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DIY Dog Wreath to #TreatthePups

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lunchbox but all opinions are my own.

Are you looking for a fun craft project for your dog or favorite dog lover this holiday season?

Check out the “Pawesome Pins” ideas on for do-it-yourself holiday crafts especially for dogs,Big Heart Pet Brands®: Milo’s Kitchen® Chicken Grillers, Pup-Peroni, and Milk Bone®, all available at budget-friendly prices at Walmart.

I decided to create a wreath using Milk Bone and Pup-Peroni. So that the treats can later be eaten, I didn’t want to use any kind of glue so I used a thin curling ribbon instead of the wide ribbon.

First, I used a platter to mark a circle on a piece of cardboard (with the supervision of our kitten Lucky):


Next I cut out the circle then drew an inner circle narrower than the Milk Bone treats I would be using:


After cutting out and discarding the inside circle, I then wrapped the wreath shape in duct tape, make the form more secure and giving the wreath a silver background.


I completely covered the form with duct tape (and there’s no need to be perfect; most will be hidden by the treats). Next, I cut two-foot-long sections of curling ribbon and tied each around the Milk Bone, then tying it onto the treat form. For the “bows” at the top and bottom of the wreath, I tied four lengths of Pup-Peroni treats together and then tied them to the wreath.


I cut another section of curling ribbon to use as a hanger then I curled all the ribbons and secured the wreath to the front door (way out of reach of the dogs!) This makes a fun gift for your favorite dog lover or favorite shelter and, when the holidays are done, a few simple snips of the ribbon and all the treats are ready to be enjoyed!



Sunday 10th of May 2020

Season is coming soon !

Puppy Foodie

Monday 13th of April 2020

addorn the front door with this wreath ..speecial for pet friendly houses