I love to feature businesses and craft projects that have a little Jew-y twist to them and when a friend recently gave me her kid’s discarded fuse bead collection, my
It is hard to decide whether my favorite aspect of Shavuot is the paper crafts or the cheesecake. Okay, it is the cheesecake, but paper crafts come a close second.
It is my not-so-humble-opinion that Israel’s Independence Day really should be a much bigger holiday for the diaspora than it is. Even though it might be an imperfect union (as
Eye spy in my little eye something that is a super great bargain. First, this table scatter is perfect for crafting cards and other projects even if you don’t want
You know if it’s after Hanukkah I’m looking to melt some Hanukkah gelt! Like I’ve written before, there is something about melting gelt that makes it taste so much better.
When I was invited to join this Hanukkah blogging party with the best Israeli creative bloggers, I was like, “Little old me?!” The only problem is that I became snowed in
Building a Judaica project in LEGO with your kids is like getting twofers. Not only do you spend time with them, but you get to impart your commentary on Jewish
My dad was an avid hobbiest and when I was a kid we often took trips to various crafts and hardware stores for something or other that he needed. On these
Nobody gets bitten by mosquitoes quite like me. I am such a magnet for mosquitoes that my husband jokes with me (sort of a joke but not really) that he never