When Christmas comes around, you don't want Fido to feel left out, so here is a handy and simple way to personalize any stocking for your puppy.
You can get almost everything you need at a large craft store like Michaels. With all DIY pet projects, it's important to use non-toxic paints, in case your dog tries to chew on her Christmas stocking.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Non-toxic fabric paint
- Fabric markers or squeezable paint
- Paper plates
- Paper towels
- Treats and toys
- Your pup
Spread newspaper or a tarp on the floor of your workspace.
Squeeze paint onto a paper plate.
Press your dogs paw onto the paint and then onto the stocking.
Quickly sprinkle glitter onto the paint.
Repeat the process a few more times, trying different colors of paint until you've covered the stocking with the right amount of holiday paw prints.
Once the prints have dried, use a fabric marker or non-toxic paint to write your dogs name on the top of the stocking.
And there you go! What will Santa bring your puppy this Christmas?
Are you ready for more DIY projects. Check out our tutorial on how to make an easy no-sew sweater for your pup, and then scroll through this step-by-step guide making stylish dog beds from an old suitcases.