For the brave and for the lovers of paint, a new way to say Shana Tova.
Nestled into each summer are three weeks leading up to Tisha B’Av, a fast day commemorating the destruction of the Temple. Traditionally, during those three weeks people abstain from large celebrations – no weddings, parties or concerts. The final nine days before the fast, people are even more diligent thinking about the destruction of the Temple and limiting their celebrations. All of this culminates with Tisha B’Av – one of Judaism’s major fast days.
A homemade basket filled with treats is the perfect Shavuot centerpiece.
These baskets are a great Tu B’Shvat or Shavuot centerpiece. Vibrant and colorful, this craft can easily be adapted for younger and older kids.
A great craft for younger kids to celebrate Yom HaAtzmaut.
Recline in style at this year’s Pesach seder!
Decorate your Seder table with an Egyptian pyramid. (This makes a great trivot!)
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I have one daughter and four sons so I think I can be forgiven for indulging my pink side every once in a while. This Purim noisemaker was a creation from some old scrapbooking pieces I had and an old cardboard jewelry box. The result is a pretty spectacular and unique gragger.