Move over, Frosty. You’ve got some stiff competition this winter! Sue Pelletier’s snowmen article from our November/December issue of Cloth Paper Scissors inspired a number of people to feel flaky this winter and make some snowy concoctions.
Linda Freeman surprised her monthly art group when she made these to give away as party favors:
If Ann Bonestell from Los Osos, CA, was asked if she was naughty or nice this holiday season, she must be the latter. She turned her snowmen into snow angels.
The parents of Martha Brown’s kindergarten class will have a pleasant surprise when school lets out for the holidays.
As will the parents of Jacqui Chaltain’s kindergarten class in Houston!
Jeannette’s snow girl is complete with an important message during these tough economic times…
Ute from Nebraska had a friend over and made this crowd of colorfully garbed snowmen. (Don’t they look like they’re crammed on a train platform trying to board
Sue Clark had an art party and made a gaggle of snowmen with her gal pals.
And Brenda Boyd from Texas even gave us our president-elect!
Great job, everybody! Let’s hear a round of applause for our guest artists today! More from our readers can be found on this page.