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
I’ve always loved that custom menu look you see at weddings and all over Pinterest. And now you can get that look at home for your High Holidays table with
I had a rare moment to kill the other day so I decided to go to my local Jo-ann Fabrics and look around for ideas. I was feeling crafty and needed
In addition to my dining room (which I will be revealing shortly), I have also recently redecorated my dinette. Located at one end of my kitchen and bounded by three walls,
This craft project has everything…few supplies, pretty colors, destruction (which is fun for boys), requires no skill, produces something really pretty, and the best part – requires little parent supervision.
I know I don’t write about it on this blog much, but I love needle crafts and I use to be quite the avid quilter and embroiderer. Despite having not
Mask making is one of those time-honored traditions for keeping little hands busy at Purim. Whether it is at a Purim carnival, home seudah, or religious school session, mask-making is big.
I’ve been on the search for some interesting Hebrew fonts lately for some new products I’m working on. The best sources I’ve found are the Open Siddur Project, Free Hebrew