Dog Treat Jar


Dog Treat Jar

Give man's best friend his own Dog Treat Jar with enamel paint paw prints. These jars are cute and easy craft projects for dogs, and will surely bring a smile to your pet's face!


Glass Dog
 Treat Jar


DecoArt Products Required
Americana Gloss Enamels

  • DAG67 - Black --- NEW!!
  • DAG164 - Light Buttermilk --- NEW!!
  • DAG265 - Tuscan Red --- NEW!!

Americana Brushes

  • DBR2004-B - Round 4
  • DBF3010-B - Shader 10


  • Foam plate
  • 1/4" and 3/4" round foam pouncer brushes
  • Glass snack jar (We used a jar by Komodo Intl., item TP-7SL.)


Preparation: Remove all stickers or labels from surfaces.

  1. Refer to photo for placement and use large pouncer dipped into Black to paint large paws on each flat side of jar.
  2. Use small pouncer and Black to stamp four small dots by each large one.
  3. With shader brush, paint Light Buttermilk lines for center of bones. Use small pouncer and Light Buttermilk to stamp two dots on each end to complete bone shapes.
  4. Use round brush and Tuscan Red to paint heart at center of bones and paw prints; let dry.

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Please include the link where we can purchase these jars. Thanks and so cute!

Hi there! I had trouble finding one exactly like this, but you could use an oversized mason jar like this one: I hope that helps! -Dana from FaveCrafts

Super cute! Great idea that I want to try out. We never had a special jar for the treats before.

These would make wonderful gifts filled with dog biscuits! I have some family and friends that either don't have children or their children are adult and out of the house but have pets that are greatly loved and part of the family. Instead of giving them a gift that I may have chosen which doesn't exactly fit them, I know they would love and appreciate a gift for their pets instead! I've seen many cute jars at the dollar stores that would work for this! thanks for the idea!

Thats great and cute. I used an old large cookie jar.

Great job and idea wonderful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ) ) ) )

This is really neat and very easy to do , thanks .


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