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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, 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.
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.
Today I’m joining the Tasty Tuesday Hop – cohosted by Sugar The Golden Retriever and Kol’s Notes. Be sure to check out the other links and find delicious recipes and giveaways!
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