Start by colouring in your paper plate. Of course this step is totally optional but I knew that my daughter liked ginger and white cats so that's what I made.
Next up is to cut a spiral shape into your paper plate working from the outside in. You want quite a large width to this or your paper plate will end up getting tangled up, too wide though and your plate won't really hang. Just do your best! Make sure that you leave room in the middle of the paper plate to make your cats face.
Take the middle part of your paper plate and hold it up so you can see how it hangs naturally. Now turn the paper plate over and attach a loop of wool or string to the back of the plate here using sellotape. This can be used later to hang up your paper plate twirler or just to hold onto when it's played with.
From your card cut out cat ears and paws and decorate them. These can be attached to your cat paper plate using double sided tape.
Finally draw on your cat's face and your craft is finished.