Let it Snow, Let It Snow... No Not Really!

No snow please. Hate snow. Slippery, cold, wet... Blah.
I started the day in the kitchen. I always loved the mini corn flake wreaths for Christmas, but the 1 time I attempted them it turned into a hot sticky mess. Then I saw THIS on pinterest.
In hindsight, I will use less marshmallows... But Delish none the less.

Corn Flake Christmas Wreath

1 Bundt Pan
6 Cups Corn Flakes
1 Stick of Butter
1.5-2 Ten Ounce Bags Mini Marshmallows
Green Food Coloring
Fruit Roll Ups, Red Hots, or Cranberries for Decor
Melt Butter in Microwave & pour over marshmallows in a large bowl.
Melt Marshmallows in 30 second increments, add green food coloring.
Fold in Corn Flakes. Spray bundt pan generously with cooking spray.
Fill Bundt Pan w/ Mixture and place in freezer until set (about 10 min).
Remove from freeze and flip upside down onto plate, let sit until it falls out.

The next part of my day was in my 2nd favorite room of the house. The craft room. A lot of first went into this layout. First time using my new silhouette. First time using double sided adhesive paper in cutting machine. First time sewing on a layout. Phew...
The snowflakes were cut out with the silhouette on double sided adhesive paper and glittered with Silhouette glitter. My new favorite. The tree's, also cut out on Silhouette and glittered. Sentiment from from Cricut, Teresa Collins December 25th Cartridge.

Now its off for Melting Pot & Christmas Shopping!

Challenges Entered: 
Fantabulous Cricut, Snow


December 25th


December 25th
Glitter:  Silhouette Studio
Stamps:  Hero Arts "Snowman Christmas"
Die Cuts: Cricut "Teresa Collins December 25th"

I glue stamped the background images and applied white Silhouette glitter. Die Cut "Tree" and "Christmas" from Teresa Collins December 25th Crcut Cartridge. Adhere misc. Red Twine :)