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Easy DIY Leash and Treat Holder

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Fun and Easy DIY Leash and Treat Holder

Valentine’s day is the time to show everybody we love how much they mean to us and that includes our beloved pet Sally. This year we are having a proper dog valentines and we are doing something extra special for her, we know that dogs love treats and Sally is no exception specially Milkbone but this year I will create a fun and easy DIY leash and treat holder.

Shopping for dog treats at Walmart

Before I started the DIY leash and treat holder I needed the most important thing:  to get some Valentine’s Day treats from Milk-Bone. and Milo’s Kitchen   at Walmart.

Simple inexpensive materials for DIY leash and treat holder

Simple inexpensive materials for DIY leash and treat holder

 

Materials for DIY leash and treat holder:

White photo frame 5×7 inch

Wooden letters

Red wood vinyl tile

White spray paint

Small metal basket

A curved piece of wood (branch)

Materials close up

Directions

  1. Start by removing the glass on the photo frame.
  2. Cut the wood vinyl tile to the size of the glass.
  3. Screw the basket and the wooden stick onto the wood vinyl tile, make sure you to use small screws with flat tips so it will not scratch your wall.
  4. Use spray paint to paint the wooden letters (if you like) .
  5. Glue your letters onto the vinyl.
  6. Place vinyl inside the frame

Treat and leash holder for Sally

Treat and Leash holder

In less than 15 minutes you have your pet’s new leash hanger with a cute treat basket

Sally can't wait for her treats!

Sally is a very important part of the family she is there to give her love whenever we are in need so it’s great that we can give some of this love back with by doing something special for her.Remember always to #TreatThePups because they will love you forever.

Our beautiful Sally enjoying her treats!

Our beautiful Sally enjoying her treats!

You can check out more great treats on treatthepups.com or by liking Milk-Bone and Milo’s Kitchen on their Facebook page and following @Milkbone and @MilosKitchen.
Do you included your pet in your holiday traditions? I would love to hear from you!

About the author

Cesar Diaz

Cesar is a freelance graphic designer with more than 15 years of experience in the advertising world. He is the creative force behind GrowingUpBilingual.com and 365thingsswfl.com. 2 year ago he gave up his steady job so he could spend more time at home and be more involved in his kid's lives. He loves sharing tips to maintain a healthier lifestyle both at home and while traveling. He likes to cook low calorie meals with a Latino touch, specially if they are on the grill. He is a techie, a carnivore and a fitness buff not necessarily in that order. During his free time he enjoys mountain biking, working out at the gym, watching movies and traveling with his family.

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  1. Robyn

    Absolutely love this idea!! So so cute for our furry little friends 🙂

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  2. Hilary

    This is such a great idea!! I would love to make this for my doggies!

  3. Priya

    so cute! Love the ideas!
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  4. Tesha Fritz

    I really like this idea. It is cute and easy.
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  5. Amy @ A Healthy Life For Me

    This is such a great idea! Perfect DIY gift for a friend.

  6. Andrea Kruse

    That is a great way to keep treats and leash handy! Great job. Sounds like you are a lucky family to have Sally, but she is also happy to have a family that loves her so much. #client

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