Friday, December 14, 2007

Making snowflakes

This morning it is minus 23 below zero here. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr This is a bit too cold.


While waiting for christmas (and I guess you have noting else to do) why not start making snowflakes. You can do it here. I started and could not stop.
Snowflakes are so beautiful. And do you know they says there does not exist two similar snowflakes.
Saying for today:
Snowflakes are kisses from heaven

14 comments:

Annemiek said...

You rock at making snowflakes. I couldn't control the scissors and the best I got was a hexagon...I'll keep trying!

Lise said...

Hi!
Thanks for sharing the links!! I've copied some of them and mailed to my yahoo postcard group. It "only" minus 12 in Oslo....
Lise

Susan said...

Brrr. I'd think there's enough cold outside! The snowflakes look like fun, though!

meggie said...

Just like people May Britt! We are all so different! I love those photos we see of real snowflakes. So amazing & true gifts!!

I do hope you keep warm & toasty!!

KicsiKató said...

Dear may! I've read your blog for a few months and I love your crafts!!! I can't stop saying that it's terribly cold there!!! I would freeze just in a moment:))) The winter was quiet "warm" here in Hungary, it started to snow yesterday - it seems to be a white Christmas - but only with -1-5 Celsius:)

KicsiKató said...

Sorry, May of course...

Siddis-in-houston said...

ÅÅÅ, her var det veldig mye fint, send litt snø over til meg! Her kommer jeg og titter inn igjen!

Leanne said...

Brrrrrr to cold for me thinking of your from sunny Australia.

Noelia said...

Hello :)
It is a real white Christmas!! here never snow. It will be very nice looking throuhg the window and see all this snow.
Sorry for my english, it isn't very good.

Rose said...

Oh i love these snowflakes as well May (i put the link on my blog too), i think i spend more time than my kids making them lol!!!

Shelina said...

I've made these snowflakes in past years. They are addictive! Thanks for reminding me of them.

Foothills Fabric & Threads said...

Hi May Britt, as always your blog is full of good things. I'm catching up on things now as our work commitments are slowing down. You have a very talented daughter. My daughter is interested in photography and drawing fantasy figures she hopes to go to uni to do an Arts degree. I'm envious of all that snow. Luckily they are not predicting hot weather for our Christmas day here in Melbourne.
Hugs Sandra

Mary Ann said...

Oh, dear, May Britt!! That's TOO cold, I agree!!! I wish I could send you some of our mild, foggy weather...we usually get the cold stuff in January!!! Keep warm!! Hilsen from Denmark!!!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

So cold there! Shall have to try the snowflakes, my girl would like that.
Loved the snippets of DD's school work, great that she sold them.
Enjoying your traditions and gorgeous bag for Jodie...mine isn't opened either! Tracey

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