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There are many tutorials for hand warmers out there. Mine were inspired by these at I Heart Naptime - I just loved the fabric she used!
You know, one could add essential oils to the rice such as lavender, but I chose not to because of the many allergies my family and friends suffer from.
A couple of years ago, I made some hand warmers for my family using quilter's cotton. My daughter freezes some for the many bumps and bruises a family with four children get.
She heats up the other hand warmers to ward off the chills from a cold/the flu.
There are many tutorials online for various hand warmers and bed warmers. In fact, one blogger (I wish I could remember who! If you know, please let me know and I'll update this post!) said she keeps a bowl of them in her kitchen so her family can grab, heat and head out with warm hands. Ahhh, talk about a hug from Mom! :)
Besides I Heart Naps, here are a few more tutorials that I've pinned: