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Creative Creations for Your Dog

Easy Do-It-Yourself Projects to Make for Your Favorite Pet

Norma Martinez, Carlota Cirera


List Price: 12.99*
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Have you always wanted to make your dog a new toy using basic household items? Want to make a homemade costume or outfit to give your furry friend a little style? Are you a fan of do-it-yourself projects?

If so, look no further than this book. With the easy-to-follow instructions in Creative Creations for Your Dog, learn to create toys and accessories such as:

  • Chew Strips
  • Rain Boots
  • Bow Ties
  • Treat Jars
  • Dragon Costumes
  • Octopus Toys
  • Paw Print Medals
  • And Much More!

    Full-color photography accompanies the straightforward tutorials to create an easy guide to creating and completing affordable projects your puppy will love. This is a great way to spend time with kids, while you learn how to make accessories and toys for your dog, using common materials and even recycling objects you have around the house, like bottles, old clothing, boxes, among other things. This book is the perfect gift for the dog-lover in your life, even if it’s yourself!
  • Skyhorse, 9781631583148, 32pp.

    Publication Date: November 20, 2018

    About the Author

    Carlota Cirera was born in Barcelona in 1985. She has her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Master’s degree in Plastic and Visual Education, and professional certificate in Graphic Design. During her studies, she worked as a freelancer on children’s illustration projects for different publishing houses. She has been devoted to working at the company she founded with coauthor Norma Martínez for the last three years, Biterswit, a graphic design and digital illustration studio. She loves the mountains, being outside, and traveling.

    Norma Martínez was born in Cerdanyola del Vallès in 1985, a small city next to Barcelona. She has her bachelor’s degree in Audiovisual Communications from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, specializing in graphic and audiovisual design. She has loved drawing, sculpture, and everything involving creativity since she was a little girl, and has taken many courses related to art: from clay animation to motion graphics (digital animation). At present, several of her children’s arts and crafts books have been published, in which recycling and reuse have been an important part to help maximize kids' creativity.