Irresistible Pets Link Love 

Here are a few links from around the web that I think are irresistible! Have a great weekend!

  Loving this DIY Wreath from Sew Doggystyle!

♥ 24 Stylish Dog-Inspired Home Decor Ideas That Are Anything But Tacky from Bark Post.

Perfect Pet Photos for Your Holiday Cards from The Lazy Pitbull

♥ I know it says Baby Shower but if you keep scrolling I promise there’s bunnies in party hats!

♥ As someone that gets regular migraines, I was really curious about this article from Fidose of Reality, Do Dogs Get Headaches?

♥  DIY Simple Tug Toy for Dogs by Ammo the Dachshund

In Case You Missed It . . .

Also, be sure to check out our blog posts from this week in case you missed it!

DIY Ugly Christmas Sweater for Dogs

♥  Chuckit Dog Toys Giveaway

TropiClean Dental Chews

Dog Treat Meme

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Christmas is right around the corner and this year we are thinking about hosting an ugly sweater party. Of course, Chuy has to be included too! I took a plain dog sweater and turned it into a tacky, gaudy, blinged out Christmas Candy themed “ugly” sweater using Tulip Sparkle Products. You can do this with any sweater for dogs or humans! Be sure to also check out our DIY Winter Wonderland Dog Sweater and DIY Christmas Bling Collar.

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Tulip Glitter Fabric Paint for Ugly Christmas Sweater

Ugly Christmas Sweater for Dogs Tutorial

These are the steps I took to create my ugly sweater for Chuy. Feel free to follow them or just use them as a guide but remember to get creative and have fun! I found this cute but plain sweater from Walgreen’s and transformed it into a Christmas Candy Land!

Ugly Christmas Sweater Before and After

Before you glue anything to the sweater, start by arranging the items on the sweater to get an idea of how you want it to look.


Next, I started outlining the bone with Tulip Glitter fabric paint in gold.


Once that dried, I started gluing on the Christmas candies since they were the largest items.

Then I filled in the gaps with pom poms and rhinestones. Chuy was curious about what I was doing!


Once I had everything in place, I added some extra bling with the Tulip Glitter Fabric Paint in gold. I used it to draw a few designs in the empty spaces. You can apply it thick or thin, depending on how you want it to look. It dries similar to puffy paint from back in the day. I made some squiggle lines and dots. Allow some time for everything to dry.

Tulip Glitter Fabric Paint

Here’s the final result of our Ugly Sweater Challenge on Chuy! He is ready for the next party!



Are you planning on making an Ugly Sweater this holiday season? Leave a comment below and tell us all about it!

More Ugly Christmas Sweater Inspiration

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Disclosure: I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with I Love to Create and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.


TropiClean Advanced Cleaning System Dental Chews #SmoochUrPooch

I’m back with another simple dental solution for busy pet parents! I recently told you about the TropiClean Water Additive that you can add to your dog’s water, daily. TropiClean also has Dental Chews that help to keep your dog’s teeth and mouth healthy and clean. Incorporating a dental health routine is at the core […]

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Dear Santa, Send Me a Neato Robot Vacuum! #NeatoVacuumBestforPets

Dear Santa, As you know I love Chuy so much but I really don’t love the hair that he leaves all around our house. I have to spend so much time cleaning up his hair from our carpets and floors. I recently found out about all the amazing things the Neato Robot Vacuum can do […]

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Glow in the Dark Dog Toys for Busy Pet Parents

I love this time of year because of the holiday festivities but I wish it didn’t get dark out side before the work day ends. It’s a lot harder to get walks or outdoor play time in because of that. Thankfully, since I live in Virginia Beach, we still have many mild temperature days during […]

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