Chanukah Shopping at IKEA

Hanukkah Shopping at IKEA

IKEA probably wasn’t the first place you think of when you want to shop for Hanukkah and that is for a good reason…IKEA doesn’t really have anything for Hanukkah. Generally, … Continue Reading →

Hanukkah: Silver and Blue Pinterest Board

7 Pinterest Boards for Chanukah Inspiration

Pinterest is becoming as essential to the holidays as buying candles. What did we do before Pinterest? I can’t even remember! Here are some great Pinterest boards to peruse for … Continue Reading →

Stripey Chanukah Cookie

Stripey Chanukah Cookie: Great for Gifting and Getting

I’m still in my black and white cookie phase. Like the Black & White Star of David Cookie I did for Yom Kippur, this cookie requires no advanced cookie decorating skills. … Continue Reading →


Upcycle a Tacky Chanukah Banner Into a Golden Beauty

Last year after Chanukah was over I found this super ugly Hanukkah Banner on sale at CVS. It was discounted from $3.99 or something to 50 cents. Of course I had … Continue Reading →

Thankful Shabbat Style

Add A “Thankful” Feel To Your Shabbat Table

If you don’t host the Thanksgiving for your family but you pine for the festive table, consider adding a few autumnal accents to your shabbat table. Orange, browns and red … Continue Reading →

Floating Candle Menorah

Get Creative This Chanukah With A Floating Candle Menorah

Even though I’m a big fan of buying beautiful Judaica, sometimes you get a little bored with what you’ve got. This year I’m going to be sharing with you with some … Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Candle Holders

5 Ways To Mash-up Shabbat and Halloween

Halloween coincides with Shabbat this year and although it is not as rare as Thanksgivukkah, it is still somewhat of a novelty here in the US. Here are some ways to … Continue Reading →

Hanukkah Pillows

Hanukkah Pillows: Why Don’t We Do This?

One of the things I’m always amazed at this time of year is the plethora of decor items available for Christmas. If you look at a Pottery Barn catalog or … Continue Reading →

Paper Bag Chanukah Lantern

Craft This: Paper Bag Chanukah Lanterns {Free Printable}

If last year was the year of tin can crafting, this year is going to be the year of the paper bag (mason jars are so 2012). I’m starting to … Continue Reading →

Hosting a Shabbat Dinner

The Dos and Dont’s of Hosting a Shabbat Dinner

Every time I have people over for dinner or Shabbat I reflect on it afterwards and usually kick myself for forgetting something really simple. I decided to create this list … Continue Reading →