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From Pet to PET-casso

illustration of pug painting on canvas

Turn your pet into PET-casso with DIY paw paintings.

Note from Pixxie, the Publix pet:

Have you ever seen a painting on someone’s wall and said, “My pet can do a better painting than that”? Now you have a chance to prove it. Your pet’s actual paws are already a work of art. Dip them in paint and let the imagination run wild. But, be sure to cover your floor with plenty of newspapers before you do.

From Pet to Artist in 7 Steps:

  1. Cover your floors in newspaper (like we just discussed).
  2. Use drink mix and just enough water to turn it into paste. That’s your paint.
  3. Use thicker-weight stationery as your canvas.
  4. Dip your pet’s paw (brush) into drink mix (paint) and apply to paper (canvas). Allow 10 minutes to dry.
  5. While the painting dries, wash pet’s paw in soapy water. Keep a towel handy while you paint.
  6. Don’t forget to sign your pet’s name at the bottom.
  7. Frame and hang.

Have fun,
Pixxie