Celebrate Hanukkah with this Festival of Light Luminary. Made with a KraftyBlok and a selection of mosaic chips, this beautiful glass project is a wonderful way to celebrate the miracle of light. Best of all, you can easily have this on display in your home year-round.
Purim, a Jewish celebration that occurs in March, is a great holiday for crafters! Kids love to dress up in costume for carnivals and the megillah reading. You can also try some great Purim recipes for the traditional holiday cookie, Hamantashen.
Get started on holiday decorations for your home with this fun, no-sew quilt block you can frame or attach to a quilted background.
Here's a fun no-sew quilt block you can attach to a quilted background. Use your child's drawing, printed onto muslin, or create your own design on a piece of muslin.
Wish friends and family a good new year with this simple card.
Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim with a crystal-embellished handmade card featuring a dancing group. Stamps help make these cards quick and easy to make, and you can re-use the stamps every year for Purim.
Add shimmer to a purchased card to make it look one-of-a-kind, like it's from a high-end gallery.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with these easy-to-make napkin rings. This project is simple enough for kids to work on and the materials needed are so inexpensive. Make a bunch and use them for your next Hanukkah party.
Create a Hanukkah garland with little more than craft sticks and blue paint.
Recycled Hanukkah paper lends beauty to a classic "Star of David" card.