Monday, April 4, 2011

DIY Warming Neck Wrap

Look what I made! If I can do this, you totally can. This neckwrap is filled with shelled corn. Microwave for 2-3 minutes and apply to your neck or back!

If the corn isn't soft enough for you, you can use flax seed but it would be a lot more expensive to make!

I used flannel fabric. Be warned, you'll want to double up the fabric. Don't just cut two pieces and sew right sides together. The corn will be too heavy and rip out the seams. Ask me how I know this......

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This is the nice double lined one that I made as a gift for a mom-to-be. I'd give you the measurements but, heheheh, I was just winging it.


Roll it up, tie with a nice ribbon and give to someone in your life who needs some relaxation! Or, you know, keep it for yourself. I won't tell.

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12 comments:

  1. This is a great idea! Where did you learn how to do it?

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  2. Adorable--I always keep a bunch of these things around for achy days, they're priceless.

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  3. I hurt my neck the other day & keep saying I need to make one of these! Great job!

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  4. How cool! Thanks for sharing! What a great idea to give to a mom-to-be! :)

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  5. Such a great idea for gift giving! They are always handy and yours look very adorable

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  6. So cute!

    Ashley
    www.TheThriftyWife.com

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  7. You're in charge of making Grandma's bags from now on! (evil grin)

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  8. As long as you keep doing her toenails Andi! I clearly got the better end of this deal! ha.

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  9. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! Love your blog! I made chocolate covered marshmallows for a baby shower a few months ago using paper straws. They were a huge hit! Good luck with your birthday party! Hope you post some pictures!

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