FREE Photo Print of Your Pet with Santa!
We found a wonderful offer for a FREE Pet Photo with Santa, and we’ll show you step-by-step how to make this adorable snow globe ornament for your tree, or it makes a great stocking stuffer, all for around $3 or less!
The holiday season is just around the corner, and many pet owners are wondering if they should take their furry friends to see Santa Claus. Getting a picture of your pet with Santa can be a fun and memorable experience for both you and your dog, cat, or whichever fur baby you have.
First and foremost, getting a picture of your pet with Santa is a great way to create lasting memories. The holiday season is a time for family and friends to come together, and your pet is a part of your family. Having a picture of your pet with Santa will be a cherished memory for years to come.
Secondly, getting a picture of your pet with Santa can be a fun experience for your pet. Many pets enjoy meeting new people and experiencing new things and taking your pet to see Santa can be a fun and exciting adventure for them. Additionally, some pets may even enjoy dressing up in holiday-themed outfits for the occasion.
Finally, getting a picture of your pet with Santa can be a great way to spread holiday cheer. Sharing your pet’s picture with friends and family can bring a smile to their faces, and who knows, it may even inspire them to get a picture of their own pet with Santa.
In conclusion, getting a picture of your pet with Santa can be a fun and memorable experience for both you and your pet. It creates lasting memories, can be a fun experience for your pet, and can spread holiday cheer to all those who see it. So, if you are considering taking your pet to see Santa this holiday season, go for it!
How to Make a Dollar Tree Snow Globe with Your Favorite Photo: Instructions
1. First, choose your snowglobe or ornament.
Most craft stores sell ornaments that you can make into your own custom art. For example, Dollar Tree has Christmas House Plastic round snow globe crafts – which I love! Additionally, there’s a more rectangular snow globe ornament, a round terrarium with a big opening on one side, and they also have clear ornaments that you can use instead.
If you want to go a totally different direction, Dollar Tree also has a flat 2-D Snow Globe Sign which would work really well too. Unlike the traditional snow globe, these signs are only available in stores.
Conversely, Walmart has snow globes which are a bit cheaper – just make sure of the size before you buy. Some of them are really small!
Come to think of it, Michaels, JoAnn, and Hobby Lobby have similar things. Do some browsing and see which you like most!
2. After selecting your snowglobe or ornament, carefully cut your photo to fit inside. For mine, I actually cut out around Santa, so he appears to “float”. If you’re doing a round ornament you could simply cut the picture in a circle.
2. Next, secure the bottom or edges (depending on the method you’re using) with glue. For a quick placement, a drop of hot glue (careful that it doesn’t show and that you don’t burn yourself!) will do the trick. Or, you can use E6000 craft glue, which will be less messy but takes longer to dry and therefore can be hard to place.
3. For the base, you can simply add some faux snow. Most craft stores sell it. Dollar Tree sells small bags of fake snow, and you could probably do 4-6 snow globes with a single bag.
4. Of course, to get your free picture with Santa, check out the free Pet Photo With Santa offer below.
5. Finally, you can be done with this cute, easy craft at this point. Or, you can embellish with doll house crafts such as a small evergreen tree, bows, etc.
Free Photo with Santa Paws!
Select Petco stores have invited Santa Claus to meet and greet local pets, and they’ll give you a free photo of your fur baby – dog, cat, or other – with Santa. This only happens on Saturday, December 2, from 1-3 p.m. So, you’ll want to get there early and make sure Fido or Princess is ready with their wish list!
To find a list of participating Petco locations, visit their offer page on their website.