Hey every body! It's time to get creative! Get out any pretty card paper or construction paper you have! Were going to make a savings jar! I already made one and i am extremely happy with how it turned out! Mine is labeled for my pet fund. Mine is for buying food, new toys, or treats! Although i only put a small amount in per week, it will build up fast! And if i decide to, i can add more in! The littlest amount i can put in per week is $2.00 but i can go as high as i want! So this really will build up! Your prices, decorations, and purposes will obviously be different. But i did think it would be fun to share! Lets get started!
In the end, my second one did not turn out as nicely as the first one, just because it is taller and the paper was to short both ways. But, It will turn out well if you are careful, precise, and creative! This is actually something i learned how to make off of YouTube. The lady making it actually was making hers for a vet fund and it is a little bit different than mine because from the way she wrote it on her container, it seems like she adds more in every day rather than every month or week. But, i thought that i would share it with ya'll . Here is a link to the YouTube video and then her website all about hamsters ( well, for the people who have hamsters anyway.) I hope you enjoyed!
These yummy treats ( to your dog!) are grain free and simple to make! They look like cute biscuits that are made for people! ( But don't eat them. They probably taste bad to us, But my dog loves them! All though... She's not very picky!) My dog begs for more! (Literally) Make sure to consider any allergies your dog may have! This recipe does not require a stove, but a toaster oven set on bake!
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