Cinco De Mayo - DIY Mini Flag Banner and Poncho


It's May and we are getting festive over here for Cinco De Mayo!  
We found this adorable mini sombrero at Party City 
(it's for humans, but I tied the chin strap to fit Sebastian's head).



We made the flag banner and poncho from recycled t-shirts.  Instructions below!

FLAG BANNER:


PONCHO:


And that's all folks.


Nap time.


XOXOXOXOXO,
Erika and Sebastian




8 comments:

Two French Bulldogs said...

Whoooa! Arrrrriba!
Benny & Lily

Carla said...

He is so adorable!
Glad you both have so much fun together!
Darcy and Sophie are so not having fun with this late snow we have! They send Sebastian hugs and licks!

Irresistible Pets said...

Ahhh!!! I am in love with this!!! Sebastian looks soooo cute!!! I had to include this in my pet diy roundup for Cinco de Mayo!!!

Sew Doggy Style said...

Awe, thank you Carla, Darcy, Sophie, and Irresistible Pets! You guys are awesome.

xoxoxoxo

FidoseofReality said...

Great pics and love your creativity!

lilythepoodlepup said...

arrrriba! or in dog language, ARRRFRIBA!

thanks for posting the poncho thing!i have a tiny little dog that looks so cute in it, one problem with the hat tho,i bought the wrong one and his head it too small for it! [not your fault sew doggystyle]

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