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DIY Dry Food Pet Storage Container with Kibbles ‘N Bits® Savings

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My Teddy does not have a big appetite. When we buy him his pet food, it seems to last forever! He is so small that the bags of dry dog food we buy him often go stale before he finishes half the bag. That’s why I finally decided Teddy needed his very own dry food pet storage container. But when I tried shopping for a dry food pet storage container, I had such a hard time. All the dry food storage containers available in most of the stores were over $20 – that’s more than Teddy’s food – and weren’t even that cute. That’s when I decided to make this adorable DIY dry food pet storage container for Teddy’s dry dog food.

This container cost me less than $4 to make and it’s a great way to upcycle an old metal coffee can that most people have laying around their homes. It’s so stinking adorable that you’ll no longer feel the need to hide those bags of dry dog food under the counter.

Make this DIY Dry Food Pet Storage Container

When I say this DIY Dry Food Pet Storage Container is really simple to make, I mean it. This container is so easy, that the hardest thing about making it, will be painting it.

I bought all of my supplies at my local Dollar General for less than $4, so while I was there, I decided to buy Teddy some new dry pet food to put in my finished container. Normally, I just pick up a bag of Kibbles ‘N Bits® Small Breed Dry Dog Food, but while I was in the pet food aisle, I noticed Kibbles ‘N Bits® had a new flavor of pet food, Kibbles ‘N Bits® Bacon and Steak Flavor Dry Dog Food, so I decided to buy it too.

Kibbles ‘N Bits® Bacon and Steak Flavor Dry Dog Food has signature bits made with real meat and Dog-approved flavors of bacon and steak in every bite. Plus it’s a 100% complete and balanced for adult dogs. My Teddy is usually picky about trying new pet foods, but he loves this new Kibbles ‘N Bits® Bacon and Steak Flavor Dry Dog food and eats it up as soon as I give it to him. I’m actually a little unsure if he needs a pet food storage container for this dry dog food, it may be gone sooner than I think.

With Dollar General’s already low prices, I was surprised to find out Dollar General had a digital coupon to save $1.00 off any one Kibbles ‘n Bits® Dry Dog Food, 3lb bag or larger(valid 3/3/19 – 4/30/19). This coupon makes it even more affordable for your frugal budget to feed your pet food they will love.

Supplies Needed to Make this DIY Pet Food Container

  • 1 metal coffee can
  • 2 cans of spray paint (you can use any color, but white and black are usually the cheapest)
  • 1 Vinyl decal – this can be purchased or if you have a vinyl cutter, you can make your own.
  • 1 Adhesive Wall Hook
  • 1 large spoon or measuring cup

How to Make this Pet Food Storage Container

To make this adorable pet food container, you will need to start by using your spray paint to paint it. This should only take a few minutes, but you will have to be careful not to get runs in the paint because they will be noticeable.

After you are finished painting your container, apply your second coat of paint, if desired. Allow your can to dry.

Once you have your desired level of paint and your container is dry, place your vinyl adhesive on the front center of your container. If you can’t make your own vinyl decal, you can always pick one up at the store for a cheap price.

After adding your vinyl, add an adhesive wall hook to the side. Hang your spoon or measuring cup.

Add your dog’s favorite Kibbles ‘n Bits® Dry Dog Food, the container will hold a 3.6 pound bag.

Store in your favorite spot.

Whenever you’re making this adorable DIY Pet Food Container, don’t forget to stock up on new Kibbles ‘N Bits® Bacon and Steak Flavor Dry Dog food for your furry friend. With the $1 off savings on Kibbles ‘n Bits® Dry Dog Food, 3lb bag or larger(valid 3/3/19 – 4/30/19) at Dollar General Store, it’s a great time to stock up. Plus this container will hold up to 3.6 pounds of dog food. perfect for one bag of your dog’s favorite Kibbles ‘n Bits® Dry Dog Food.


1 Comment

  1. Jen
    March 19, 2019 / 10:17 pm

    Too small to store dog food in…would be cool to do this with a big metal trash can though

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