No Sew Bowtie

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Sweet little bowties for a sweet little dog. Ever since I have had Brady, I have always put bowties on him and for this post I decided I would create my own for Brady and his friends! Keep following below to see how I created these!

YOU’LL NEED

- scissors
- hot glue gun
- ruler or tape measurer
- fabric
- your dog's collar

HOW TO

1. Cut your fabric to approximately 4x9 inches. Brady is a 14 lb dog so if your dog is much bigger add a few inches.
2. Fold the long sides inside and overlap them. Place a drop of glue to hold it in place.
3. Fold the left and right sides and overlap them. Place a drop of glue to hold it in place. You will have a small rectangle
4. Pinch the center and place a drop of glue to hold in place.
5. Flip over and pinch a second time to create pleats and place glue to hold in place.
6. Cut a second piece of fabric that is 2x5 inches. 
7. Glue to hide the ends that are frayed.
8. Wrap around the center of the bowtie and create a loop to slip on and off of your dogs collar.
After rewarding Brady with a new bowtie I always like to give him a special snack. Brady's snacks are always on our counter which makes it easy for us to give him one when he has been a good boy. I also like to give him one when we leave for the day so that he can have something to chew on to keep him busy for a little while.
Brady's favorite snacks are the Purina Beyond White Meat Chicken Cutlets Natural Dog Snacks. I love these snacks for him because they are crafted in small batches and grain free. Chicken is also the number one ingredient. I am very careful when I purchase Brady's snacks and make sure they are made in the United States. These are made in Arkansas and have no artificial colors, flavorings, or preservatives. These snacks were found at Target and through 10/31 you can get them for 10% off with the Target Cartwheel Offer! Click here for the offer.
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