Monday, January 23, 2012

DIY: Lavender Heating Pads

Hey, Everyone!

Popping in today to share a super easy DIY project! For Christmas this year, my sister-in-law's and I decided to do a handmade gift exchange. It had to be super cheap and totally handmade, so of course, I turned to Pinterest! (heehee)

I came across this pin, and since it was like, December 22nd or 23rd, I knew I needed something really simple! These adorable heating pads were very easy to make. Trust me. If I can make them, anyone can! I am not a seamstress by any sense of the word, but if you can sew a straight line, then you're good to go!

I made my heating pads following this tutorial from Elm Street Life, but I only sewed 1 seam down the middle instead of I said, simple people, simple! I filled my heating pads with rice and then scented them with Lavender essential oil. I love them!! They turned out so so cute and I use mine all the time. I am always cold at bedtime so I love heating one of these babies up before bed and they smell so good! All the fabric I used were scraps I had on hand...since I started these at about 10pm, I had no other option, heehee!

So there ya go...a simple little gift idea for any occasion. Have fun!!!



Ashley said...

These turned out so cute! I love them and I love the fabric you used too.

alicia.king said...

way cute fabric!

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