We recently adopted a new fur baby. She is an older Jack Russel. And, she needed a new home because her mom was moving into an assisted living facility that isn’t pet friendly. Lucy is a sweet old girl that lets me dress her. So, of course I HAD to make her and Ed some DIY Dog Clothes for Valentine’s Day.
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Dog Sweater and Bandanas
I was so very excited to find blank dog sweaters and bandanas recently. I knew right away what I was going to do with them.
Ed isn’t a fan of pet pajamas or dog shirts. I did manage to get him in dog pajamas for a quick Christmas picture with his siblings. And, little Lucy was as happy as she could be in her little dog dress for pictures.
I decided that Lucy’s dog shirt should say FREE KISSES, and Ed’s dog bandana should say I WOOF YOU! Both are perfect for their personalities. Ed hates having his photo taken. And, Lucy, being a good Jack Russel, bounces all over when I try to take a picture.
DIY Pet Sweater
If you want to make your very own Valentine’s Day Pet Clothes you only need a few supplies and a few minutes. And, you probably have most of the supplies on hand already.
If you need more detailed instructions, check out this post.
Supplies for Doggie Valentine’s Day SVG file Projects:
EasyPress – The Mini works best for small dog clothes
Amazon Link – Dog Bandana
Amazon Link – Dog Shirts