Because it’s Cute.
One of the top questions I’ve received recently is “who make’s Dolly’s bow collar?” I have to laugh every time because I made it and it literally cost under $4.00 when it was all said and done! When we picked Dolly at the breeder’s home we actually had to wait a week and a half before officially bringing her home since. She was still too little to be away from her momma, so I busied myself those 10 days with projects like this one.
I knew I wanted Dolly to wear a bow, but her puppy hair was just too short at the time (and honestly, still kind of is, ha!) to put one on her head, so I thought I’d make one to wear around her neck. I picked up all of the supplies at Walmart one evening and the grand total between the ribbon and collar was $3.79! Honestly, I had no idea if it would work or if she would tolerate the bow, but so far so good! She doesn’t mind and it looks so stinking cute.
So I thought I’d do a little DIY video and show you how to recreate this adorable collar for your furry friend! I hope you enjoy the video and definitely let me know if you are interested in more crafts. I love doing them and am always working on some sort of project!
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P.S. Dolly’s been wearing her collar since the day she came home! I’ve hand washed it a few times because she loves to roll around in the dirt, but so far it has held up and cleans really well!