DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

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DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

Owning a pet isn’t an easy task but it definitely is an enjoyable one. It has been a little over a year since Chubbacca became part of the family. The last 13 months have been filled with love, tears, laughter and endless memories. Nature’s Recipe® has been a go to for our pet because it provides the nutrition he needs in order to stay active.

DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

Nature’s Recipe® Benefits:

  • Has been bringing out the best in dogs for 35 years
  • Recipes full of premium ingredients
  • Now available at local Kroger stores and banner stores

DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

Nature’s Recipe® Promises:

  • No corn or wheat
  • Nothing is artificial
  • High quality protein source as the #1 ingredient

DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food
Fun Fact: Did you know the secret to having a pet with vibrant coat is the source of food. 

DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

DIY: Food or Treats Storage For Pets

Supplies Needed:

  1. Mason jar
  2. Spray paint
  3. Ribbon
  4. Letter sticker

Step by Step:

  1. Remove any sticker the mason jar has
  2. Spray paint the lid; wait for one hour to air dry
  3. Add the letter sticker to the mason jar
  4. Make a ribbon to wrap it around
  5. Add all the pieces together

DIY: Creative Way To Store Pets Food

As you all probably know by now Chubbacca is a very active dog who needs to be walked regularly. Otherwise there will be a lot of jumping around house, biting down of things, and the destruction of toys. Due to the activeness of our pet he needs a high source of protein. Such as Nature’s Recipe Grain Free Salmon, as he loves the taste of anything Salmon.

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4 Comments

  1. March 28, 2017 / 2:46 pm

    He is so cute! And looks so happy!

    • Betzy Cuellar
      March 29, 2017 / 8:29 am

      Thank you

  2. Janet
    April 7, 2017 / 8:32 am

    Love the idea but that jar wouldn’t work at our house 🙂

    • Betzy Cuellar
      April 15, 2017 / 10:10 am

      I’m you enjoyed it

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