Monday, December 27, 2010
Snow ignites creativity

Karla Ann Lowery and her husband decided to create a seaside atmosphere. They live on the oceanfront and created two snow “beach bums”; complete with cocktails.

 

Christopher Lee of Siler City, North Carolina got the idea to build a construction-worker snowman when he saw a snow plow go by.

 

 

Snow seems to bring out the creativity in iReporters. Last winter, we were rewarded with a Lady Gaga snow sculpture, a fire-breathing snowman, and lots of other whacky creations.

 

This season, innovation seems to be the central theme. Since Sunday, we've seen some great examples of iReporters using everyday items -- though not your average snowman apparel -- to concoct their snow creatures.

 

Brett Martin, out of Virginia Beach, Virginia thought it would be nice to pay tribute to his friends in the Navy. His snowman, sporting a SEAL team 2 hat, is equipped with a fishing pole and has fishing lures for his eyes, nose and mouth.

 

Also in Virginia Beach, Karla Ann Lowery and her husband decided to create a seaside atmosphere. They live on the oceanfront and created two snow “beach bums”; complete with cocktails.

 

Other creative characters included a snowman decked out in an orange construction vest, a skateboarding snowman and an expensive looking snowman named “Diddy”; with shiny silver buttons.

 

We also saw plenty of traditional snowmen. In Alabama, it snowed enough for Alysha Poe to help her daughter build her first snowman. “This was the first time my daughter ever played in the snow,” she said. “She had a wonderful time building the snowman with me.”

 

Check out videos and photos of the winter snow gripping the country and upload your own photos and videos to show us how you are dealing with this winter weather.

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