18 Winter DIY Projects To Stomp Out The Cold

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The cold temperatures of winter often mean a lot of homes can get really cold. If you want to use thrifty was to keep yourself warm, then consider doing some DIY projects to stomp out the cold.

1. A candle heater is easy to make and use for emergency heat.


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2. Make a homemade draft blocker or draft dodger for your door.


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3. Felt hand warmers are easy to make to help beat the cold.


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4. Add bubble wrap to your windows to keep cold air out of your house.


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5. A DIY bed warmer is a great alternative to using a standard electric blanket.


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6. A hand warming muff is super easy to make to use on any cold winter day.


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7. Make your own DIY heating pad for a chair or your bed.


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8. Making a solar heater out of tin cans is a great way to help keep your home warm.


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9. An emergency hot water bottle is super easy to make with a few towels and plastic bags.


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10. DIY thermal curtains are a great craft project to keep cold air out of your home.


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11. Make your own area rugs to cover bare areas of the floor.


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12. Build a DIY barrel furnace to help heat your home or workshop during the winter.


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13. Build a trombe wall using some wire and river rock.


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14. Learn how to arm knit a scarf to help you keep warm.


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15. Use goose or duck feather to make a down-filled quilt or blanket.


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16. An emergency survival heater is not difficult to make to help keep warm.


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17. Soapstones are perfect to use as a source of heat on a cold day.


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18. Make a DIY humidifier to help add moisture to the air and increase warmth.


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