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Dog Bone Frame

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What you’ll need:
Tape
5″ x 7″ Mat
Dog bones (1 or 2 large, many small)
School glue
Permanent Marker in dark color
Ribbon
Scissors
Craft clear spray

How to make it:
Arrange all bones on the mat with the big bones on the top and bottom.
Write the dog or dogs’ names on the big bones.
Glue the bones in place.
Let the glue dry completely.
Spray with craft clear spray. Let dry.
Tape picture of your dog(s) on the back of the mat.
Cut a piece of ribbon and tape it to the back of the mat to hang on the wall.

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Catnip Mouse

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What you’ll need:
Dried catnip
Small child’s sock
Fiberfill
Yarn
Permanent marker
Felt
Nontoxic glue

Directions:
1 Place a pinch of dried catnip in the toe of a small child’s sock. Insert a handful of fiberfill, add more catnip, then tie the sock closed with yarn.
2 Draw a face with permanent marker and stick on felt ears with nontoxic glue.