Monday, December 12, 2011

Crafting Jewish Style projects

Crafting Jewish Style Design Team is getting ready for Hanukkah! through the month of December we will be sharing fun projects, recipes and tips to make your Hanukkah celebration even more special. We also have a prize! Read all about our Hanukkah giveaway here. Let us know what are you making for Hanukkah and what do you think about our projects.

Yesterday I shared a simple home decor project - paper dreidels. You can see the details here on the blog.I had to protect them from little curious hands, at least till I took the picture. I was trying to explain to Eli that these are not for playing, only for decoration but it didn't go that well. Even Ella loved them and asked to print the templates for her. I think that's what we are doing after school today - more paper dreidels.

2 more Crafting Jewish Style projects that I didn't share on my blog.  Thank you card using papers from Rosh HaShanah collection.
Supplies: paper (Crafting Jewish Style), border punch (Martha Stewart), die and diecut machine (Lifestyle Crafts), pearl (Kaiser Craft)

Very simple layout with very old pictures. I managed to squeeze 6 pictures on one page layout. That didn't leave too much room for embellishments but I like the clean and simple look.

 Supplies: cardstock (Recollections), paper (Crafting Jewish Style), letter stickers (Basic Grey), alpha dies and diecut machine (Lifestyle Crafts), twine (The Twinery), buttons

I made the title using the Lifestyle Crafts alpha dies and my Revolution. I keep the Revolution on my desk now I and use it almost on every project. Are you following the contest on Lifestyle Crafts blog. Every week they have a new giveaway. This week's prize is the Fuji Instax poloroid camera, a Holga lens, and film! Isn't it an awesome prize to win??
I am off to storm my to-do list for today that includes meal planning and grocery shopping, laundry folding  and maybe even exercising if I am lucky. Happy Monday!


  1. Those little paper dreidels are cute. Could you hang them from ribbon or invisible thread (out of Eli's way!), or is that not how they are supposed to work? I haven't seen them before and I don't know these things... they are cute though!

    Soon it will be Hanukkah. Celebrations for everyone this month... for me it is Christmas, but it is still all about being glad and thankful!

    So, Happy Hanukkah to you and your family!

  2. Love those dreidels you made, Maya!
    Your card and layout are beautiful! I hope you have a happy Holiday!

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