|Notice "Jack Frost"'s evil smile - I'm informed that he loves to freeze people. He also assures me that this is the appropriate costume.|
He wanted frosted trees, so we got out the epsom salt and some pinecones and "iced" some tiny trees. At this point, I was fending off an enthusiastic furry assistant who thought they should lick the camera, so all my pictures for this part of our day have a canine's face in front of the object.
Here's the guilty party. He's our newest addition, and just turned 5 months old.
I sewed a little felt building the right size for a large flameless candle inside, because I am reliably assured that King Winter needs a palace.
D made Jack Frost, and most of King Winter. I knitted, at his request, a wool robe for King Winter "because otherwise he'd be cold all the time, Mom".
A playsilk for snow, and D painted a salt-sparkled background, and here's the end result:
D was also having a great time turning the flameless candles on and off in a dark living room. We started chanting the poem "Jack be nimble, Jack be quick" one evening while he was leaping around with one, which led to this:
Note to our far-away family: In case you held any lingering doubts about his state of health.....!
Got a winter small world or nature table you'd like me to pin and share? Link it in the comments!