Home Made Heating Pad! πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ by Julia Crumbley - Musely
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Home Made Heating Pad! πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

posted in Health & Fitness
10/14/2014
  • All you'll need is:

An old pillow case, bandana, or sock
Some rice
A sewing kit or a ribbon (no need for either if you're using a sock)

And a microwave ;)
    All you'll need is:

    An old pillow case, bandana, or sock
    Some rice
    A sewing kit or a ribbon (no need for either if you're using a sock)

    And a microwave ;)
  • You can add some scented oils to the rice, so when you heat the bag up, the smell will fill the room.
    You can add some scented oils to the rice, so when you heat the bag up, the smell will fill the room.
  • Make sure to leave a space to pour the rice in when sewing up a pillow case or bandana
Add the rice to the partially sewn bag and stitch up the rest to seal!
Tie with a ribbon if you're in a hurry!πŸŽ€
    Make sure to leave a space to pour the rice in when sewing up a pillow case or bandana
    Add the rice to the partially sewn bag and stitch up the rest to seal!
    Tie with a ribbon if you're in a hurry!πŸŽ€
  • You can use a mason jar lid to hold open the sock to pour in the rice.
    You can use a mason jar lid to hold open the sock to pour in the rice.
  • After adding the rice, simply tie the end of the sock and boom! Ready for the microwave!
    After adding the rice, simply tie the end of the sock and boom! Ready for the microwave!
  • Put in the microwave for 20 seconds and do 10 second intervals until desirably hot! 

Use the heating pad for period cramps, tight muscles, aches or cold hands during the winter! 
Like, save and add me please!!
    Put in the microwave for 20 seconds and do 10 second intervals until desirably hot!

    Use the heating pad for period cramps, tight muscles, aches or cold hands during the winter!
    Like, save and add me please!!

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