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11 Super Easy Dog Crafts for Kids

I think these dog crafts for kids are almost too cute? I’m very much a dog person rather than a cat person (is it controversial to say that?!) so dog activities for kids always appeal. Of course with it about to become the Chinese Year of The Dog these would make some great Chinese New Year crafts for kids but they’re good fun too for kids that are learning about pets or just as some inspiration for animal crafts.

easy dog crafts for kids

Dog Crafts for Kids

All the dog crafts for kids that I’m sharing today appear in the same order that they are in the image below, I’ve shared more craft ideas though than there are in the image so make sure that you have a good look through the list to find some new favourites! Want to make sure that you have these ideas to hand when you need them? Be sure to bookmark this page or pin the image below so you have all this inspiration where you need it when you need it!

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D is for doghouse letter craft from Crystal and Comp

Paper bag puppy from  Crafts on Sea

Toilet roll dogs from Easy Peasy and Fun

Footprint puppy from Crafty Morning

Dog shape activity from Nurturestore

Coffee filter dog from Look We’re Learning

Spring dog from Mess For Less

Dog corner bookmark from Red Ted Art

Dog pencil holder from Easy Peasy and Fun

Paper plate dog from Craftulate

Want more easy craft ideas?

If you’re getting ready for Chinese New Year then this post with over 20 cool ideas is the one for you!

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Or for more fun animal crafts for kids why not take a look at this round up of Dear Zoo activities and crafts

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It’s all about the dogs and puppies in this collection of dog crafts for kids!

Perfect for all dog lovers, big and small!

Dog Crafts for Kids - Fun Crafts to Make With Your Kids

You’ll find it all – simple handprint and footprint projects toddlers and preschoolers will easily master, fun paper craft projects perfect for kids in kindergarten and even some cool ideas older kids (and you) will really enjoy!

1. If you like crafting with toilet paper rolls (or kitchen towel rolls) you’re going to love making these paper roll dogs. Easy Peasy and Fun

2. You can make a fun crafting activity using dog coloring pages – it’s easy just use some cotton balls, tissue paper, glitter, scrap fabric (…) insted of coloring pens. Easy Peasy and Fun

3.  We’re fans of easy crafts here and it can’t get easier than this – make a footprint dog! Crafty Morning

4. You can also use a hand to make a fun looking handprint dog! Fun Handprint Art

5. Paper plate crafts are another favorite and this paper plate dog is adorable! Kids Activities Blog

6. Have you ever made pom poms? They are actually fairly easy to make and you can make a cute puppy! MollyMoo

7.  This “spring” dog is another fun one for the kids! Mess for Less

8. If your kids like origami why not give these paper bag dogs a try? Artsy Craftsy Mom

9. Here’s another take at toilet paper roll dog. Crafts by Amanda

10. If you want to extend the fun beyond crafting do make this amazing talking dog puppet! MollyMoo

11. Printable crafts can be a whole lot of fun, for instance you can make this puppy ears card. Mmmcrafts

12. Or these printable dog masks. Itsy Bitsy Fun

Fun Dog Crafts for Kids


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Are you more of a dog person? These dog crafts will be great for kids to make and have fun with. It’s also a great way to introduce your kids to the concept of caring for your pet.
dog crafts for kids

So, your child has been asking—nay, begging—you for a dog? Teaching them the responsibilities of owning a pet is a tough job, but it’s essential before you bring a little furry friend into your home.

If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to educate your little ones about pet ownership, crafting is the way to go. In pursuit of that, here are 27 dog crafts to take on with your dog-loving kids.

1. Cute Dog Paper Plates

Dog Paper Plates


The great thing about dog-themed crafting is that no matter what you do, the result is going to turn out cute. These dog paper plates are an ideal example of that fact! These are cute, easy, and cheap to make.

This craft is ideal for working with younger kids who have just graduated with safety scissors. Make just one for the fun of it, or make them in bulk for your child’s next birthday party. The sky’s the limit!

2. Cardboard Tube Dogs

Cardboard Tube Dogs


Searching for some dog-themed décor for your child’s room, but don’t want to shell out for the high prices? This craft is exactly for you. Sit down with your kids one afternoon and crank them out!

All you’ll need are some cardboard tubes, a Sharpie marker, some extra cardboard, googly eyes, and acrylic paint (try out this set for kids). These come together in no time, and the result is precious.

Got some other cardboard tubes in need of a purpose? Not to worry, here are toilet paper roll crafts to make.

3. Toy Story Slinky Dog

Toy Story Slinky Dog


We all grew up on the cultural phenomenon that is our beloved Toy Story. If you’ve passed your love of the film onto your kids, this Slinky Dog craft will have them smiling from ear to ear (and you too).

Craft your very own Slinky Dog in any size you like! Hang him on the wall, prop him on a nightstand, or keep him in the toy chest with Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the gang.

His body is made from foam craft sheets (find them here). They’re super easy to work with, so your kids will have no problem with the assembly. Get slinking!

4. Printable Dog Walking Toys

Dog Walking Toys


This is a fantastic toy to make if you’d like to teach your kids about the importance of walking the dog. Kids often don’t consider the responsible aspects of dog ownership, so this is very educational.

The original tutorial for this craft features a printable template, but you can also draw your own if you don’t own a printer. Swap out the straws for their sustainable bamboo counterparts (here).

Speaking of paper crafts, here are paper crafts you’ll enjoy!

5. Origami Dog Corner Bookmarks

Origami Dog Corner Bookmarks


Does your little one love books almost as much as they love dogs? Here’s the perfect craft to combine the two! Not to mention, these corner bookmarks help develop their fine motor control.

Based on the emoji, this pup-themed bookmark only needs origami paper in the right colors (find them here), some glue, some scissors, and a pen. Then, simply follow the video tutorial.

6. Paper Dog & Puppy Boxes

Paper Dog Boxes


Speaking of origami and the art of folding, these paper puppy boxes are another chance to get your kids honing their fine motor skills. Whether it’s for party favors or just for fun, these are perfect!

The original tutorial uses a Cricut machine (here), which is designed to precision-cut paper for all sorts of crafts. Then, you fold the trapezoidal box that fits beneath the pup. Hidden storage for the win!

7. Paper Plate Dog with Waggling Ears

Paper Plate Dog


Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? No? Well, this paper plate’s ears do! This craft is fun for kids to make, and they’ll have a ball playing with the finished toy.

Think of it almost like a paper plate puppet. Once made, you just pull on the string, and the ears will waggle just like a real dog. You can even use it as a last-minute Halloween costume, complete with moving parts!

8. DIY Pom Pom Pup

DIY Pom Pom Pup


If you just don’t have the time or money to bring a new furry friend into the house right now, this is the craft for you. Who knew two home-made pom-poms and some ear flaps could look so cute?

While you can make the pom poms with some cardboard, having a pom pom maker like this around the house is great for any future projects.

While it can’t bark or wag its tail, this fluffy companion should be enough to satisfy your child (at least for a little while). Try out any of these easy DIY sock plushies if this one loses its effectiveness!

9. Toilet Paper Roll Dogs

Toilet Paper Roll Dogs


Here’s take two of the toilet paper roll dogs. This time, the pups are standing on all fours rather than sitting on their hindquarters, so they make for great toys.

There’s no limit to the breeds you can make with these, so why not take it as an educational opportunity? Read up on the different dog breeds with your child and make them as you go.

10. DIY Paper Bag Puppets

Paper Bag Puppets


These paper bag puppets are ideal for group activities (think kindergarten classrooms or birthday parties). The supplies are easy to acquire in bulk, and the kids can make them in their own vision.

Once the puppets have been crafted, encourage the kids to put on a performance with them! Have them each learn about a single dog breed and present on it.

If you’re looking for a sustainable way to do this craft, make sure to pick up some unwaxed brown paper bags like these. These are recyclable!

11. Printable Dog Companions

Printable Dog Companions


Originally made to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Dog, these printable dog toys are super easy to put together. Simply cut out the template, tape in place, and let your little one play with their new friend.

This is great to do with younger kids who have just started working with scissors. Simple shape cutting will progress their skills, and there’s no dangerous hot glue in sight.

12. Walkable Balloon Puppy

Walkable Balloon Puppy


This is a craft that will be revisited many times in your home, I guarantee it. Quick and easy to bring together, these walkable balloon puppies give your kids their very own pet for a day!

All you’ll need to bring these pups to life are some balloons in your little one’s favorite color, some crepe paper for the ears and tail, a sharpie, and ribbon for the leash.

Find some other budget-friendly ways to keep your kids entertained with these Dollar Store projects for kids.

13. 3D Paper Plate Dog Masks

3D Paper Plate Dog Masks


Unlike the previous DIY, this craft puts your little one in the mind of a canine instead of giving them one to play with. Using a paper plate and myriad of crafting tools, this mask is perfect for birthday parties.

Simply cut the specified shapes out of the paper plate, fold into a concave shape to sit on the face, then decorate. You can opt for Elmer’s glue instead of hot glue to keep their little fingers safe.

If this is for a birthday party, come up with some games the kids can play as their new canine personas. Fetch, anyone?

14. Valentine’s Day Toilet Roll Puppy

Toilet Roll Puppy


Whether it’s for  Valentine’s day gift for their school crush or a thank-you gift for Mom, these toilet roll puppies fit the bill. With adorable mopey faces and heart-shaped patches, they’re so cute!

All you need is a toilet roll, some white paint, some black construction paper, and a marker. Sit down with your kiddo and offer a guiding hand but let them go nuts on their own design and express themselves!

15. Adorable Pipe Cleaner Puppies

Pipe Cleaner Puppies


Here’s one for any parents of tweens reading. These pipe cleaner puppies are one of the quickest ways I know to whip up an animal toy. Best of all, you only need pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and glue.

Create the body by coiling a single pipe cleaner into a spring shape. Then, glue the tail and legs on as separate pieces before adding some black beads (like these) for the eyes. Simply adorable!

16. Upcycled Toilet Paper Roll Dog

Toilet Paper Roll Dog


Here’s another take on the toilet paper roll pup, this time with a lolling tongue and floppy ears. Whip out the acrylic paints and some construction paper and get to crafting with your child.

Paint the toilet paper tube in a solid color or go for patches. Then, it’s up to you and your little one to bring the dog to life! Cut out some floppy ears, a snout, a tongue, and some eyes to bring it together.

17. Folded Towel Puppy

Folded Towel Puppy


There are few things better than an easy craft with a great payoff, and that’s exactly what this is. Using a fluffy towel and some origami-level folding skills, you can craft an adorable toy from thin air!

The only other things you’ll need are an elastic band, some ribbon, some patterned felt for the ears, and some scissors (for the felt). While it’s not a living pet, it is the very next best thing for your child.

18. Dog Finger Puppet Party Favours

Dog Finger Puppet


These dog finger puppets are perfect for a variety of situations. Whether you’re a parent organizing a birthday party or a teacher looking for an easy activity, dog finger puppets are the solution for you.

These puppets are simple to make and so fun to play with. If you’re giving them away as party favors, try stuffing them with candy first to deliver an extra-special treat!

Find other ideas to make your child’s birthday party an amazing one with these budget-friendly Dollar Store party ideas!

19. Rolly and Bingo Paper Plate Craft

Rolly and Bingo Paper Plates


Easy as a fun Friday morning activity with the kids, this Rolly and Bingo paper plate craft barely needs anything from your craft cupboard. Despite this, they’re oodles of fun to make and play with!

When it comes to painting the plates, you can either use the standard paint brushes or you can invest in some paint markers like these. They’re much cleaner, much simpler to use, and just as fun.

20. Heart Dog Celebration Card

Heart Dog Celebration Card


We all know kids aren’t expected to give gifts around birthdays or the holiday season. However, a handmade card expresses love just as well as any gift. That’s where these heart-shaped dogs come in.

Begin by printing out the template, then have your kids cut around them to create the card pieces. Assemble in order and let them write their message of love inside!

Any relative would be proud to display this adorable card on their fridge. Alternately, sit down with your kids to make these DIY picture frames. Fill them with a special picture for the perfect DIY gift.

21. Doggy Toilet Tube Puppet

Doggy Toilet Tube Puppet


The very first animal, most kids, are introduced to is the beloved dog. From that moment on, dogs will hold a special place in their heart. So, creating their very own puppy puppet is the ideal craft.

These adorable puppets use jute twine (grab a roll here) as the control mechanism. It also suggests straws as the dangling legs/tail, but a more sustainable choice would be cardboard or bamboo straws.

22. Puppy Pull-Up Ears Card

Puppy Pull-Up Ears Card


Here’s another card to make with your kid come celebration time. The ears are the perfect place to write anything from “Love You!” to “Hi There”, and the card suits any occasion with ease!

The pull-up ears mechanic lends something really special to the card. Not to mention, these are easy to make, so your child can express their creativity with all the elements.

23. Tongue Out Puppy Paper Bag Puppet

Puppy Paper Bag Puppet


This adorable paper bag pup-pet demonstrates another way your child can make their paper bag puppets look. Adorn the bag with spots, a floppy tongue, and some waggly ears for the full look.

While construction paper is always a good medium for crafting, you can take this craft one step further! Grab some slightly fluffy faux fur sheets (here) to make the ears from for a touch of realism.

24. Playful Pup Newspaper Art

Playful Pup Newspaper Art


This is the perfect craft to make with kids of any age, from tots to tweens, and it slots perfectly into place on the fridge. With a base of black cardstock, the newspaper is the star of the show.

I love this craft because it’s so sustainable. After all, eco-friendliness is all about reducing, reusing, and recycling. Make sure to pick up some non-toxic PVA glue here if you’re working with little ones!

25. Painted Puppy Rock Pet

Painted Puppy Rock Pet


If you can’t get a real dog, what’s the next best thing you can do? Well, paint a rock to look like a dog, of course! These adorable rock pets work as doorstops, paperweights, or simple decorations.

While you can use normal paints and brushes, I recommend picking up some paint markers (especially if your kids are on the young side).

Who said only the kids get to paint rocks? Plop down next to them to create your very own DIY rock photo holders, they’re perfect for your desk.

26. Popsicle Stick Puppy Dog

Popsicle Stick Puppy Dog


Searching for a way to use up all those popsicle sticks you’ve saved from summer treats? Give them new life by helping your kids turn them into a brand-new stick puppy.

These creations are absolutely adorable and so easy to personalize! Whether you’re a kindergarten teacher or a parent, this craft will help you keep the kids entertained on a cold winter’s day.

27. Easy Origami Puppy

Easy Origami Puppy


Our final craft is an easy origami puppy. Your kids will have a ball showing off their new folding skills to their friends. Not to mention, you can spend some quality time learning the technique together.

While the base shape is the same—lop-ears included—your child can customize from there. Show them how to add patches, color in the ears, or change the dog’s facial expression.

Warning: once your child knows how to make these, you’ll probably be finding them all over the house. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

So, there you have it. The next time you’re approached with wide eyes and the request for “a puppy, pleaaaaase”, simply redirect their attention to any of these 27 crafts. Best of luck, and happy crafting!


23 Dog-Themed “Arfs” And Crafts For Kids

Kids and dogs are a match made in playtime paradise. Dogs are sweet and soft, perfect companions for children across cultures. The sight of a child hugging a dog will melt the heart of even the most cynical grump. All that sweetness is almost too much!

If you have a pet dog at home, some of these crafts can be customized to match: Brown Bag Dog Puppet, Cardboard Tube Dog Craft, and Who’s That Dog? are among a few you might enjoy. Other crafts are based on famous dogs in pop culture, like “101 Dalmations,” Max from “The Secret Life Of Pets,” or the “Puppy Dog Pals” on Disney Jr. And if your house is strictly pet-free, crafts like Talk To The Hand, Newspring Puppy Puzzle, and Fetch A Stick Doggie will be a fun way for your kids to create the dog of their dreams to “play” with whenever they want.



No matter which crafts you choose, your child will absolutely love helping you make a new four-legged friend. No walking, no mess, no shedding fur to worry about with these crafty canines! Just a whole lot of fun, screen-free together time. 

1. Paper Doggie Craft

Paper Doggie Craft

Image source: Red Ted Art

Origami is a great craft to do with kids because all you need is paper, yet you can make nearly anything your child is obsessed with this week. Red Ted Art has a video you can follow to make these silly little Scottie dogs with big, floppy ears. Different sizes of paper will yield different size dogs, of course. Got an entire litter of children in your house? Make a big mama dog and a whole bunch of puppies! They look extra cute when there are a lot of them set up together.

2. Puppy Love

Puppy Love

Image source: Glued To My Crafts

Paper plate crafts are fine, but if you’re ready to step up your game, try this paper BOWL dog craft from Glued To My Crafts. It’s really not complicated, but it’ll be a nice change from giving your kids another plate to color. This project is ideal for parents who think they lack crafting skills but want to make something a little “extra” with their kids. Nothing here has to be picture-perfect, just adorable! And with a big heart cut from craft foam, your child has a darling gift for a loved one on Valentine’s Day.

3. Brown Bag Dog Puppet

Brown Bag Dog Puppet

Image source: The Inspiration Edit

This little doggie already has its tongue hanging out, ready to give your child tons of glittery kisses! Check out this adorably long-eared pup from The Inspiration Edit to find out how to assemble your child’s new favorite puppet. Once the dog is placed on a hand and starts talking, those ears will flop around and look even more adorable. If you’re reading books about dogs with your kids at bedtime, this is a must-make addition to your evening — let the dog puppet tell the story!

4. A Puppy For Christmas

A Puppy For Christmas

Image source: Glued To My Crafts

Glued To My Crafts’ “Santa Paws” project is cute-upon-cute: your child’s handprint becomes a doggie’s body! With the thumb as the tail and the four fingers as the dog’s legs, all you have to do is add the head — and the blog has a free printable you can download for that. As the blog says, this craft is an instant keepsake to bring out and put up with all your other Christmas decorations every year. Feeling generous? Give it to a grandparent or teacher as a sweet and personal holiday card. 

5. Cardboard Tube Dog Craft

Cardboard Tube Dog Craft

Image source: Easy Peasy And Fun

This dog craft from Easy Peasy And Fun goes above and beyond merely painting an empty toilet paper roll. With their added-on heads and legs, these pups look ready to run and play! You can customize each project you do based on your family dog, a beloved movie character, or even a dog that your child wishes they had. And you do it all on the cheap and without a lot of hassle. These look great in classrooms, too, so if you’re a teacher just have your students bring in as many empty toilet paper rolls as they can and get painting.

6. Newsprint Puppy Puzzle

Newsprint Puppy Puzzle

Image source: Arty Crafty Kids

Puppies and children are made for each other, especially because both creatures can hardly ever sit still! Here’s a brilliant idea from Arty Crafty Kids that allows your human puppy to direct some of that energy towards a fun creative project. Use the free printable template to trace and cut the various pieces onto newsprint, wrapping paper, or any other colorful and fun paper you have around. Then have your child arrange the shapes into different playful puppy poses! See how many your child can come up with; see if they can remember where the ears and eyes go. With so many ways to arrange the puppy, this is definitely a value craft to try.

7. Big Face Dog Craft

Big Face Dog Craft

Image source: Look! We’re Learning

Whether or not you have a drip coffee maker at home — or if you drink coffee at all — be sure to pick up a pack of coffee filters on your next trip to the supermarket so you and your children can make this darling craft from Look! We’re Learning. Since this requires barely more than simple coloring skills, even toddlers can “help” with their death-grip scribbles on a flattened-out coffee filter. As with almost all other kids’ crafts, the less perfect this turns out, the better. The doggie is already super sweet with that big round face!

8. Easy Toy Story Dog Craft

Easy Toy Story Dog Craft

Image source: The Chirping Moms

Having children means that chances are pretty good you’ve seen at least one of the “Toy Story” movies. If Woody, Buzz, & Co. are regular guests in your home, you simply must make this paper chain Slinky. Over at The Chirping Moms you’ll find easy peasy instructions for putting this beloved toy together yourself: if you know how to make a paper chain, you’re already halfway there. Once you’ve got all the links together it’s simply a matter of adding a friendly face and an accordion-folded tail. You’ve got a friend, indeed!

9. Fat Little Doggies

Fat Little Doggies

Image source: The Craft Train

If you have some balloons leftover from a party, visit this link at The Craft Train for a wonderfully fun idea on what to do with them. No helium needed! Decorating balloons can be a special treat for kids because of the unusual shape and texture of markers on latex. Even better, blow up a bunch of balloons before your party and set out trays of Sharpies in a rainbow of colors, along with clear tape and pre-cut ears and tails, and make this a fun, creative activity for all your child’s friends.

10. Rock Star Dog

Rock Star Dog

Image source: The Inspiration Edit

Even if you can’t draw a stick, The Inspiration Edit has help for you in making these painted rock dog crafts. Try tracing the dog face on a flat sheet of paper first to get your hands used to it. Once you’ve got the hang of it, a white Posca pen is perfect for drawing the face into a flat-ish stone. When that’s ready, you can let your children color in the rest, or do it yourself — either way you’ll find it’s much easier than you realized. Place these outside your front door to welcome visitors, on a windowsill, or on your child’s nightstand.

11. Adoptable Puppies In A Box

Adoptable Puppies In A Box

Image source: Jennifer Maker

If you have a Cricut at home, you’ll find this squee-worthy dog craft super easy to print out and make. Even without a Cricut, you can print on cardstock and hand-cut the pieces yourself. Sign up at Jennifer Maker to get the template you’ll need. Each doggie has a box base, a body, a head, and various extras like eyes, tails, and ears. Even if you pre-cut each piece yourself, this project is probably best for older kids who can follow the folding and assembling instructions, or for you to do yourself as a surprise for younger children.

12. Talk To The Hand Dog Craft

Talk To The Hand Dog Craft

Image source: Red Ted Art

Can dogs actually talk to us? These puppy hand puppets from Red Ted Art definitely can! You don’t need much for this project, and the link gives you photographed step-by-step instructions for making a set of instant-friends with your child. And hey, who says you need to stick with the natural colors of dogs? Why not make pink dogs, or purple with yellow spots! The sky’s the limit for this creative craft that is a wonderful alternative to screen time on rainy afternoons or sick days home from school. 

13. 101 Dalmation Dog Crafts

101 Dalmation Dog Crafts

Image source: Glued To My Crafts

Even if you don’t make 101 of these darling little Dalmations, they’ll still be some of the sweetest crafts you ever do with your child. Glued To My Crafts has a list of easy, affordable materials and straightforward instructions for bringing this little pup-pup to life in black and white. If your child is participating in a junior drama club production of “101 Dalmations,” these make fantastic wrap party gifts for cast and crew because they can be customized with or without bows of whatever colors you love.

14. Bow WOW Valentine Dog Craft

Bow WOW Valentine Dog Craft

Image source: Easy Peasy And Fun

A dog’s love is unconditional, so why not make handmade doggie valentines to share your love this year? You can download a free printable template from Easy Peasy And Fun, which shows you just how adorable these doggie-shaped valentines can be. Each valentine opens up to reveal whatever sweet message you or your child write (or scribble) inside. Don’t feel like making one for each student in your child’s class? Save these for teachers, aides, siblings, babysitters, or grandparents. It’s a personal touch that will make any loved one’s tail wag with delight!

15. Fetch A Stick Doggie

Fetch A Stick Doggie

Image source: Our Kid Things

Our Kid Things has such an adorable little puppy dog craft, you’ll fully expect this guy to wag his tail as soon as he’s complete! It’s a fairly simple project to make, and can be done in just a few minutes (minus glue drying time). If you’re hosting a toddler or preschool play date — especially one with lots of other kids — this feisty fella can be prepped ahead of time by gluing the craft sticks together before everyone arrives. This way all the kids have to do is draw a face and glue the eyes, nose, ears, and tail. 

16. Paper Plate Puppies

Paper Plate Puppies

Image source: The Chirping Moms

Among the many dog-themed tv shows that little kids are currently obsessed with is “Puppy Dog Pals” on Disney, Jr. If that one is being played on a loop in your home, check out The Chirping Moms’ clever craft. It’s more than just painting a paper plate; it’s making special sponge stamps and adding big, floppy ears. Whether your child prefers Bingo or Rolly, or doesn’t have a favorite, they can celebrate these canine brothers with a special craft to keep and treasure!

17. Clifford The Big Red Dog Craft

Clifford The Big Red Dog Craft

Image source: Crafty Morning

Clifford’s love for Emily was SO BIG that he grew more than any ordinary dog! Crafty Morning has just the project for the children in your life who have a great big love for that great big red dog. It’s actually not that complicated to make, and kids can help out by painting a paper plate all red. (Make sure you have enough red paint on hand!) Stick this to the wall by your child’s bed so that they can sleep tight next to Clifford.

18. Bookmark Dog Craft

Bookmark Dog Craft

Image source: Red Ted Art

Those times when your children manage to tear themselves away from devices and pick up actual physical books may be rarer than you’d like; but readers are readers, and most readers need bookmarks. These folded paper corner bookmarks are easy to make and to customize; Red Ted Art has a puppy bookmark made to look like the doggie emoji. (If British paper sizes confuse you, click here.) Who knows, maybe these bookmarks will inspire your children to read more!

19. Tubular Dog

Tubular Dog

Image source: Crafts On Sea

Whether you need more Dalmation crafts (see #13, above) or more doggie valentines (see #2 and #14, above), this one is easy as pie. By upcycling empty toilet paper rolls, you are ready to make these sweet, spotted friends for Valentine’s Day or any occasion. Click on over to Crafts On Sea to learn how to get these just right for your child’s class or dog-themed birthday party. The paper heart spots are so darling that these will be a huge hit wherever they go!

20. Keepsake Paw Print

Keepsake Paw Print

Image source: Crafty Morning

Immortalize your child’s paw (foot) print forever with this project from Crafty Morning. Maybe paint your child’s big toe a bright, fun color different from the rest of the foot so it looks like the dog has a ball to play with. When the paint dries, simply draw on the face, collar, and ears. You’ve got yourself an instant, easy, inexpensive keepsake of your child’s foot when it was still small enough to fit on a single sheet of paper!

21. Geometric Dog Craft

Geometric Dog Craft

Image source: My Mommy Style

This dog craft over at My Mommy Style is both educational and fun. The link tells you what shapes you’ll need to cut out ahead of time (unless you are helping kids with their scissor skills, in which case you can draw the shapes for them to cut themselves) so that your child or students can assemble them together to make a puppy. As they work, ask them to identify each shape and, if you’ve used a different color for each piece, what the colors are. 

22. Who’s That Dog?

Who’s That Dog?

Image source: Red Ted Art

Sometimes kids are kids, and sometimes kids are doggies. For the latter, help your puppy create these colorful masks from Red Ted Art. No advanced art skills necessary, as there is a free printable template you can use to trace the mask and ears out of a paper plate. Bring your puppy to the craft store and let them pick out the paint colors that match their inner doggie. Some glitter will add just the right amount of sparkle to make this mask really POP, and a hole punch and stretchy band make this wearable all day long.

23. Secret Life Of Dog Crafts

Secret Life Of Dog Crafts

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With this DIY craft based on “The Secret Life Of Pets,” Craft Create Cook helps you show your child the value of making something themselves rather than always spending money on more, more, and more plastic toys. Kids will see that not everything has to be shiny and electronic to be fun! Sometimes making things yourself gives you the satisfaction of a job well done, as well as a new friend to make you smile. And because this Max is made from a paper plate, it’s easy enough to hang up by your child’s bed or in their cubby at school.


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She spread her legs wider and, with two fingers, parted her labia. The day before, I carefully removed the slightest vegetation in the crotch. It was one of his conditions, the same as the fact that, going to a meeting, I should not wear any. Underwear.

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Owl a finished mouth The member had already stopped pulsating, and as a diligent student, I continued to suck on the penis, which was rapidly losing size. I collected all this delicious, white liquid to the last drop, and sent it into my mouth - I wanted to clean my workplace to. The end. While I was cleaning and diligently sucking on the trunk of the remains of sperm, behind my back there were clicks of the opening lock.

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We tried to chat naturally, I even distracted your thoughts and you laughed. Soon the dachas appeared and you tensed again. We went into the house, I lit candles and turned on the music. I poured wine and invited you to a slow dance. At first you were tense, but relaxed in my arms.

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