Valentine’s Hand Warmers | DIY Pocket Hand Warmers | Holiday Gift Ideas | Holiday Crafts

 This is a guest post from Hannah of Lovely Little Life

Hello, everyone! I am Hannah from Lovely Little Life. I’m so happy to be back at Living Well Spending Less to share another easy and affordable project with you all!

Has it been as frigid where you live this winter as it has been here in Indiana? For me, one of the worst things about chilly weather is cold hands. That’s why I decided to make these adorable Valentine’s Day heart hand warmers. I love the idea of having a warm heart in my pocket to keep the chill away! Plus, they’re an awesome Valentine’s Day gift idea! They would make a great alternative to paper valentines, and they are easy enough to let your kids do most of the work!

Here's all the supplies you need for this cute DIY hand warmers project

Here is what you need:

Scissors
Needle & Thread (you could also use embroidery floss or yarn)
Uncooked Beans, Corn, or Rice (any kind except instant)
9 x 12” Soft Felt Sheets (each sheet will yield two 4” hand warmers)
Embellishments (optional)

 

Trace a heart out on a piece of felt or fabric

Step 1: Print and cut out your heart template. I used a Cricut to make mine, but you can download and print one HERE or HERE.Using a pen, trace your heart template onto the felt. You will need to trace two hearts for each hand warmer.

Cut out the traced hearts from the fabric

Step 2: Cut out your felt hearts.

Decorate the hearts with ribbons or buttons

Step 3: (optional) If you would like to add embellishments such as buttons, ribbon, or felt cutouts make sure you sew them onto your hearts before proceeding to the next step.

Sew together two of the heart pieces

Step 4: Hand sew two hearts together using a simple straight stitch. You could also use a blanket stitch or sewing machine. Make sure to leave a small 1 – 2” opening at the bottom so you will be able to fill the hearts.

Fill the hearts with beans

Step 5: Fill the hearts with beans, corn, or rice.

Finish sewing the heart cutouts together completely so the beans won't fall out

Step 6: Finish sewing the hearts together until completely closed. (Note:  You could also use a sewing machine for a less ‘rustic’ look.)

To use just pop them in the microwave for 15-30 seconds. They’ll stay toasty and keep you cozy for up to 30 minutes!

Valentine’s Hand Warmers | DIY Pocket Hand Warmers | Holiday Gift Ideas | Holiday Crafts

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I wish I had made these years ago! Whose hands and heart do you plan on warming with them?

 

Valentine’s Hand Warmers | DIY Pocket Hand Warmers | Holiday Gift Ideas | Holiday CraftsHi! My name is Hannah. I’m a twenty-something girl all about DIY, home decor, crafting, and fashion! My blog is Lovely Little Life. I love to share upcycling projects and easy DIY decor.

 

 

Hi! My name is Hannah. I’m a twenty-something girl all about DIY, home decor, crafting, and fashion! My blog is Lovely Little Life. I love to share upcycling projects and easy DIY decor.Hi! My name is Hannah. I’m a twenty-something girl all about DIY, home decor, crafting, and fashion! My blog is Lovely Little Life. I love to share upcycling projects and easy DIY decor.
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