys had her buy, and how she wasn’t their housekeeper. She stopped mid-sentence and would have dropped the paper bag of groceries had she not already set it on the table. She stared at Sherlock, and her wrinkled hands lifted to her face. “Oh, Sherlock. What have you done now?”
Sherlock stood up and ran his fingers through his dark hair - and kitten ears - then placed them on his hips. “I was doing an experiment and-“
“For what?” John interrupted, still staring at the ears, dumfounded as to what kind of experiment could have resulted in kitten ears.
Sherlock looked at him and continued. “And the substance I was experimenting on got on my hands without me knowing, and when I ran my fingers through my hair, and… and this happened! I don’t know how or why, but it did!”
Mrs. Hudson, still confused, turned and went down to her own flat muttering, “Oh dear,” leaving John to continue staring.
Sherlock began pacing once more.
“Calm down, Sher. They aren’t all that bad. They’re kind of… cute.” He smiled at Sherlock. They really were kind of cute.
Sherlock stopped pacing and looked back at John. He gave a quick half smile before saying, “Cute? You like me with kitten ears?”
John raised his eyebrows as he did often and smiled, Sherlock’s smile made him even more adorable. “Yes, I do. I guess I should start calling you my ‘kitten’ now, shouldn’t I? Or maybe Sherpuss? Get it?” He tried not to laugh.
Sherlock’s smile faded and he turned towards the window, putting his hands behind his back.
John stopped laughing and walked towards him. “Sherlock, I was joking. They really are cute.” He reached up and touched one of them. The black fur was silky soft, and twitched at his touch. “They’re soft, too.”
“John. I can’t walk around London with cat ears! I’m a freak enough!”
“Sher, who cares if people think you’re a freak?”
Sherlock turned to John. “I. Have. Cat. Ears, John!” He turned and walked towards the door, grabbing his hat and adjusting his scarf on the way out.
John went back to his laptop, smiling. The kitten ears really did suit Sherlock. It made his anger cute. Maybe he’ll have to keep them for a while longer. He wouldn’t mind looking at them just a bit more…