Since February is upon us, that means love is in the air …… for most people. Personally, I am not in the ''love boat'' this year but that doesn’t mean I don't have a certain Valentine in my life. Lets just say, he is really cute and likes to take long walks (lol)!
Today I have super fun DIY which is designed for that other love in your life, that furry four legged friend! Basically, today's project is a fun way to show your pet some extra love this month by giving them their own ''candy box''. However, this candy box is actually a small treat box.
The project itself is really easy to make and is even a 3 Step DIY! So, if you want to learn how to make your own Conversation Heart Pet Treat Box, then keep reading below!
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Small Paper Mache Heart Boxes
Paint (I'm using Martha Stewart Crafts Satin in Pink Carnation and Hailstorm)
Stamps (I'm using Echo Park Papers CO: Luck Dog Stamp)
Acrylic Block (optional)
Ink Pad (I'm using Brutus Monroe Premium Chalk Ink in Rouge)
Candy Wrappers (optional / not pictured)
Treats (not pictured)
Once your heart boxes are filled up, you're ready to give them to your furry four legged friends!
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Now as you can see, I have a dog. However, you could make these boxes for your cat, hamster, rabbit, or whatever animal you have. Finally, I ended up using real candy wrapping paper to ''hold the treats'' in step 3, but you could simply put the treats in the box. Personally, I just thought they added a nice little touch.
So what do you think? Do you like these Conversation Heart Pet Treat Boxes?