Sunday Sweets: Hanukkah Blues — Cake Wrecks
Given that Hanukkah is traditionally celebrated with foods fried in oil, it's no wonder that Hanukkah cakes aren't terribly common. However, in honor of the occasion I've hunted down the best I could find, and then threw in some gorgeous wintry wonders, too. Let's start with one of the best: a
FREE Hanukkah Party Printables from Printabelle - This collection includes: a welcome sign, a "Happy Hanukkah' banner and mini banner, cupcake toppers, invitations, gift bag circles, gift bag tags, mini candy bar wrappers, silverware wrappers, water bottle wrappers, subway art, treat toppers, menu cards, and a coloring sheet for kids.
Hanukkah Tablescape - Quinn Cooper Style - Elevate your Style
With Hanukkah early this year and the first full day landing on Thanksgiving, I thought it would be fitting to do a little tablescape for this special occasion. This tablescape is perfect for jewish thanksgiving dinner or a dinner on any of the other nights of Hanukkah. I kept the table super simple with gold ...
Dreidel Surprise Cookies
Surprise your family and friends this Hanukkah with these fun Dreidel cookies that you can fill with a small gift of candies, or perhaps raisins or nuts.
LEGO Dreidels, DIY
The intersection of Lego and Jewish holidays is always fun. Especially if the constructions actually do stuff. Like spin. Here are a few Lego dreidels we created with oddments at home. They all spin, some better than others. Ideally, they'd all have the proper letter on each side: nun, gimmel, hey and shin, but I…