I’m so excited to share this simple and adorable DIY dog treat jar with you today. It is perfect to give as a small gift or keep for yourself (and your dog.) My sister, Alice G Patterson from Loving My Company, photographed this simple DIY project for me. With just a few minutes (less than 15) you can personalize a jar for your favorite dog or person. While we filled them with dog treats, I think they would also be really cute for buttons, spices, office supplies, etc.
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Make sure the jars are clean and dry. To keep letters straight, apply tape to the bottom as a guide.
We wanted to be sure the seams wouldn’t show, so we started applying the letters with a middle letter. With a short name like Theo, it probably didn’t matter, but if you’re making a jar for Elizabeth, you’ll want to keep that in mind.
Fill with your pet’s favorite treat.
In addition to a monthly subscription box, we occasionally receive treats for review. My dogs are not very picky when it comes to treats, but they each seem to have a favorite. Theo’s is Nature’s Variety Instinct Treats. He’ll stop whatever he’s doing for one of these.
Sophie loves the grain free Spring Naturals chicken and lamb treats. I think she enjoys the texture as well as the taste.
Once the stickers are on, I don’t recommend washing the outside of the jar. If the stickers get wet, I think they will come off. You can wipe them gently with a wet cloth; I waited a few days to let the stickers set before trying it.
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About Loving My Company: Based in Central New York, Alice is a Syracuse brand photographer. She has three dogs of her own.