Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Hanukkah Treat Jar with Lisa Spiegel

Hanukkah Treat Jar
Curtsey Boutique Designer
Lisa Spiegel

The first night of Hanukkah was on Wednesday November 27th this year, which is the earliest it has ever or will ever be in my lifetime.  We are celebrating both Thanksgiving and Hanukkah on the same night. I thought it would be fun to come up with a Hanukkah in a Jar kit for the kids. 

 Inside the mason jar (perfect for kids because it's plastic!) is a set of Hanukkah candles tied in twine, a nice new dreidel, yummy chocolate coins (or gelt), the instructions for the dreidel game printed on photo paper and the words to the prayers for the candles as well as a traditional Hanukkah song. 

I stamped a Happy Hanukkah tag, tied it to the lid with seam binding ribbon and added the beautiful felt snowflake to the top of the jar (I love how the middle of the snowflake is the shape of the Star of David!). Each child will have a different top to their jar (as the felt set comes with several different snowflakes) so they can distinguish their jars and can keep all their gelt winnings to themselves!  This was very easy to put together for the kids, and I know they are just going to love having their own Hanukkah Jar!  If anyone would like to make their own Hanukkah jars I would be happy to email them the files for the Dreidel Game and the prayers.  Just leave a comment with your email and I'll get it right out to you.  Happy Thanksgivikuh!

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To see more of Lisa's lovely work be sure to visit her blog, Just a Slice Please, by clicking on her picture.

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