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    Stones glued to felt = hot pad. such a cute idea!

    • Pamela Hoogeveen

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad. What to do with all those beach stones and river rock you pick up. For kids, the fun could start by picking up the right stones during the summer to make gifts with in the fall..

    • Sylvia Stuart

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad Make a runner for the dining from table so I can stop fussing with potholders every night.

    • Loretta Layne

      From an ad for a teapot becomes the idea for a hotpad! How Creative! Stones glued to felt = hot pad. Doing this! They have these stones at the dollar store!

    • Red Balloons

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad. such a cute idea (and great way to use up the bags of river rocks, tile shards and flat marbles my daughter made me buy when she was in her collecting phase).

    • Ezra Arvizu

      cute idea - make a hot pad for hot dishes with pebbles and hot glue! I would want it all one color or with a pattern. Love this easy simple DIY craft idea!

    • Amy Rogalsky

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad. such a cute idea! I want to make a long rectangular one for my dining table! I would love to be able to just plop all the dinner pans on there without finding a gazillion potholders.

    • Jamie White Olmsted

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad. such a cute idea! What a great, easy craft idea for kids.

    • Marci Venable

      Stones glued to felt = TRIVET. LOVE. DIY Pot Holder...

    • Lettera Psy

      Stones glued to felt = hot pad - #DIY #craft #idea

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