Need a fast and unique last minute gift? These are darling! You could make them any color. They are fleece and so cozy and warm. Great for kids and adults alike! 15 seconds in the microwave and you’ve got warm cozy hands. A little fleece, some felt, and rice is all you need. Great stocking suffers or last minute gifts for neighbors. There’s a free downloadable tag with a poem and instructions that you can print and attach to your owls.
- Pattern and tag download.
- Fleece scraps
- Felt scraps
- Glue for material
- Pinking shears
- Sewing machine (though you can sew by hand.)
- Ribbon for tag.
- Hole punch for tag.
- Small safety pin for tag.
Pattern and Tag Printables pdf
Print your tags on white cardstock. Cut them out, punch a hole in them and attach to your hand warmers with ribbon and a small safety pin.
These are adorable! Also, flannel would work better! It doesn’t sweat like fleece does, and there is a never-ending supply of cute prints to choose from! Thanks for the super fun idea!
How long do they last?
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I just found these and have 2 questions.
Does the microwave interfere with the craft glue?
How long do you microwave them, wouldn’t want little ones to get burned.
Thanks for the pattern, super cute.
Hi Cheryl! You only heat them for a few seconds, 10-15 depending on your microwave, so heat should be no problem and the glue should not be a problem either. Test with lower timeframes to be safe. Ü
I love these!!! Have you run into any problems with them “sweating” after being heated? I find the fleece wet after heating. Any solution?
I haven’t Monique but I’ve not used them a whole lot either. That very well could be an issue. Just leave them out to air after use if that happens for sure! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Love this idea!!! Do you find that fleece sweats when the rice is heated up? Or should it be lined with something?
These are darling! Thank you for sharing this pattern as well as gift tags!
I made some for Christmas gifts. You can see them on my blog:
LK Yours turned out darling! I’m so glad you found them useful. You are more than welcome to share the link to my post on yours in case others would like the pattern. Thanks for letting me know and letting me peek at yours. Always makes me feel good to inspire. I’m going to share your site link on my social networks to show off your work. Ü
looks like i found the perfect little valentines gift for my 9 grandkids! Thanks!!
Your so welcome Jan. Thank you for stopping by!
So cute and easy! My kids would love them!
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Thanks Carissa! I’ll hop on over to yours right now!
These are adorable!!!
Rice hand warmers! Now why didn’t I think of that? I love love LOVE this idea. pinned.
Thank you Stella!
These are adorable! Thanks for sharing the pattern and download.
Thanks so much for saying so and stopping by!
These are adorable!! I found you through the showcase and am now following via Twitter, I am excited to follow along!
Why thanks so much Michelle! Happy to have you with us!
Oh my goodness these are just so adorable. My hands are always cold! This is just too cute! I would love it if you shared this at the Saturday showcase at http://www.bowdabrablog.com
Thanks so much Crystal. I’ll stop by your showcase!
I’ve made little rice hand warmers like this before, but none this cute!! I just used baby socks.
I’ve seen different types but not with the baby socks! Thanks Diana for stopping by.
These are adorable! Love anything with owls. Visiting from Inspirations Spotlight 🙂
Thank you Joy!
What a cute homemade gift! Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial.
Appreciate that Aimee. Ü
Oh they are so cute, and super quick to make. What a lovely idea.
Thanks so much Julie!