Since Pearl the pup has decided that current bed is no longer acceptable, I have decided to make her one. This may or may not completely blow up in my face, and I will scream and yell if she destroys it, but she is my fur baby and I love her and want to make her something.
|Poor thing...all alone and mushed into a corner.|
Her bed must have offended her, judging how she drags it around and simply leaves it in strange places. I’m almost positive her attitude towards it would sound like this: “Ugh, you nasty bed. How dare you make me drag you around, rip out your insides and leave you in places where I would never sleep. And you have the NERVE to show back up in my spot?? That’s it! Grrrr!” And then I look up from my desk, find the pitiful, lumpy bed askew in the corner of my office with piles of olive green stuffing everywhere. How is there so much stuffing in one bed? I’ve been picking it up for weeks now.
Anyways, the new bed will be constructed with love and much more durable fabric. But alas, what design to go with? There are so many cute DIY’s and tutorials out there, but I think the one I like the most (because I love piping!) will be from Design Sponge.
|Box Cushion Tutorial from Design Sponge|
See – adorable right?? And that sweet puppy would never eat that pretty bed, no way.
Love this one. I love stripes (obvi) and labs, and it gives me a little glimmer of hope of the tranquility that may exist in my house once her perfect little cushion is made. Thanks Elle Décor for the false sense of serenity. Maybe in 5 years…
Love the size and squishiness of this one. I may try to do this while still using a box cover pattern. This exact bed can be purchased at BaxterBoo.
I love pugs. But I can tell you I have never known a pug that would sleep on its own bed all alone. This bed is similar in shape to the one above and is available through the Pampered Puppy.
Alright, got some ideas, and fabric has been ordered – I went with Premier Prints Flynn in navy blue. I love navy, and I have a yellow dog, so that wasn’t the smartest decision I’ve made today, but hey, I’m only human. I’m thinking some bright contrasting piping will definitely be necessary, unless that will attract the little puppy teeth even more…
Any spoiled pampered pooches in your home?