Everyone is unique - just like a snowflake. Cherryl Moote led us through a folding technique to make a snowflake with our initials and then use that snowflake on our page. Or make a heart snowflake if we didn't want to do initials. We did a prompt with initials last year, so on the left side of my page is a photocopy of that snowflake and the resulting zendala. This year, I made a heart snowflake, but instead of the points, made a hexagon, then did linework to bring back the point of the heart and fill it with paradox. My backgound is a mixture - I had some bleedthrough from last week, so used those colors with Tombow markers and did a color spash to hide the bleedthrough. I accented with white acrylic paint and stamps. The fold out is my snowflake, with the quote: "Being unique is better than being perfect!"