Tag Archives: snowflakes

Frohe Weihnachten!

Happy Holidays   I wish you and yours a lovely year-end and safe travels to see your loved ones, whether around the block or a flight away. Here are the cards (both mine and for clients) that are making their way to various post boxes around the world. May your last week of the year […]

Merry Christmas!

…or Solstice, or reflective year-end time… I grew up celebrating Christmas as a cultural tradition. In Germany Weihnachten was less a religious event as it was a celebration of traditions, rituals, and the gathering of family (to me at least). I like the slowing down and cozying up as a family unit to light candles, […]

fourth advent

I’ve lit the fourth Advent candle (our family tradition), and am reflecting on all the lasts I will have tomorrow. My last commute, last time in the office, the final goodbyes to colleagues. I’m pleased to report that the Flurries I created for my colleagues have been well-received. It’s amazing how handwritten notes stand out […]

from thought storm to snow storm

The wind is howling around my home and rattling the windows. Snow has been falling steadily, and is expected to pile up to 6 inches tonight. It’s been a good hibernation day (love that song by Jars of Clay). With ice on the windows, what else can you do but head for the craft room? […]

first flurries

December 1 came with our first snow flurries.  Winter has officially arrived. The skating rinks are open and the Christmas lights are spreading in the neighborhoods. It makes me want to bake cookies and eat sweets all day long.  Instead I’m creating my own flurries with punches and UTEE. While the insides of […]