Saturday, December 3, 2011

Crafting Jewish Style's Handmade Hanukkah and Great Giveaway


Hannukah is just around the corner and here at Crafting Jewish Style our designers have been busy with all sorts of beautiful fun papercrafts, projects and party and design ideas to present you with a...


Handmade Hanukkah!


All throughout the month we will be sharing gorgeous handmade Hannukah crafts, gift ideas, party decor, and fun projects for the whole family. Join us as we celebrate a Handmade Hannukah. Leave a comment and/or become a follower to be entered (twice) in our Great Giveaway! One special winner will receive a spectacular Hanukkah gift of most of the products featured in our handmade Hannukah posts from Crafting Jewish Style.


 CraftingJewish Style special offer. Enter Hanukkah15 to receive 15% off your order and receive a free gift with every order!

So what are crafting for Hannukah? What are those "special someones" receiving from you? What would you craft if you win these great goodies?

8 comments:

  1. I teach at a Jewish pre-school and I made my students a gelt box filled with well gelt. :)

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  2. maybe I'd craft that tile thing you just posted LOL :)

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  3. Our Hanukkah has become the same every year. This is great!...now I have some fresh ideas! I am so glad I came across your blog. We can use some table decorations and a new Menorah, I would start crafting there.

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  4. It is so difficult to find beautiful and nice quality Hanukkah and Judaica items - I am so thrilled that there are more and more choices now! Thank you so much!

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  5. My son is three now, and loves craft projects, so we'd make lots of fun stuff! I was thinking a cute feltboard Menorah with little sticky candles for each night! (also, just started following this blog!)

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  6. Wow! Thrilled to find this - my son in law has just been in the US (from Israel) for 1 year and I try to find things to make for him and his family. This should help!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your original Jewish crafting projects. It really helps our preschool and after school teaching staff find inspiration for great Hanukkah activities. Of course, it also provides encouragement for me to create Hanukkah gifts for my grandchildren.

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