Cold Snap

Good morning, y’all, on this very frosty Friday.  It was cold and drizzly yesterday, so we have lots of frost this morning, though, thankfully, no fog.

Is it just me, or has this winter been extra cold?  Maybe it just seems that way.  It’s certainly been long.  We didn’t even get out of the forties for Thanksgiving.  Normally, we’d have been in the mid-60s.  Of course, Christmas was warm.  About what it should have been for Thanksgiving, actually.  Go figure.  And, of course, there was the horrible “polar vortex”.  We were 23, one day, when we’re supposed to be about 53!

Yes, definitely cold.  But, sadly as yet, no accumulating snow, just a couple shots of flurries.  For those of you lucky enough to have snow to play in, here’s a new winter kit I’m calling Cold Snap.  It’s got snow, icicles, snowmen, and even a snow fort.  Some of the blues and the green in this kit are the same as those in Yuletide, so you should be able to coordinate the two, somewhat.

Cold Snap contains:

  • 20 papers
  • 23 frames
  • 16 glitter snowflakes
  • 9 flowers
  • 20 pieces of washi tape
  • 7 glitter tiles
  • 7 sequins
  • 7 buttons
  • 5 labels
  • 4 snowmen
  • 3 snowballs + one stack of snowballs
  • 2 fallen snow
  • 2 snow layers
  • 1 penguin
  • 1 icicles
  • 1 snow fort
  • 1 alpha (upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols)
  • 1 set of date stickers

IR_ColdSnap_PRE

I used lots of snowy, wintry fonts with this one, all of which can be downloaded from dafont.com:

  • DH Snowflakes by David Holm
  • Faux Snow BRK by Ænigma
  • Snowflake Letters by Darrian Lynx
  • Snowflakes TFB by zanatlija
  • IglooLaser

Other fonts used in the making of this kit are:

You can get all of them, except for Parisienne, which you can get from font space, from dafont.com.

Here’s a better look at the papers:

IR_ColdSnap_PRE-Papers

Download link:  In Full or in Pieces

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