How we harvest our Snowflakes
Our snowflakes are breathtaking to look at and are 100% REAL Genuine North Pole Snowflakes. All of our snow flakes are harvested in mid-air by little elves in the North Pole. The snow flakes are then taken to our quality control and distribution center in Texas. Here everything from the snowflake’s color to it’s shape is inspected for quality. Rare yellow snowflakes are discarded immediately because we only sell snowflakes made from the purist H2O. Snowflakes that pass inspection are then packaged and shipped. Buy a snowflake today and have it delivered right to your door in time for Christmas.
What you're buying...
- Snowfake with Heat Monitoring Thermometer
- A Certificate of Authenticity
- Snowflake Preserving Instructions
- Gift box with Gift Tag
- FREE SHIPPING! Offer Expires: 01/01/15
Above, view the Most Common Snowflake Types. Although no two snowflakes are alike, the most common shapes are shown above. If you are looking for a particular shape contact us directly and we’ll keep a look out for one that meets your specifications.
Snowflakes are great for…
- Gifts for Him
- Gifts for Her
- Wedding Gifts
- Birthday Gifts
- Anniversary Gifts
- Christmas Gifts
- Stocking Stuffers
- Valentines Day Gifts
and just about any other special occasion you can think of.
Preserving your Snowflake
Don’t eat your new snowflake as we cannot guarantee it’s purity and even though we try to discard all yellow snowflakes on occasion some have been shipped. To increase the life of your new snowflake we highly recommend that you keep your snowflake in a cool environment. Ideal snowflake temperature conditions are sub zero temperatures. So unless you live in an igloo, we don’t recommend ever taking your snowflake out of the ice box. Another way to preserve your new snowflake would be to lower your home thermostat to the ideal snowflake temperature of “below zero” upon receiving your snowflake. Now grab your coat, gloves, beanie, boots, scarf, earmuffs, etc… and admire your snowflake’s uniqueness.
The world’s largest snowflake was found at Fort Keogh, Montana on January 28th, 1887. The snowflake measured 38 centimeters wide and 20 centimeters thick.