Isn’t it amazing how something as tiny and delicate as a snowflake can get together with enough of its friends to make something really big? I hope everyone who was affected by these gangs of snowflake bullies is digging out and life is getting back to normal.
Here in Ohio, we got barely a dusting, and we were lucky enough to get some really cool pictures. I was amazed at how much detail we could capture with my iPhone.
Then we got smart and went in to get the Olympus Tough. It is a point-and-shoot, but it has a super macro mode. I think snowflakes are simply amazing.
Our journal challenge theme this week is “as unique as a snowflake.” Cherryl Moote is so smart. How did she know? I had SO much fun with this one. Unlike last week, I didn’t over-think it and had a blast putting it together.
Here is a slide-show of the steps.
Finally, what you’ve all been waiting for: my Diva Challenge. Her challenge this week is to magnify a tangle and use it as a string. I immediately wondered what paradox would look like if I tried to tangle paradox inside paradox. It almost made my head explode thinking about it, so I went with Mooka instead. And, of course, it needed “snow.” So, I used aah for the snow, msst for the icicles, and did it on a black tile so that I could draw the snow and ice in white.
Stay warm, everyone. See you next week.