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Good morning! It’s time for another fun addition of Team Creative Crafts! This month the theme is all about our pets and the crafts that go along with our favorite furry friends. My oldest son just graduated from Brigham Young University – Idaho, and him & his sweet wife are moving back home to Northwest Arkansas. We are so excited & feel so blessed to have them so close. They brought their dog, Harper, with them! Annnnnd my grand pup is a sweetie! So we decided to make her a Personalized Dog Bandana to wear around her neck. It is so cute! Annnnnd so easy to make. Let me show you how! 🙂
All you have to do is cut out your pup’s name out with Cricut iron-on vinyl. Be sure to reverse your image before cutting. I love using my Cricut Joy for small projects like these. It’s so easy to get out! 🙂 Also, just FYI I used the Howser font for this project. You can download that cute font right here.
Next I used my mini Cricut Heat Press to iron on my design. You can find out more about this cute little heat press from Cricut right here.
Let your design cool, and then slowly pull back the backing paper leaving your design behind! 🙂
Harper loves her new bandana. She’s going to fit right in here in Arkansas. 🙂
Check out these other fun pet crafts from Team Creative Crafts! 🙂
If you are looking for an easy sewing project, Laura of Me and My INKlings is sharing an Over the Collar Pet Bandana. Perfect for puppies because it won’t slide off their neck when they get rambunctious.
Laura of Laura’s Crafty Life is sharing an amazingly thoughtful Rainbow Bridge Necklace with charms representing your pet. Perfect to make for yourself or give as a gift.
Let the kiddo’s imagination run wild with Free Animal Masks to Print and Color. Hand-drawn by Beth of Creatively Beth, this trio of a dog, cat, and frog are free to download, print, and color.
Smitha of Smiling Colors is so talented and has created a tutorial on How to Draw a Dog. This would be a great way to spend a summer afternoon with the kiddos, learning new skills!
Tackle that summer reading list early with Punny Animal Bookmarks from Shani of Sunshine and Munchkins. This funny set will inspire the kiddos to read and are FREE to download.
Get the kiddos involved in summer crafting with their favorite Disney Animals as SVG Files to add to t-shirts. Justin of Little Dove has created these as a FREE download.
Erica of 5 Little Monsters is the crochet queen and is sharing an adorable Pet Finger Puppets Playset with free patterns. Spark the kiddo’s imagination with hours of imaginative play!
Beth of Creatively Beth is sharing a quick and easy DIY Personalized Pet Bandana with two supplies from the craft store. Dixie loves to dress up in her monogrammed scarf.
Create bright and colorful Paracord Dog Collars for your favorite pups with an easy tutorial from Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama. This pattern can be customized for any size dog or cat!
Laura of Me and My INKlings has created a quick and easy Recycled Water Bottle Dog Toy. Sew together rainbow colors of Kunin Felt and keep those pups busy for hours!
If Crazy Cat Lady is your vibe, then embrace it with this wicked funny Starbucks Cup created by Liz of Liz on Call. Download her Free SVG File and make one today!
Kimberly of Crafting Cheerfully is sharing a gorgeous Layered Paper Mandala Dog Print Frame created with paper! I know, can you believe this is paper?
Make your pup the best dressed at the park with a Personalized Dog Bandana. Ginger of Ginger Snap Crafts is sharing the full tutorial using her Cricut cutting machine, so you can make one, for YOUR favorite puppy!
Elise of Polka Dotted Blue Jay loves any excuse to enjoy a cupcake, so she is sharing an adorable set of Puppy Party Cupcake Toppers. She is sharing how easy it is to print and cut with her Silhouette cutting machine.
Keep your favorite puppy comfy and cozy in a Crocheted Dog Bed with Free Pattern. Get all the tips and tricks for this project from Heather of Homemade Heather.
Enjoy these other fun animal inspired crafts for kids! Click the link or picture for the tutorial. 🙂
Have a fabulous weekend! Any plans with your pets? Let me know. 🙂
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