These DIY flannel hand warmers are a perfect gift or stocking stuffer this Christmas. I would usually pull out my glue gun for this kind of project but since these are microwavable the glue won’t hold. Try adding a drop essential oils to the rice that fills the inside for a soothing scent. Thanks to Sadie Seasongoods for a neat idea.
I have a confession to make: Once I made my Flannel & Lace Table Runner, I became completely obsessed with plaid and/or flannel projects. I’ll go ahead and apologize now because after a few weeks, you may be rolling your eyes at me.
BUT. Until then…let’s craft with the scraps from said table runner project. As we all know by now, I spent the past summer scavenging my local thrift shops for clearance flannel shirts…and I ended up with a bunch of them!
After I had cut out squares from the back of each shirt, I was left with quite a bit of usable flannel, just not in shirt form. So after tooling around on Pinterest, I fell in love with the idea to make re-usable hand warmers. I knew they’d be an excellent project for my scraps, and I could make a bunch and bring them to an upcoming Fall party.
Images from Sadie Seasongoods.
For the full instructions visit Sadie Seasongoods.