This Jewish Decor Is Not For The Faint of Heart

Synagogues and other public Jewish spaces often have clever, built-in Jewish motifs worked into things like iron gates, windows, panelling, etc. but rarely do you see that kind of thought put into a residential home. Most Jewish homes might have a nice collection of ritual Judaica, but not anything imbued into the environment itself. The decor elements

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My Crossword Themed Purim Baskets are Ready!

I was spoiled for choice from my own Purim product line on what I wanted to do for my mishloach manot this year but ever since I designed this box, I knew this would be my mishloach manot for 5777. It is the crossword themed purim box and since I already wrote about the design

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March Desktop & Phone Wallpapers

Well, it’s March and Adar started just the other day so you know what that means…Purim is on the horizon and to celebrate I’ve got a Purim related pattern for you today. It’s a pattern I created for one of my Purim boxes this year – it’s a pretty Tiffany blue to uplift you with a

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Chocolate Covered Cherry Hamentashen

My absolute favorite confection is chocolate covered cherries and the people that love me the most (that would be my husband and my mom) know this, so whenever they buy me some candy, there will usually be some chocolate covered cherries in there. Now that my kid is old enough to be a sentient being, he has

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Which of These Jewish Calendars Is Your Favorite?

While everyone’s attention is turned towards Purim (and Passover soon to follow) I’m actually already planning for the autumn and the new year! I’m in my very early stages of designing calendars for 5778. This year, I’m going to be producing a perpetual weekly calendar/planner as well as a monthly wall calendar. The size and

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These Purim Boxes Make Packing Up Mishloach Manot a Breeze

I can’t believe it is only 3 weeks before Purim! In contrast to previous years mishloach manot (Coffee Break Mishloach Manot, Jardinere Mishloach Manot, etc.)  you’ll notice that this year I’m all about hiding the mishloach manot contents. There is a practical reason for this: it’s a lot of fuss making everything sit up pretty

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