Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Bath Salts and Snowflakes.

On Monday night
Sheyla helped me make up two batches of Bath Salts.
We listened to Christmas music and smelled of Lavender and Eucalyptus.
I love that she helped me.
I love that we're done.
I've seen paper snowflakes on many blogs
and I googled paper snowflakes too.
Go here and here and here 
and here and here and here
and here and here and here. 
Those are just a few sites I just found.
There are thousands really.
Snowflakes really are amazing. 
And who can forget the amazing snowflakes
on the adorable movie Elf.
Last year Davis helped me make a tutorial
for some incredible 3D snowflakes.
You can go here to see that.
Last night I started to make some snowflakes.
Sheyla was done at two. 
This is only half of the window 
which is less than half the size of the window
I wanted snowflakes on.
I know I have to pick and choose what's important.
I know this isn't important in the scheme of things.
I just love the look and wanted to try it.
So I did.
Christmas isn't over yet.
So there is still time.


Brandi said...

Those look pretty cool! How awesome would it be if you got your whole window covered!

Ms Muffin said...

Thanks for linking to me!
Your photo looks so much nicer than mine though! :-)

Cheryl G. said...

Thanks to both of you!
I do want to cover the whole window
(at least most of it).
I do think it would be cool!
: )

BugsandFishes said...

Thanks for the link! Even if you don't finish the whole window this year, keep your snowflakes stored somewhere flat for next year and you can gradually build up a whole snowstorm of them :)