Don’t forget about those furry, scaly and feathered family members this holiday season! Here’s a roundup of some awesome pet-friendly homemade Christmas present ideas and tutorials :
1. Recycled Cardboard Kitty Pad: Save the shipping boxes from all of your online Christmas orders to make a (free!) homemade scratch pad.
2. Pup’kin Biscuits: If there’s one thing I know about Rachael Ray, it’s that she loves her pups. If she deems this tasty treat recipe worthy of her own furry bestie, you know it’s got to be good for yours too.
3. Easy No-Sew Fleece Dog Bed: This tutorial couldn’t be easier, and by gosh, that puppy couldn’t be cuter.
4. Cardboard Cat Playhouse: I almost want to adopt a cat now just so I can make it this cool cat playhouse.
5. Suitcase Pet Beds: I almost want to BE a cat now just so I can snuggle up in one of these suitcase pet beds.
6. 9 Fabulous Handmade or DIY Pet Beds: Here are 9 more cool DIY pet bed ideas for you courtesy of re-nest.com. I think if I were a dog or cat, I’d be inclined to lounge around in one of these all day. I’d be the laziest, most comfortable pet ever.
7. Bird Seed Ornaments: They’re not quite for pets, but I remember making these when I was in preschool to hang outside for the wild birds and squirrels. You can find additional homemade bird treats HERE.
8. Catnip Fish Toys: So easy. So addicting. Your cat will love you forever if you make it a few of these.
9. Organic Homemade Pet Treats: There’s a recipe for dogs and one for cats, check them out for some edible pet gifts that are sure to keep your furry friends happy and healthy this holiday.
10. Fish Tank Christmas Tree: Leave it to Martha to cover all the bases with this adorable homemade gift for your fish!
What homemade gifts are you making for the pets in your life this holiday season? Let us know in the comments section below!
Stay tuned to this blog for the upcoming DIY edibles gift guide!
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