What is a warm fuzzy you say? A warm fuzzy is something you feel inside when you do a good deed for someone else. We decided we would make our own warm fuzzies so we could leave one behind when we did something extra nice for someone. We got the idea here from the LDS Children's Friend magazine. To make a warm fuzzy you need just a few items:
- A 2-inch wide piece of cardboard
- Colorful yarn or string (we had a variety of embroidery thread)
To start, begin wrapping a long string around the cardboard - about 100 times will do so it will be nice and fluffy. Cut the end off and slip the wound-up string off the cardboard.
Cut a smaller piece of string to tie tightly around the center of the wound string, then snip the loops that were left on the ends and trim so it is somewhat even.
Fluffy up your warm fuzzy and you are done!
Repeat as many times as you would like and fill up a jar - then find something nice to do for someone and leave behind a warm fuzzy!