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The warm, pleasant sensations one feels in the stomach and heart area when emotionally moved by an act of goodwill or love.
Sometimes, the ones you would buy in the store had a little ribbon tag attached to the feet that had a saying on them.
So, how do you make your own Warm Fuzzie? It's a fun little project for kids. Gives them something really easy they can do if you ever have a "I'm bored" moment in your house. Plus, the supply cost is really low so they can make oodles of them and use their creativity to make different color combos, sizes and such. And, it's a low-supervision craft so if your kids can handle scissors and glue, you can go do something else while they craft. Like the dishes - oh, who are we kidding, you know you'd rather make warm fuzzies than do the dishes.
First, gather your supplies:
- Pompoms of different sizes
- Elmer's glue
- Googlie eyes
- Foam sheets
Step 1: Using a small square of a foam sheet, cut a small heart. Or really, any
shape that you can use for feet.
Step 2: Add a small dot of glue to the point of the heart like shown
Step 3: Then attach the pompom to the glue dot
Step 4: Decide where you want the eyes and add two little glue dots to the pompom
Step 5: Then attach the googlie eyes to the glue dots
That's it. You've just made your first little fuzzie guy. Make sure to make more than one so they can have friends. Or so you can give them to friends. I mean, who wouldn't want a warm fuzzie?