February 03, 2011

Crafty Friday 2/4 - What to do with all that snow?

Oh boy, what a week! Did you participate in the blizzard of 2011? If you did, I hope you made it through safe and sound.


It sure was an interesting thing. Nearly all the snow we got came while we were sleeping and the next day it was sunny! The wind was awful though and I spent the day indoors baking and knitting. I just wish I could have sat there watching the snow fall instead of running for my sunglasses because the sun on the snow was really bright.

How did you spend the blizzard?

I posted this recipe a few days ago, but it still seems very appropriate. If you have even a fraction of the snow we have here than you have plenty to make Snow Cream. It's like ice cream made from snow. It's a great activity for the kids because let's face it, there is always more snow outside. :o)

I've posted the recipe in the linky below, but you can also find it here.

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