Wednesday, December 20, 2006


Need a Snow Day?

I was one of those kids who was addicted to wasting classroom time in December making paper snowflakes. Click on the above icon and you can do the same, with no paper clutter to clean up, and at the same time contribute to The Salvation Army's 2006 Holiday Flake-a-Thon.

The science of snowflakes here.

(For those of you who wonder where I come up with this stuff, I'd be nothing without Rudy.)


Anonymous ritadaphné said...

Yeesssss!..Paper snowflakes...I did that when I was young!!!

Hooooooo....Truffles...I love and merci pour la recette. I try it!

Merry christmas and happy new year Andréa. Ritabisous.

20/12/06 1:00 p.m.  
Blogger Caroline said...

Love the snowflake cutter!

20/12/06 1:32 p.m.  
Blogger Joyce said...

When I read "need a snow day?" I was hoping there would be some clever advice on how to drop out of life for a while. Instead I just really enjoyed your photos from the truffles post.

20/12/06 1:54 p.m.  
Blogger andrea said...

Ritadaphne/bisous: Et Joyeux Noel a toi!

Caroline: Moi aussi.

Joyce: Les inhabitants de Manitoba n'exigent pas les jous de neige, n'est-ce pas?

20/12/06 2:25 p.m.  
Blogger Ces said...

Oh no. I took a day off from work to go shopping and do some errands and now this...

21/12/06 6:57 a.m.  
Blogger Snowflake said...

You can find lots of good printable Christmas Tree Snowflake Ornaments at Paper Snowflakes for Children

21/12/06 11:29 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No snow here, but I'm happy to report RAIN!

21/12/06 1:42 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey girley,
up to me eyeballs in truffles! yummmm.
i am getting really fat with all this cheer.
the "new years" cards are going out soon ... get it? well, you will get one! the wisdom teeth set us back a tad, so am lowering my standards and relaxing!

21/12/06 6:34 p.m.  
Blogger LDahl said...

The Paper Flake was fun!

Happy Holidays to you and to yours!
(I'm not looking at the rest of your blog now...I've been warned there are goodies down there...hehehe!)

21/12/06 6:40 p.m.  
Blogger andrea said...

Ces: I know! I keep going back to make more.

Snowflake: but it's so much more fun to design your own!

Dinahmow: I guess you'll have to set up a raindrop-making website now...

Susan: Watch it -- you'll be paying for fillings next with all that sweet good cheer! Looking forward to your Happy New Year cards.

LDahl: Are you implying that my blog is fattening? :)

21/12/06 7:48 p.m.  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

Thanks to my new Geographic I discovered that a snowflake's shape depends on the temperature at which it is formed.

From 0 to -5 flakes crystallize as plates and dendrites
-5 to -10 needles and hollow columns and past that they return to dendrites and plates...
this makes me sound pretty flakey doesn't it?
Andrea thanks for being such a great sport in 06 and have a great holiday.
This year you get to sing 'the weather outside is frightful'...
I hope that it stops soon.

22/12/06 8:00 a.m.  
Blogger andrea said...

HE: Is that a head on your shoulders or a pc? Fortunately it's an attractive pc.

22/12/06 8:54 a.m.  
Anonymous cream said...

I just about got lost in that livescience shop! So many gadgets that I would love to have for myself!

22/12/06 9:59 a.m.  
Blogger Reluctant Nomad said...

I discovered the snowflake cutter on another blog. It's great!

24/12/06 5:03 a.m.  

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