I really liked the variations of the original 6 or so I made. It goes much faster when I am not coming up with an entirely new pattern with every snowflake. Though I would like them to be different, they are all similar, to save time, since I was trying to get as many as possible done.
Things you MUST have to do this quickly: paper shredder, tiny squeeze bottle of glue, very pointy tweezers, and a good movie or music playing in the background!
I wasn't quite sure how I was going to package them safely for the bakery, but I found some old cello sleeves from my card making days, and that seemed to work fine. Added some pretty blue cardstock for support, slapped a label on the back and in the end I had seven of my 'larger' ones (4.5-5'') and 2 of the little ones (about 3'').
So now I am at the beginning of my 2 week stretch, where I will have no time for anything but work. That's okay, though, who doesn't need the money this time of year, right!? (Or any time of year, for that matter!) But I am feeling good about my new hobby and think that I can get some stuff in my shop (after the holidays, unfortunately) and be proud of it. For now, I am happy to have it in a public place for people to actually see up close and personal and maybe get some feedback.