Free Valentine’s Day Treats Basket Pattern

Valentines Day Treat Baskets Free Printable #TreatThePupsFenway, The Intense.  My 4 legged baby.  Part human, part Border Collie, 100% spoiled.  He’s my constant companion, always by my side, and the first one to try and improve my spirits when I’m having a bad day.  This year, I think he’ll be my Valentine.  Valentines deserve special Valentine’s Day treats, yes?  I think so.  Check that link later today for some printable Valentines for you pooch!

Fenway the IntenseBeing intense 24/7 is hard work!  I have n doubt that any special Valentine’s Day treats I give my boy will be quickly burned off.  To say he’s obsessive about playtime would be an understatement.  He’s constantly dropping a ball in my lap, digging out a Nerf bullet for me to throw or pawing at my arm just to say “I love you”.  He rarely sits still.

Fenway - I Take My Dog To WorkBetween our daily car ride to work and spending time out with the kids and his favorite playtime buddy, Gator (he’s a black Lab), we’re constantly on the move.  Adding a quick stop at Walmart for Valentine’s Day treats is nothing!  Fennie never minds waiting in the car while I run in (especially when I come back carrying a box of Milk-Bones and a bag of Pup-peroni!)

My LIfe - Making MemoriesI can’t imagine life without my Fenway and neither can my kiddos.  They get little baskets for Valentine’s Day, so why shouldn’t he!  I whipped up this little basket in just a few minutes, with cardstock and glue dots, both of which I already had on hand.  Easy peasy!

Valentines Day Treats Baskets #TreatThePupsTo print your copy of the template, simply right-click on the image below and save it to your computer, open the file, then print!  And, of course you could absolutely use this pattern to make a little treat basket for your two-legged Valentines as well!

Valentines Day Free Printable Basket Template

Assembling a Valentines Day Gift Basket #TreatThePupsPrint, trace, cut and glue.  That’s it.  It takes less than 5 minutes, start to finish to put this whole thing together.  You can get everything you need (if you don’t already have it) at Walmart.  Be sure to grab Milk-Bones or Pup-peroni for your four legged Valentine while you’re there!

“Mom, is that for me?  Please?”

Puppy Love #TreatThePups Of course it is, buddy!  Check out Fenway enjoying his basket on Instagram!

TreatThePups Milk Bone Doggy ValentinesDo you treat your four-legged friends on Valentine’s Day (or any other holiday?)  Head over to our Facebook page and share a picture of your four-legged Valentine for our fans to enjoy!

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15 Responses to Free Valentine’s Day Treats Basket Pattern

  1. Kendra says:

    So awesome! He definitely looks like part of the family.

  2. Andrea Kruse says:

    Such a cute idea! Love the baskets for delivering the Valentine’s to your special pooch. We have a border collie, too. One of my favorite breeds. #client

  3. Ashley says:

    These are too cute! Your pup is a lucky one!

  4. Erlene says:

    Your dog sounds a lot like ours very active and hyper dog…lol. Our dog is constantly dropping his ball in front of our feet and can run around forever. Thanks for sharing your cute treat basket tutorial. Would love if you shared it on the Spring Craft Blog Hop hosted by 18 bloggers.

  5. Ginnie says:

    Aww … these are adorable! What a fun idea:)

  6. Ohhh…I love that you made a treat basket!! So fun! And looks so easy thanks to your printable pattern!

  7. So cute…my adult kids would like to do this for their dog…will send it along. Thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!

  8. I absolutely love, love, love these adorable baskets. I am totally going to make them for my doggies. Thank you for linking up with the Oh My Heartsie Girls Wordless Wednesday Link Party!
    Wishing you a wonderful week!

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  11. Jessica says:

    Awww I love this idea! Going to make these for our neighbors dog who loves to play with our son. Such a sweet idea.

  12. Nikki says:

    Really cute! Thanks for sharing on OMHGWW!

  13. Elizabeth says:

    What a beautiful dog! Love the gift baskets too! So simple. Thank you for linking up at Snickerdoodle. Hope to see you on Saturday!

  14. Dee says:

    So cute! Your fur baby is lucky to get such a sweet present! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle! 🙂

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