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Craft Ideas Using Gloves

I am looking for craft ideas to make with gloves, I have over 2 dozen that someone gave me. They are men's cotton/canvas gloves. Any ideas?


Terry in TX

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January 6, 20050 found this helpful

Got an idea for you. Have you thought about donating them to a shelter of some sort? I bet this time of year they would love them. Or another idea is,,, if you have children or grandchildren, they love this idea..let them draw faces on the gloves with permenant markers, then turn the glove upside down, sprinkle a little seed in the finger tips, put soil in them, then a little more seed in the hand part, and more soil. Tie it off with yarn, and put a dall rod in bottom of it and stick it in the garden, it will bloom if kept damp! Small seeds such as rose moss really looks cute when they start to bloom. Sandy in Kansas

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October 27, 20170 found this helpful

I'd like to add your local nursing home to the list of other great suggestions. Donations of crafts supplies, in addition to the usual of flowers, socks, books, magazines are always welcome.

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January 8, 20050 found this helpful

A pair if those gloves could be part of Next Year's Halloween Costume.


You could use them as oven mitts.
You could dye them and hang one of more on a wall full of artificial flowers.
You could hang one on a kitchen closet door with several screwdrivers and pliers in them.

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January 20, 20050 found this helpful

If you have any leftover wool (anything but baby wool, too thin) make some pompoms out of them leaving a long strand attached at the end. Then thread a darning needle with the long strand and seew them onto the palm and finger areas so it's quite fuzzy. Makes a wonderful duster or car washing mitt! Pick and choose your colors or all one color, doesn't matter but mixed is nicer.

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February 8, 20050 found this helpful

Stuff the glove with cotton batting or old cut up knee highs or panty hose. Tie off the cuff with string or ribbon bow. Then hot glue 3 fingers down with hot glue,leaving index finger straight. Now tie a string around that finger as a reminder.


Hot glue a small note pad to the palm of the glove.Add a pencil on a string to the thumb and hang it in the garden area, to have to write down suppiles as you think of them.You can sew a soda pop tab on the back to use to hang it or a loop of twine.
Also you can make hand puppets with them.

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By Brenda (Guest Post)
April 10, 20050 found this helpful

Make an interactive cat toy. They sell these things for big bucks in pet catalogs. Try sewing long dangling kitty balls, pompoms, and strands of ribbon to the ends of the fingers. You can wear this and play with your cat.

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By fagan (Guest Post)
October 24, 20070 found this helpful

Make a Thanksgiving turkey. Make the fingers the turkey feathers, a pine cone the body, cut a red felt gobler and glue on pine cone along with some wiggle eyes and a felt beak. Lightly stuff the fingers first, can have kids paint the fingers/feathers.


I gathered the wrist with a rubberband and spread the cuff over the pine cone. Use your imagination if you do it well enough you could take it as a hostess gift to whomever is cooking the turkiey dinner!

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June 18, 20080 found this helpful

Why would you want to use them for crafts. Aren't they just fun to wear and touch stuff with?

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By Cat (Guest Post)
November 2, 20080 found this helpful

Make hand puppets. My daughter loves the gloves wit the puppet fingers on them.

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