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|CREATE|owl hand warmer


This isn't really a tutorial for how to make an owl hand warmer, I just wanted to show you this hand warmer which I made for T, with a cold spell approaching I thought it would be nice to have a little hand warmer in each pocket to keep him warm!
 

This can be made using any small felt pattern really, I created this owl by taking bits from various owls on pinterest (and I think his ears are too big!)
 

My owl is the same size as the robin decoration I made at Christmas which you can find here, you could use the robin pattern to make this too!
 
 I filled him up with pearl barley, but I'm seen that you can use beans or rice too.  Once you have your design, sew up your character leaving a small gap to add your filling.
 
They need 40 seconds in the microwave to get nicely warm and not too hot for little hands.
 
 
This is T's 'I don't want a photo for your blog Mummy' face!
 
 
And this is him giving us a demo of putting the hand warmer in his pocket - after he'd been bribed with chocolate!


These would make really cute gifts too, I'm thinking about making some for gifts for next Christmas.  I think they'd also be good for when you come in from the snow as a super quick way to warm up!
 
I'm linking up to  #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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9 comments :

  1. That pic is HILARIOUS! Love him!!! :) X

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  2. These are lovely. I wish I could sew, because these would make lovely gifts for both adults and kids! '#toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  3. I absolutely love these, who knew they were so easy to make?! Your owl is lovely :0 ) #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  4. That is so cute, I love owls! They would be lovely gifts :)

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  5. these are fab - really impressed with these xx
    #toddlerapprovedtuesday

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  6. I love the little hand warmer, you did a lovely job, don't be so critical. His ears are just fine. What a handsome little dude too :) Zena's Suitcase

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  7. I wish I was this creative. Great hand warmer. Thanks for linking up to the #BinkyLinky

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  8. I love this! :D It's super cute as well. :D

    #BinkyLinky #sundaystars

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  9. This is gorgeous!! What a great idea and so simple to actually do. Must have a go myself!
    Thanks for linking up with #SundayStars this week

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