If you're looking for gift ideas for pets or for the person who just got a new dog in their life, Brit Morin has some ideas.

The founder of Brit + Co., an online DIY community, teamed up with PetSmart Charities to suggest some crafty and creative projects to celebrate adopted dogs this holiday season.

"Having pets myself, I love giving ideas on how to show adopted pets how special they are in simple and affordable ways," Morin said.

How are you making your pet's house a home for the holidays? Show Morin by sharing your pictures on Instagram with the hashtag #petshappyhome, and she'll pick one submission to feature on her website.

Check out her festive DIY projects below and get inspired.

Photo ornaments

pet ornaments Decorate your tree with your pet's best pose. (Photo: Brit + Co/ PetSmart Charities)

Decorate your tree with your feline friend or canine companion. Simply purchase some clear ornaments, slip cardstock photos of your pet inside and add some confetti for a festive touch.

Pet pillows

pet pillow Put your pet's sweet face on a decorative pillow. (Photo: Brit + Co/ PetSmart Charities)

Turn your pet’s picture into a decorative throw pillow. All you need is iron-on transfer paper, fabric and a sewing machine. If you don’t think you’re up for the task of making your own pillow, simply iron the image onto an onto an existing pillow or pillowcase.

Pumpkin peanut butter dog treats

dog treats Whip up some peanut butter-pumpkin dog treats for your favorite pet. (Photo: Brit + Co/ PetSmart Charities)

These homemade holiday dog treats aren't only delicious — they're also nutritious and aid in doggie digestion. Plus, they require only six ingredients, so they're easy to make.

Etched-glass treat jars

etched glass treat jars Make these etched glass treat jars to hold homemade treats. (Photo: Brit + Co/ PetSmart Charities)

Gather a glass jar, some etching cream, electrical tape, vinyl adhesive letters and a paintbrush, and let Morin walk you through the simple process of creating a one-of-a-kind etched-glass treat jar.

Paw-print stamps

pet paw print stamps You can use your pet's own paw to make a stamp, or just use it for inspiration. (Photo: Brit + Co/ PetSmart Charities)

In the video below, Morin shows you how to make your own pet-inspired stamps in just 15 minutes.

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Laura Moss writes about a variety of topics with a focus on animals, science, language and culture. But she mostly writes about cats.

5 DIY gift ideas for dog lovers
Brit Morin has some adorable, easy-to-make holiday crafts for your dog or your dog-loving friend.