About Me

Im 39 years old and work in retail as a Deputy Manager. I love to craft whether it be cardmaking or altering something. I have been crafting for almost 10 years and it helps me to relax after those busy days at work. My big aim was to blog regular and get onto a design team, now Im on 2. Very proud to have recently made Jones design team. I am godmother to 2 lovely children Matty & and Rebecca...Hope you all like what you see and thanks so much for reading my blog and leaving comments.

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Dog treats

Morning , hope everyone is well and enjoying the weekend. I'm at work but looking forward to Sunday and Monday off. Maybe I might fit in some craft as this week has been such an emotional week and tiring week. But onwards and upwards as they say. So on Monday I managed to create a lovely little doggy treat bag for one of my good friends who has a gorgeous dog. I used the Graphic 45 raining cats and dogs collection. Added some scrabble pieces and a Tim Holtz buckle to look like a collar . 
Let me know what you think......

I will be catching up with everyone's blogs tomorrow. Take care friends and thanks for stopping by.

Hugs Elaine xx


  1. gorgeous treat bag
    have a great weekend

  2. What a fabulous doggie treat bag Elaine...love it. Carol x

  3. How fabulous Elaine, I love it! Susan x

  4. This is so cute! Love the buckle and the name spelled out in Scrabble tiles. Awesome gift your your friend and her pooch. Hugs!

  5. This is truly amazing an I know diesel loved it as I gave him a treat out of it on Saturday he for his nose right in an had a good sniff lol

  6. Morning sweetie, this is simply stunning, :0)) Pops x

  7. This has got to be the nicest gift ever made for a puppy! So cute!

    1. I totally agree - it is really gorgeous! Love those scrabble letters (I might have to steal that idea!).

      Jocelyn x

  8. Oh what a CLEVER idea!!!!!!!!!! Love it and i know the owner will love this goodie bag too! Truly FABULOUS!

    Big Hugs,

  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE this. I can see Peanut falling in love with it too! :)
    hugs, Asha