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Dog's Cupid Arrow Carrier

By: Erika Lindquist

It's time to take love into your own hands (or paws). The Dog's Cupid Arrow Carrier is a cute Valentine's Day craft you can make for your dog to wear. It's a fun and easy project to express your festivity for the holiday of love.

Dog's Cupid Arrow Carrier


  • Paper towel roll
  • Some paper
  • Chop sticks
  • Elastic
  • Spray paint
  • Paint pen
  • Glitter
  • A belt


  1. Cut the roll to the desired length and cut out a round piece of sturdy paper to close the bottom of the roll. Then glue it in place with a good glue, like Fabri-Tac.

  2. Spray paint the roll black. While waiting for it to dry, lay down the chop sticks on sturdy paper and draw out the desired shapes/sizes of the arrow heads.

  3. Cut out the arrow parts, glue to the chopsticks and then spray paint them gold.

  4. Now back to the black carrier while the arrows dry! I used a white paint pen by Tulip to write "Love" and then sprinkled glitter.

  5. After the writing dries, line the top edge. I used gold bias tape. Make 4 slits in the back with a knife and pull the elastic thru. You should have two pieces of elastic to keep the strap in place (hopefully this picture explains it better!).

  6. And there you have it!




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