For custom items such as leashes, beds, and crate covers, please plan on ordering early for the holidays. I handmake everything and typically stop accepting custom orders in early November depending on order volume.
For all remaining products, USA Holiday order deadline is expected to be DECEMBER 13th! Again, please order early though to ensure your products arrive in time. Shipping is still unpredicable and I cannot predict delays during transit :-)
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Looking for the perfect stocking stuffers, winter accessories, or quick gifts for the Holidays? Try these reusable, eco-friendly handwarmers. Great for friends, family, co-workers, even your children’s teachers!
My hands are ALWAYS cold in the winter. It's almost like clockwork- right around mid-October my hands and feet turn to blocks of ice and remain that way until, oh....about early June. I bought those chemical hand warmers ("hot hands") in BULK every fall just to get me through the winter. Then I started thinking about those big, rice-filled, heating pads. I had never seen any SMALL ones. So I made a pair to fit in my jacket pockets. Andddd I made another pair. And another. I'm addicted. I just microwave mine for 30 seconds to make them toasty warm, Pop them in my pockets, leash up the dogs, and head out for a walk.
Handwarmers features: *Comes as a pair of two handwarmers *Reusable and pretty *Portable WARMTH *Can double as an ice-pack *Variety of colors to choose from *Great as gifts *Ecofriendy *Tiny enough to fit in jacket pockets
Dimensions are approximately 3.5”x3.5” When purchasing, a quantity of 1 is for one PAIR of hand warmers. A quantity of 2, is two PAIRS. Just like if you were buying a pair of gloves or a pair of socks.
Use and Care Instructions:
~To heat: Microwave 30 seconds and check temperature. If they are still too cool, heat an additional 15 seconds and check again. They will stay warm up to an hour if put in jacket pockets.
~To cool: Pop them in the freezer for a few hours and use as ice packs
~DO NOT WASH! Spot clean only.
Contact me if you’re interested in a bulk order. Advance notice is much appreciated.