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Remember that rush when you open a fresh package of biscuits or crackers. The fresh smell. The rich scent. The crisp texture! Oh it’s amazing when you open a fresh bag isn’t it? Now what about a few days later? It’s not so great anymore is it? The moisture gets into the bag. What once was fresh is now stale. Moist. Soggy. Bleh. Who wants to eat that right?
Well, the same thing happens with our dog treats. Once the package is opened, often times just a few days later and they aren’t so fresh anymore. Now you all know how much we love Odin. So I’m saying no more. I went to work on a project to get a dog treat box that will keep our snacks for our Odin fresh and crisp. And naturally with Valentine’s Day right around the corner; why not make it a special Valentine Box just for him?
This Valentine box for dogs is so simple. Seriously it will take you no time at all. And doesn’t cost a lot of money either. Which is a huge bonus right? But it will keep you and your pet very happy for a very long time. Plus keep all the pet snacks fresh! And it will look fabulous to boot!
Valentine Box supplies
You will need
- air tight container. I found a Better Homes and Gardens air tight canister in the kitchen section of our local retail store. The lid locks into place and creates a perfect air tight seal.
- Pet stickers of your choice
- Alphabet stickers of your choice
- Window clings
- Milk-Bone biscuits
Once you get home clean out the canister and make sure it is thoroughly dry.
Next you will simply apply the stickers and window clings where you desire. I found the cutest puppy love window clings at Walmart for only $1. And ended up not even needing any of the puppy stickers I had purchased. And the window clings stuck perfectly too; so I didn’t even need the craft glue I purchased. Just simply arrange the stickers however you would like to make the canister look appealing to you.
Next take the Alphabet stickers and label the canister. I was able to cut one of the “1” stickers in half and made it into an apostrophe for “Odin’s”. And then I had the canister labeled “Odin’s Treats”.
Seriously about this time I had spent less than 5 minutes on this Valentine box for dogs. And we are already on the last step. I am telling you it is super easy. Get the kids involved and let them help decorate the dog treat box if they are around.
Now the last step is to simply fill the Valentine box with Milk-Bone biscuits.
Place the air tight lid into place, lock it and you are finished! Didn’t I mention it was super easy? But now I have an adorable treat box for Odin and his Milk-Bone biscuits will stay fresh and crisp for him.
And in less than 10 minutes you have the perfect Valentine gift for your dog! And to make it even sweeter the Milk‑Bone® brand is giving you two chances to win when you say I love you with a Milk‑Bone® biscuit. Look for specially-marked boxes in a store near you. Or you can Enter now for a second chance to be one of the other winners selected on Valentine’s Day!
Do you give Valentine Gifts to your pets?
How would you decorate this simple Valentine Box for your dog?
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