Heat the kiln to about 1425 degrees F. and voila - snowflakes. (Glass fusing is the new macrame/stoneware throwing/slip cast painting. If you can bake cookies, you can fuse glass)
Now go outside and pretend that they're falling from that sunny sky. I think they're sticking to the tops of cars.
That first snowfall on the ornamental grasses always makes one wonder if they'll remain standing or topple over under the weight of the snow.
"Winter" by my pal Florence Welborn hangs in my front window.