I am so excited to share their work and thoughts with you and I want to thank them for graciously joining us this month.
Today's guest poster is Vivian Masket!
It's also a time to throw dietary caution to the wind and connect with our ancestors by cooking and eating traditional foods associated with the holiday.
We always have brisket and latkes (potato pancakes), but have fun experimenting with those culinary traditions. For example, at my daughter's request, we have planned a parsnip latke night this year.
Now that my kids are both in elementary school, they are in charge of the lighting the candles in the menorahs each night. We turn out the lights and take a few minutes in the glow of the candles before exchanging gifts. Even though Hanukkah lasts for eight days and eight nights, it's over all too soon!
I used this collection to create both an eight-tag set and a layout. The eight tags combine patterned paper and embellishments and are unified by the repetition of die-cut number words and banner elements.
This tag set is perfect for gift-giving, for use as a Hanukkah calendar, or as I intend to use it, for a mini album.