Kristen Plummer

Kristen Plummer

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Kristen Plummer
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Peanut Butter Swirl Saltine Toffee (Christmas Crack) is all of your Christmas dreams come true – on crack!

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DIY No Sew Cat Hammock Tutorial The link is broken, but it looks like you cat strips in the fabric and then knot them around the frame.

Petcentric, sponsored by Purina, is your trusted source for helpful facts and fun pet tips for your furry friend. This DIY cat brush project will leave your kitten feline fine! Grooming your cute kitty is healthy for her coat and promotes bonding. Plus, it reduces hairballs and shedding while helping to spread natural oils over your munchkin's coat. All you need is a brush, some double sided tape and a stable surface to attach it to. Visit Petcentric.com for more cat help, training and…

Petcentric, sponsored by Purina, is your trusted source for helpful facts and fun pet tips for your furry friend. This DIY cat brush project will leave your kitten feline fine! Grooming your cute kitty is healthy for her coat and promotes bonding.

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Homemade for Cats. This is what I am attempting this weekend and like OMG! get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat shirts, cat socks, and other cat apparel by tapping the pin!

DIY Pet Stuff... How Cool is this? White Birch wall cat tree

White Birch wall cat tree I like this item because it natural looking and brings something unexpected. I have two cats so I would like something comfortable/attractive for them to lounge on.

By Kate. Pinwheel Card. White card base. Red mat 5 1/4" x 4." Patterned mat 4 1/2" x 3 3/4." Pinwheel base: two 2 5/8" squares adhered at right angles. Eight patterned paper 1 1/4" squares, 4 of each design, adhered in alternate patterns on the pinwheel base. Note: Adhere only the right side of the first square to the base so you can tuck the last square under the first. Use a button or brad for the center.

After seeing this card by our featured cardmaker, Denise , so many of you asked for a tutorial, we just had to bring you .