These glittery snowflakes are quick and easy to make and take only 4 chenille stems for each one. They add a lovely shimmery touch to your home during the holidays or anytime throughout the winter. The kids can have fun making enough to fill your windows! Click here for the instructions.
A gift I love to give my friends just perfect for helping them feel cozy on a cold winter’s day is Snowman Soup and I have two different kinds to share with you: a sweet and a savory version. And if you package them in a cute little gift bag, these snowman bread tags are [...]
I am so thrilled to kick off “Snow Week” on my blog as a part of a Let it Snow Blog Party with some of my favourite creative bloggers! It’s ironic that I picked this week as Snow Week, however. You see, we had an unseasonably warm autumn but right at Christmas time, the snow [...]
As some of you may know I’ve been trying to fill my large picture window in my living room with all kinds of snowflakes. I used to make these fun crystal snowflakes with my students every year. They were always fascinated to see the crystals forming and with older students, we were able to turn [...]
I’ve been trying to get motivated to work on the Hive’s Spring Challenge but seem to have some creative block there that’s getting in my way. Of course, while many of you are regaling us with stories of sunshine, 80 degree weather, and flowers blooming, this is what I see when I look out my [...]
Especially if it’s fake snowflakes!!! We got our first snowfall yesterday – I guess it seems fitting since this is Canada and it is now December but still….sigh. All I can think of is the shovelling and the driving in it and all those things that aren’t quite so much fun about snow! So lately, [...]