Stay warm with hand warmers! I’ve compiled a wonderful DIY list of hand warmer ideas you can make yourself for perfectly warm hands all winter!
DIY Hand Warmers
Every winter I’ve always had the same problem… Keeping my hands warm! I know I’m not the only one who has this dilemma and I don’t really want to be stuck at home just because of it. So being the problem solver that I try my best to be, I came up with a solution: HAND WARMERS! I know you can buy them at the store. But it doesn’t always seem like your money’s worth does it? So why not make some instead! Here’s some excellent hand warmers you can make at home tonight!
11 Hand Warmers You Can Make Yourself
1. Comforting Winter Pocket Handwarmers
Make a hand warmer that won’t just warm your hands but also your heart. Get the pattern and instructions here.
2. Mini Heart Shaped Hand Warmer
Feel like giving your heart this winter? Share it with this.
3. Flannel Shirt Hand Warmers
Got some old flannel shirts lying around? Turn them into a DIY hand warmer, and don’t forget to share! These would be a great gift for men or women.
4. Upcycled Monogrammed Hand Warmer
Personalize some hand warmers by making them yourself. See how here.
5. Star Wars Hand Warmers
Star Wars fan? This will be perfect. Use an old t-shirt from one of your favorite movies for a customized hand warmer. Get the tutorial here.
6. More Heart Hand Warmers
Pop these in the microwave and start getting warm. See how here.
7. Essential Oil Hand Warmers
Keep warm while getting all the benefits of your favorite essential oil with this DIY.
8. Simple Square DIY Hand Warmer
This basic square shaped warmer in a fun simple pattern is a great plce to start. See how you can make it here.
9. Cozy and Quick Owl Handwarmer
Who doesn’t love a cute little owl? This also makes for a great gift idea.
10. Jumbo Hand Warmer
Looking for more warmth? Make it bigger with this DIY tutorial.
11. DIY Warm Hands
Need a crochet projects this winter? Keep your hands warm with this pattern.
Want to make something without having to sew anything? You can with this DIY tutorial from Kin Community:
Which one are you making today? Let us know below in the comments below!
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