miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2012

Calentadores de manos caseros



Soy de las que siempre tienen las manos heladas así que este proyecto además de muy navideño y decorativo me viene estupendo. Hay cientos de ellos en Internet por lo que me imagino que ya todo el mundo sabe hacerlos pero por si no solo hace falta un poco de fieltro blanco y rojo, y un trozo de tela que encontré por ahí, hilos y un botón, coser dos trozos de tela iguales en la forma que más os guste por el borde dejando un agujerito para rellenar con el arroz, terminar de cerrarlo y ya está! calentadores de manos al momento!
Yo los he metido 30 segundos en el microondas y salen bastante calientes. (tras sacarlo del microondas huele un poco raro pero se pasa enseguida).


My hands are always cold so this project is perfect for Christmas, very decorative and it’s also perfect for my hands. Three in one! There are hundreds of them on Internet so I guess everybody knows hot to make them but in case you don’t you just need some white and red felt, a piece of fabric that I found, threads and a button, cut 2 equal pieces of the fabric into any size or shape you like, sew the edges all the way around but leave a hole to pour the rice in, fill the pouch with rice, sew up the hole and you have your hand warmers.
I left them 30 seconds in the microwave ant they were quite hot (when you take them out the microwave it smells kind of funny but it doesn’t last long).





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8 comentarios:

  1. Love the snowflake stitches on the red heart. Beautiful.

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  2. I love these! So cute. If you haven't already stopped by, please come share at my Farm Girl Blog Fest: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/12/farm-girl-friday-blog-fest-12.html

    Happy Holidays
    Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily

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  3. Thank you for linking up to the blog hop Adorned From Above. We are co-hosting and appreciate you joining the party! Have a great day!
    Host: Debi @ adornedfromabove.com
    Co-Host: Joye & Myrna @ thebusybhive.blogspot.com
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  4. Sweet, warm and cozy. Thank you for linking it up at the linky party at http://www.finecraftguild.com btw i wonder if you could add some essential oil to the rice to make them smell nice...

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