Is there a differance in dog paw prints and cat paw prints. I need to put both of them on a 2tiered cake, but i dont want them to look the same. how would you do them??? TIA.
I googled them and they are one in the same. I guess you could make the dogs bigger than the cats? Maybe someone else has a better suggestion...I'm clueless.
this mold set shows both (dog in front, cat in back)
find clip art (check in clip art gallery of MS Word and on line)
size to what you need
print out on heavy card stock or overhead transparency film
cut out to make a stencil
Actually, if you want to get technical, there is a difference in real life. Cats are able to withdraw their claws into their paws, so their paw prints do NOT have toenail marks. Dogs are unable to do this, so at the tip of each toe, there is a dot where the toenail made a mark. Hope this helps!
Just make the kitty paw prints smaller than the dog paw prints.
Maybe you could add little claws to the cat print to differentiate them