Pet Treat Pail

Pet Treat Pail

 

Turn any type of lidded pail into special storage for pet treats with scrapbook paper and painted images.

by DecoArt.com

Materials:

DecoArt Products Required
Laurie Speltz's Instant Images

  • IIT06 - 3/8 in. Duo Tool
  • IIP07 - Pets Pocket Template
  • IIT07 - 1/4 in. Duo Tool

Americana Acrylics

  • DAO1 - Snow (Titanium) White
  • DAO42 - Baby Blue
  • DAO64 - Burnt Umber
  • DAO67 - Lamp (Ebony) Black
  • DA228 - Bright Orange
  • DA242 - Fawn
  • DA269 - Foliage Green --- NEW!!

Supplies

  • Scrapbook paper
  • Assorted alphabet stickers
  • Ribbons
  • Permanent ink pen
  • Adhesives
  • Clear pail with lid

Steps:

  1. Cut scrapbook paper to fit pail.
     
  2. Base paws with Lamp Black and highlight with Snow White.
     
  3. Bones are based with Fawn. Shade bottom of bone with Burnt Umber; highlight tops with Snow White.
     
  4. Adhere alphabet stickers into place.
     
  5. Decorate stickers with Bright Orange hearts and dots, Foliage Green stroke marks, and Snow White and Baby Blue dots.
     
  6. Add zig zag shapes with Lamp Black and add Snow White dots.
     
  7. Use adhesive to add ribbon around top of pail.
     
  8. Insert scrapbook paper into or adhere it to pail. (You could also adhere paper to front of pail if desired.)


Helpful Hints
- Refer to template and tool package for additional information on template and tool usage and techniques.
- If using a solid metal pail, attach the scrapbook paper to the outside of the pail.

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