Thursday, July 7, 2011

Dog & Cat Pillow Covers with Personality!

I am really enjoying the pillow cover realm! A previous post showed my first cat pillow cover, "Phooey". I have since made three more. I am trying to capture the cat and dog response to their world on each cover. Below are my latest attempts at doing so. What do you think? 
(Click on any picture to go directly to my catcalls or dogbarks shop)








 This scared dog was from  friends, Sassysashadoxie and PaniEva - thank you! 





I would love to hear of your cat and dog personalities that might be able to be transformed into a pillow cover!




12 comments:

  1. I jush put some cat cushions on my blog this morning. The last one of yours here, the cat 'relaxing' is adorable!! I love it in fact! :-))

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  2. Thank you so much! My mind is full of ideas!

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  3. Love these!!! Maybe something about a food obsessed cat like my Cody???? Can you make them to fit a bed pillow? (the one above looks like a throw pillow unless I am wrong)....if you do a gray striped tabby I just might buy it! :)

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  4. LOL - very good challenge! My mind is already going!

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  5. Love all of the pillows Patty. One after the other I said that is so cute. Love the dog hiding under the blanket with the one bolt of lightening, and I'll be waiting is perfect. I think that fits all dogs.

    Off the top of my head I thought of "Belly rubs"! Both my dogs love them. Giupetto turns over on his back all 4 legs up and out. LOL Gianna asks my sitting up in the gopher position I call it. It is also her Give me Treats position. :-)

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  6. Love the pillows, I think I have hearted each one. They are so cute! Great job! Like I mentioned before, I am always as excited to get home as they are for me to be there!

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  7. These are great pillows, Patty! Thanks for giving us credit for the scared dog one. My foster greyhound Corey is terrified of storms. She usually hides in her crate, with comfy blankets and pillows, and couple of her favorite stuffies.
    "I'm relaxing" would be good for dogs, too - just picture a greyhound in a classic "cockroach" position. You can't be more relaxed than that :)

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  9. Thank you all for such great suggestions! I will get to it all!

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