Does your pup need a new toy? Make this easy DIY dog toy out of the sleeves of an old T-shirt! This cute DIY T-shirt dog toy looks like a jellyfish or octopus with four tentacles!
There’s a new puppy in my life since May Day! 😀 She is fearless and playful and a little crazy sometimes! 😉 More pictures of her on her instagram account.
Because she loves to play and I had the sleeves of a refashioned T-shirt leftover I made her this easy DIY T-shirt dog toy.
DIY T-Shirt Dog Toy
- 2 T-shirt sleeves or 2 similar T-shirt strips
Just tie the 2 T-shirt strips together in the middle with an overhand knot. That’s all! Wasn’t that fast and easy?
Now grab your new DIY T-shirt dog toy and play with your puppy!
16 thoughts on “DIY T-Shirt Dog Toy”
Fun post! Enjoy your new puppy. Visiting from Shelbee Egde’s link-up.
That’s a really clever piece of recycling and looks such fun for your dog 🙂
Thank you, Tubbs!
What a great idea, and a brilliant way to get use from something that you could have thrown out.
Thanks, Suz! 🙂
Such a great idea to upcycle! Cutest puppy dog ever! Happy Summer, Kippi
Thanks so much, Kippi! 😀
I LOVE the dog toy and the PICTURE is so awesome!! Must have taken some time to get those pictures so perfect! Pinned to Pinterest. Your friend, Linda @Crafts a la mode, new co-hostess of Thursday Favorite Things
Thanks, Linda! 🙂 I took about hundred photos and these three were the only good ones! 😉 My puppy is too fast to photograph! 😉 Thanks for pinning!
You know I have to make one of these. My little pupster is chewing all his toys to bits.
Thanks, Mary! 😀
How fun, my boys would love this. Now I know what I need to go do. Hi, love your post. I have a new blog party and would like to invite you to come share this on the CLASSY FLAMINGOS BLOG PARTY held each Tuesday evening thru Friday. You’ll get large picture exposure and shout outs on all of my social media sites. You may get PINKED and you’ll get even more exposure! I hope you’ll come by. poinsettiadr.com
Thanks, Linda, and thanks for inviting me to your blog party!
This is such a good idea! Simple, practically free, and replaceable whenever needed–brilliant!
Thanks so much for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace. I’m featuring you this week!
Thanks for featuring me! 🙂