Remember the excitement you felt when school was called off? All those crossed fingers, spoons under your pillow and jammies worn backwards were worth it...it's a snow day!
These days, when your little ones are back from sledding, snowman-building and general frolicking, it's good to have a few projects on hand to make the most of the time together. With just a little something special to enjoy while you sip your hot cocoa (or coffee!), you'll be ready to watch the flakes pile up outside. Let it snow!
Bring a bit of snowflake magic indoors with this frosty window or mirror dressing! This idea is found in Gooseberry Patch Christmas, Book 13, along with hundreds of others.
Needle & thread
To print patterns below, right-click the image below and save it to your computer. Print and then enlarge to 200% or to your desired size. Use patterns to cut snowflakes from felt. Sew buttons to the center of each snowflake. Thread the snowflakes, more buttons and the pom-poms onto the fishing line, knotting the line above and below each, to keep them in place.