We're in the midst of a blizzard here in PA with a 'state of emergency'
in effect. This means - hardly anyone is on the roads. It snowed all night
and continues to snow as I write this at 6:30 pm. We've been
shoveling and snowblowing throughout day to keep up with it. Snow depth is approaching 30"! But in the quiet of our evening hours -
I took a little time to work on a project...
I was inspired by co-worker who made the white snowflake below
from recycled computer printer paper.
I decided to use paper bags and make some a bit bigger.
The tutorial I used - found here - uses a glue stick or glue gun for all 'attachments'.
I thought I'd be too clumsy for that and wasn't sure with the paper bag
weight they'd stay 'stuck' - so I used scotch tape and a stapler.
My squares (watch the tutorial and you'll understand) are 5 1/2" square.
Six are needed for each snowflake.
I'm hoping to hang them at varying lengths overhead in my
booth space at Quentin Antique Shoppe.
What a fun day this has been! I'm so thankful it's Saturday and
nobody here needed to go to work.
Hope you're safe and warm where you are too. ~Joyce