Sugar on Snow Collect fresh, clean snow (snow clinging to pine trees adds some flavor) and pack it into a pail or bowl. Leave it outside while you boil one or more cups of pure maple syrup for six or seven minutes, stirring often. (To make it thicker, add a quarter-cup, or half a stick, of butter per cup of syrup.) Pour the syrup over the snow and eat up–the perfect winter treat.
Stampin' Up!, DIY Crafts, handmade Christmas cards, carolpaynestamps, Snow Place, punch art snowman. Swap by Leslie Carmon. Saturday Swap Day on my blog: olpaynestamps.com/2015/11/stampin-up-saturday-swap-day-snow-snow-snow.html
Crafting Tip from Old Road Primitives: My little secret for making "Snow-Tex", aka..."textured snow"! Snow-Tex is great for giving your Christmas items that wonderful "snowy" effect! I ~love~ this stuff but it always dries faster then I can use it, so I make my own by mixing equal amounts of white craft paint with fine sand! You can thin it down a little by adding more white craft paint! Walla, it's that simple! No more dried up jars of "Snow-Tex"!