We are a team of animal lovers at Lia Griffith HQ. And our kitty cat and doggie shaped treat huggers might just be one of our favorite animal themed projects we have done this summer. This is such a simple DIY yet makes a huge impact when handed to someone who deserves a little treat. If you have a cutting machine, simply upload the SVG file cut onto a card stock of your choice. Or, download the PDF below, print out the templates onto a card stock of your choice and cut by hand with a craft knife – super-easy! You can use these to give little treats to friends or in party goodie bags. They can hold pencils, lollipops, buttons, jewelry, pens, paper money – anything that fits into the arms of these cute little characters! Just use a dot of hot glue to secure the treat to the animals tummy, then a dot of glue on their paws so they can hold on to it tight! However you choose to use these cute animal treat huggers I know you will have fun with them! Head on over to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to get the latest on our daily DIY projects and inspiration. See you soon! ~ Lia
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Is there any way you can add these to your Etsy store???
I am actually trying to move away from adding anything new to the Etsy shop so I can just focus on the website. Sorry about that!
So cute!! Can’t wait to make these for my little guys classmates! #ShamelessBribe
Ha ha, love it!!!
These are adorable. Gonna cut some to take to the animal shelter to give out. Wish you had bunnies too.
We do have bunnies!! 🙂 https://liagriffith.com/diy-easter-candy-huggers/
Very cute! Thank you 🙂 /Vera
Ohhh this one is extremely cute 🙂
I want to try it! 🙂 Excellent work and ideas.
Thank you for your kind comment!
Super cute! Thank you!
Thank you, I cannot help but smile when I see these:-)
these are so adorable! I especially love the cat version, holding the pencil and given with a notebook. a great idea!
Modeled after my black cat Chloe:-) I just love these huggers, have you seen the ones we made for Valentine’s and Easter?