Make a Chia Pet costume for your dog to wear on Halloween! Measure your dog and cut out a piece of fabric in a rectangle shape with bib-style flaps to reach around the front of your dog. Sew plastic foliage mats to the outside of the fabric. Cut pieces of orange fabric for the pants, sew the edges of the fabrics shut to make a cone-shaped tube, cut strips of fabric for straps to cross over your dog’s back and sew the end of each strap to each set of pant legs. Cut a strip of fabric, sew the fabric across the tops of the pant straps, and sew ties to the bib flaps and either side of the belly of the Chia Pet coat.
Where can I find a Chia Pet dog costume
Gina: Miles is our 4 year old French Bulldog. He is dressed as a Chia Pet! We put him in an infant shirt that was a terracotta color for the legs....
DIY: How to make an adorable Chia Pet dog costume for Halloween
Emmy is my 3 year old Pug. I was trying to figure out what to dress Emmy up as for Halloween and I thought Chia pet because her face looks just like a chia pet. However, her body does not. So I had to create it. I bought a green cable knit dog sweater and a lot of plastic aquarium plants. I cut each "stalk" off of the aquarium plant and poked it through the sweater holes. This created the Chia Pet body. I lined the underneath with fleece so Emmy would be comfortable. I used a non toxic orange hair spray to spray her legs orange.
How To Turn Your Dog Into a Live Chia Pet This Halloween
Remember Chia Pets? (“It’s the pottery that grows!”) What if you could have an actual Chia Pet? (Emphasis on pet.) If you’re one of those people who loves to outfit your dog in cute costumes, this costume will be right up your alley.3. Chia pet: Ch-ch-ch-chia! Sure, you only had a Chia pet because you couldn’t get a real dog. But now you can have the best of both worlds! This eco-friendly costume tutorial comes from .Chia stores very easily for long durations, unlike its competitor flax seed. There is no taste or scent for even the pickiest of dogs to turn their noses up at. The dosage is quite potent, with only 1 teaspoon for small dogs or 2 teaspoons for large, or 1/4 teaspoon for every 10 pounds of your dog’s body weight. Feed in seed form, soaked in water or ground; sprinkle on top or mix into food. Look for milled, organic chia seeds whenever possible.This is Vinny, my sweet Brussels Griffon, modeling his
Chia Pet costume. I always try to make costumes that fit the dog's personality and looks, and Vinny's long legs just scream Chia Pet. I used terra cotta colored felt and made "pants" for his front and back legs - it takes about 14 people to get them on him, but once they're on, he's very comfortable and can do everything he does with his pants off! I started with a big circle of the same felt for the shell of the chia and just kept taking darts in it until it was the perfect shape and fit him like a glove. Then I got out the hot glue gun and started gluing the green stuff which was a plastic boxwood garland I took apart - it ended up taking 3 of them to cover the shell. He was very cooperative for his photo shoot and stood still and smiled. Thank you!