Scrap Wood Pet Bed

Our dog Pinxo is a spoiled dog, and I thought I could make a pet bed for him with some scrap wood I had at home.

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

Then our sweet bunny Manchitas joined him! He’s such a good dog that didn’t say anything about the invasion…

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

I don’t know how but I lost all the pictures I took while making it, so I’ll share the pictures I took when I was requested to make another for a friend. You’ll see it is not difficult at all.

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

The first thing we did was measure Pinxo. Then I headed to the basement, fingers crossed to find a piece of scrap wood that would fit. And I found it! It was a 70 x 50 cm piece of particleboard.  I also found another big piece that would be used for the sides.

I cut the big one with these measures:

3 – 70 x 5 cm
4 – 47 x 5 cm
5 – 10 x 4 cm

I nailed the boards together and added some wheels. The girls helped me to paint it light gray.

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

Then Miss A dry brushed with some black paint.

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

I also transferred the name of the dog, if you want to see the process you will find it on this tutorial, I promise it is really easy! We added some cushions and a blanket, and it was ready!! As Pinxo wasn’t available for the picture, we used a substitute 😉

How to make a pet bed out of scrap wood

Pinxo is really happy with his pet bed, and I know Terry is happy too!

What about you, do you have pets are home? If so, do they have a special place?

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  1. Katrin says:

    How cute is that! Our bunnie’s name is Manchitas too, that’s so funny, but she lives outside in the garden with her hubby Blanco, lol! They do have a little shelter, but they mostly come into our “lavadero” , so, I’m thinking I could do something like this for them in there! I love it, I’m sure they would too!

    • Pili says:

      You’re kidding me!! We had another rabbit which was a female whose name was Blanquita hahaha!! We can’t have them in the garden because they go to our neighbour house and from them run away.

  2. Keri says:

    Pili, what a sweet doggy bed for Terry!! You’re incredibly talented to have made this!! I like that the bed is on rollers! We don’t have a dog or bunny but I’m sure my kiddos would love any pets at this point. 😉 When we finally get a pet, I’m sure I’ll be building a bed just like this one! 🙂

    • Pili says:

      Thanks, it is the first thing I build myself without help, I am so proud lol!! The rollers are fantastic because the girls take it outside during the day and bring it home at night.

    • Pili says:

      No, we don’t allow the bunny to be there, she was just visiting. Pinxo is trained to pee outside, the bunny is in progress… ahem ahem

  3. Laurie says:

    Pili, Love this little bed you made for Pinxo! Thanks for sharing. Pinned and tweeted. Love that you share your projects with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday!

    • Pili says:

      No Beester, unfortunately they aren’t. You should make one for yours out of metal!

      Thank you for stopping by, enjoy your week!

    • Pili says:

      Hahahaha!! No problem, we can make room for you and enjoy some sunny days here in Mallorca. You’re invited!

  4. Nikki says:

    Pili, every single corner of your home is filled with your creative touch, isn’t it? I am sure your entire family is impressed with your talent and it looks like your girls will carry it on when they get older and have their own families. So your dog isn’t the only one in your family getting the benefit, generations to come will get benefit from your talents. That is the coolest.

    And I really love the dog bed, a little rustic but very comfortable and stylish.

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