DIY Treat Jars!

Looking for a fun gift to give your friends for their dogs? Christmas is coming up and what better way to celebrate than with your canine companion? These jars are easy to make and makes it easy to see when you are running out of your dog’s favorite treat! Happy Holidays and we hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Custom Jar Labels
Mason Jar Craft

Click here to download theCustom Treat Jar Label Template

Homemade treats in a Mason jar adorned with a personalized label make a quick, thoughtful, and easy gift idea. Or label jars of treats for your own dogs and jazz up your countertops with this cute DIY!

STEP 1 Download our custom treat jar label template here. Print your labels onto a full-page self-adhesive sticker/mailing label sheet (available at office supply stores), then hand-letter your desired text, such as the recipient dog’s name or the kind of treat.

STEP 2 Cut out the label and affix to the treat jar or treat jar lid.

STEP 3 Fill jar with treats.

Treats to try

The inexpensive, easy, and delicious Baconator Dog Treats. Get the recipe at moderndogmagazine.com/baconator

Or the single-ingredient winner, Sweet Potato Dog Chews. Get the recipe at moderndogmagazine.com/sweet-potato-chews

 

Cute Lid Toppers

Take it to the next level with a canine-figure-adorned lid. The charmingness of the end result belies how easy this project actually is.

ALL YOU NEED IS:

• Plastic dog figurines. These generally come in a bag or tube of assorted breeds. You can sometimes find them at the dollar store. We got ours (Animal Planet’s Tube of Dogs) at Toys ‘R’ Us for $6.

• Spray paint or craft paint such as Martha Stewart’s craft paint in assorted colours. Metallics, neons, and pastels are all great options.

• Super glue or a glue gun and glue sticks

GET TO IT:

STEP 1 Lay out some newspaper and give your figurines a coat of paint in your desired colour(s). Let dry. Figurines may need a second coat.

STEP 2 Once fully coated in paint and dry, get out your jar lids and glue. Apply a tiny bit of glue to the feet of the dog figurine and position the figurine on the center of your jar lid. Allow to dry and you’re all done! Super-cuteness in just a few easy steps!

Tip Have dogs with allergies? Keep your dogs’ treats separated and labeled so you know what is for whom at a glance—especially ideal if you have multiple dogs and a dog walker!

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