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3 Ways To Gift Your Homemade Dog Treats

Hey VetKidz! Gifting homemade dog treats is a kind and yummy thing to give your friends and family pets. Today I will show you 3 ways to gift your homemade dog treats. You can do this for cat treats too! Before we begin, please take a moment to pin this to your Craft Board or Dogs Board.

The longest method can take up to 1 day.

How To Gift Homemade Dog Treats

  1. Decorating A Mason Jar

    A festive, decorated Mason Jar can be a fun way to gift your homemade dog treats. Be warned, this can take a while, depending, so this is not a good thing to do last-minute. I put links to everything you need. Remember, though, in this day and age, shipping is slow, so if you need anything expect a bit of waiting.

    What you will need:
    1. Mason Jar,
    2. Acrylic Paint,
    3. Ribbon,
    4. Paint Brushes,
    5. Gift Tags,
    6. Blue Tape

    Candy Cane Mason Jar

    Do a thick base coat with white acrylic paint over your mason jar. Let dry fully.
    Once dry, put blue tape in vertical lines around the jar leaving space in between. (that’s up-and-down.)
    Paint the exposed white places with red. Once dry, remove the tape. If any paint gets peeled off, go back and do some touch-ups.
    Wrap some festive ribbon around the neck of the jar. Attach a gift tag to the ribbon and write the pet’s name on it.
    Fill with treats. Close and seal.

    Easy Mason Jar
    All you have to do is wrap some festive ribbon around the neck of the jar, attaching a gift tag with the dog’s name on it, and filling it with treats. Remember to close it tightly!

    Rudolph Mason Jar

    Do a thick base coat with brown acrylic paint over your mason jar. Let dry fully.

    Once dry, make a big red nose (circle) on the center front of your jar. Let dry if you used paint. Paste on large googly eyes. (I would use 2-inch ones.)
    Use brown pipe cleaners to make antlers. Paste or tape them on the back so they stick out. Make sure they don’t interfere with the lid.

  2. Cello Bags


    Decorating cello bags is much easier than decorating mason jars, especially if this is last-minute.

    You will need:
    1. Cello Bags,
    2. Ribbon,
    3. Gift Tags (optional)

    This is very simple, you will fill your cello bag with treats, tie it off with ribbon and a gift tag (optional). 🙂

  3. Baking Boxes

    This one is also very easy to do, and here is what you need.
    1. Boxes,
    2. Parchment or wax paper.
    All you have to do is line the boxes with wax or parchment paper and fill with treats.

3 Ways to Gift Your Homemade Dog Treats

Gifting dog treats is a fun thing to do. But ask permission before you give treats, something like, “is it ok if I gave your pet some of my homemade dog treats?” Ask about allergies and have your own pets do a taste test. All good treat bakers got through some trial and error at first.

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