The weather hasn't quite gotten cold enough yet for snow here in Seattle, but after last winter we are planning on the cold weather ahead. We didn't realize how little we were prepared until last December, when record snowstorms stopped up the airport and made driving next to impossible. We woke up early to head for the airport to fly to Colorado for some "snow time" at the end of December, and found an early morning challenge of digging our way through the front yard to get to the car! Incidentally, while we were in Colorado, the weather warmed up and we saw no snow, and in fact, we had one day in the low 60's!
Well, one of the first things we did was get a new shovel - which reminds me of this guy, Daniel Digger (230C). A squirt of glitter glue, a piece of patterned paper from our new snow+cedar 6x6 paper pack and some rosy cheeks - voila, a wintry greeting.
The new snow+cedar patterned paper pack is full of a tiny, distressed polkadot pattern (love those dots) - in 10 different color schemes. The color scheme - pinks, browns, aquas, reds and creams - goes a little towards holiday, but I guess could be used year round. We're planning on using it on EVERYTHING! The 6x6 paper pack has 3 sheets each of 10 different color schemes - for a total of 30 beautiful, polka dotted sheets!