MIX IT UP MONDAY ~ Look! It is snowing in Southwest Georgia.

Okay, so maybe it is not REAL snow, but we can always pretend. Snow 1 

I am going to take this to work with me and put it on my desk, which also means that I will be take some snow flurries to Florida. 

I got a little glass vase and a little bag of blue stones to hold my skinny craft sticks.  To make my snow flakes, I use the crop-a-dile to punch a hole in the end of the stick and used the Circle Ice Rhinestone Brad to attached the snow flakes (Little Felt Flurries, Item 113697) which are current available in the Holiday Mini Catalog.

Here is a close up of the flurries.

Snow 2 

So don't let anyone ever tell you that it does not snow in Georgia or Florida.



  1. Lauren says:

    I saw these on your table when we came over to have the stamp camp a few weeks ago…What a cute idea!

  2. Tammy says:

    Hi Jill!!! I love this project–so cute!! We don’t get much snow here either!!
    Thanks for the comment on my cards today!! I’ve missed you!! 🙂

  3. Jill St. Angelo says:

    Thank you Judi and Carol. It is about the only way to get snow here. LOL I don’t have to worry about getting the shovel out either.

  4. too cute. i’m glad you got your snow!!!
    😉 carol.

  5. Judi says:

    Jill, these are sooooo cute! What a great idea and a nice little Christmas touch for the office. TFS!

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