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    Here’s a simple, sweet way to help keep your guests toasty at an outdoor affair…and lets face it, warm hands, warmer heart. Here we’ve wrapped the rather unsightly hand warmers in little woolen envelopes. Its so easy to do! We bought our wool from this etsy seller or you could just as easily recycle old sweaters or whatever else you might find. Just lay the hand warmer on the fabric, cut out the front and back pieces leaving a little extra length in the back for the flap, stitch around the three sides, cut a slit in the flap and add a button. easy peasy. photos by Tec Petaja

    pocket heart hand warmers! microwave for 25 seconds and they'll stay toasty for an hour.

    The Scrap Shoppe: {Workshop Wednesday} Homemade Hand Warmers with template and free printable

    Rice Bag Warmer Tutorial - I have made these using long socks too, just tie the sock in a knot (no sew version) They are GREAT for aches and pains..be sure to use old fashioned rice rather than minute rice

    DIY Hand Warmers. These are so adorable… reheatable hand-warmers to pop in their pockets on the way to school (or for me anytime since I'm freezing all winter)!

    Hot/Cold Bags Tutorial. These are filled with rice but could use corn as well. Love the idea of making them with scraps.

    Make these out of fleece and fill with rice = hand warmers, cold pack for boo-boos, or hot compresses.. OWLS!

    hand warmers tutorial - hmm good Christmas gift for sister in NYC...?

    DIY Felt Owl Hand Warmers- such an adorable idea for the Teacher's St. Valentine's Day present... the theme this year are "Owls"...

    DIY hand warmers!....want to do this for my girls for christmas but it requires sewing. :*(

    Homemade foaming soap: 1 inch of liquid hand soap, Slowly fill the rest of the bottle with tap water. Put lid back on, and gently tip upside down & side to side to mix. Don’t shake (it will get too sudsy)