Friday, February 10, 2017

3 Step DIY: Conversation Heart Pet Treat Box


Hello Everyone!

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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Supplies
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)
Foam Brush
Candy Wrappers (optional / not pictured)
Treats (not pictured)


Step 1: Paint your heart boxes inside and out. Then set them aside to dry.


Step 2: Stamp on top of your heart box lid using your colored ink pad and either individual letter stamps or stamps with an animal theme. The stamps I'm using in this DIY is by Echo Park Papers CO and there called Luck Dog Stamp.


Step 3: Fill up your heart boxes with treats!

Once your heart boxes are filled up, you're ready to give them to your furry four legged friends!






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I loved how these little boxes turned out! Also, that was best picture I could get of Niblet, since he kept moving around (lol)! Needless to say, I think he approves.

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?

xo Katie

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