Saturday, December 6, 2014

Prism Snow Globes

Today, I feel like George Bailey at the end of movie, "It's a Wonderful Life" for so many reasons. 

First, there was the "I-wonder if" moment that actually worked  ---- and worked b-e-a-u-t-f-u-l-l-y ---resulting in the creation of these Prism Snow Globes; then, there was Paul, of Sweet Paul Magazine. 
I'd love for you to have a little more wonderful today, too. Come with us and learn how to make these Prism Snow Globes below.

I'll show you how everyone can hold a little snow in the palm of their hands and  create a snow globe that does not leak! These can be used in place of regular snow globes or strung up on a tree as ornaments. 

Jump with me, below, to learn how to make these Prism Snow Globes and what Sweet Paul has to do with this joy, too. 

I've been enamoured with Paul of Sweet Paul Magazine's work from the first time I saw it.  Founder, Paul, is a successful Norwegian food and craft stylist working and living in NYC with a beautiful blog, fantastic beautiful cookbook + exquisite magazine about these things + more.  I'm completely charmed and a true fan.

Today, I am, humbly head over heals, over at Sweet Paul with the rest of this project: Click | HERE | for full post, how-to + template for these Prism Snow Globes over at Sweet Paul Magazine. I can't wait to see what you do with these, too. 

Everything about this makes me truly want to waltz into the house and twirl the kids around! Snow Globes for everyone and thank you, Sweet Paul.

Willowday Wishes!

Something you might like:

- 25 Creative Days in Sweden project + the Creative Collective: I do feel that Christmas started early this year with creation of a dream to collaborate locally and to share Swedish creativity. If you've missed this 25 Creative Days in Sweden project, click here, to follow the full calendar and get all of the information you need!

- If you're looking for more seasonal projects to make with the kids, I participated in a super fun Book Inspired Ornament Project over at Melissa of Mama Miss this week with a project called: Kid Made: Clothespin Nutcracker Ornaments: click here. This is such a pretty and simple project.  There are 70+ ideas in this series and, Melissa, I thank you for the chance to share! 

- Last, if you're looking for Gift Wrap Ideas, did you see the 9 Gift Wraps where we shared our our Swedish Horse Gift wrap with my favorite Pocket Fold? This is a collaborative project with ideas from 8 other creative in a group that I collaborate with. We have a Pinterest board, called: Rockin Art for Kids. Click here to get to that board. 

Before I close for the day, 2 posts that I created just for you to maximise time creating and miniminal researching. Have fun today! Willowday Wishes.

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