Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Recycled Dog Treat Holder

Hello everyone!!!!  Hope you all enjoyed your weekend!  I want to thank everyone for your well wishes about my leg...  It's definitely healing, and I am able to move around pretty normally now.  I had to make several trips to the doctor, and he diagnosed me with "second degree road burn" on my lower leg!!!!  YIKES!  I got a tetanus shot, two different types of antibiotics, and lots of bandage changes!  I'm also very happy my dad is healing too, his arm has a HUGE bruise!  Soooo glad we're both getting better!  I'll share a couple pictures at the bottom of this post... Anywho, today is another challenge over at Krafty Girls!!!!  The challenge this week is: 3D projects.  I decided to turn an old peanut butter jar into a dog treat holder...  My mom hoards (I mean, collects) containers like that, so I put one of them to good use!  :)  My dogs sure do approve of this project!!!




Mini Monograms- I turned a scalloped circle into an oval H 4.10 x W 2.56"
George and Basic Shapes- oval cut at 2.94 x 2.10"
Doodletype- "yum!" cut at .76"
Peachy Keen Stamps- Wide Eyed and Bushy Tailed Face Assortment
Stickles- star dust, cotton candy
Patterned paper
White gel pen- stitching and paw prints
Peanut butter jar (mine's Jif, guess my mom's a "choosy mom"), hee hee
Dog treats

Okay, here are some pictures from my freak accident....

This is the "sinkhole" we fell into!  That was so scary!  I think the two pieces on the left are the ones that ate my leg!

Here's a picture of my upper leg!  This was after it was already starting to heal...  The bruise was much darker, and it looked really dark on that white leg (the camera flash really washed out what little color I do have on those legs, and trust me it's not much to begin with)! 

*I won't show you the lower leg (it's way too gnarly)!  My sister is pregnant and she gets sick when she looks at it, so that pretty much sums it up!

Well...  Hope you enjoyed my treat holder!  Now head on over to Krafty Girls and link up your 3D projects!  :)

17 comments:

DIANA L. said...

Looks like you are on the mend. So happy you are both ok.
Love the recycled treat container.

DIANA L.
http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

Carolyn/MamaC said...

I am so glad that your scrapes and bruises are healing (and your dad, too). The recycled jar/dog treat holder is so cute! I bet it only took one treat and your furbaby loves the new treat jar, too!
Carolyn
http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

jessica said...

adorable recycled project! love the paper!!
Ouch! your leg looks sore...but glad you are on mend!

kisatrtle said...

Dang girl. That leg looks sore. Glad you're ok. Love the treat holder.

Ashley said...

O ouch. hope gets all better soon!! Love the treat holder:)
hope you can link it up to tell me tuesday this week!

Lisa said...

Oh wow, Amy, that had to be so painful. I'm so glad you and your dad are on the mend. Your treat holder is absolutely adorable!! :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

Super cute project!My doggie would approve of that one too :) So glad to hear that you and your dad are starting to heal!

Stacey

Jennifer said...

So scary! I'm glad that you are okay and safe though. Hopefully you are getting lots of puppy kisses because I know after tis project, your dog will definitely love you even more. :-)

The Creative Mommy said...

Oh my Amy! How scary was that? And to think, that could have been MUCH WORSE! It's already bad, but gosh, you could have ended up in the hospital! I am SO glad your ok!!! And your project is SUPER CUTE!! Great job!!

Brenda said...

That is a nasty wound you have my friend. I hope that someone does something about this hole to make it safer for others who might be around it. I love, love your recyled jar! I guess we should all be more like your mom and save these containers to reuse them. You have a smart and choosy mom!!! Happy healing to you and your dad.

Susie Craft Happy! said...

Oh wow, glad you're on the mend.

Great treat jar! So creative!!

Susie

Susie Craft Happy! said...

Oh wow, glad you're on the mend.

Great treat jar! So creative!!

Susie

Karen said...

How scary! Glad you and your dad are ok! This project is so cute! I love the little pawprints around the sentiment! :)

Karen
craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

Arin F said...

Wow! That freak accident looked terrible! I did like your showcase on you this past week at FCCB! It was fun to get to know you! Your fellow FCCB Design Team member, Arin

Georgiana said...

Loving those paw prints, but not your leg! So sorry. Hope it gets better soon!

Georgiana
Carson's Creations

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Awesome! i love the ideal of making a treat holder for you dog. I have to give this a try.

Wow cant believe this happen to you. I hope you feel better soon. AJ!

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