Crazy Nights: #3 and #4
the weather outside was frightful
but the Latkes were so delightful.
dreidel, dreidel, dreidel…
i made you out of clay.
and when you’re dry and ready…
then dreidel I shall play.

We had a big Hanukkah bash last night with lots of crafting, dreidel spinning and fun. & 3 birthdays to celebrate, too. It was a memorable night.
The above picture medley includes gelt bags inspired here. Thanks Martha.
& Dough ornaments using this recipe:
4 cups flour
1 cup salt
1 1/2 cups water.
Shape your ornaments, bake at 350degrees for about an hour, allow to cool then paint! (don’t forget to put a hole for hanging)

Simple fig newton/pretzel stick recipes & our local weather. Off to prepare for night #5…

3 Comments

  • Joy Posted December 6, 2010 2:39 am

    Love the fig newton dreidel! So cute! Thanks for linking that recipe. I might make some tomorrow night to talk about Hanukkah with our kids. I never knew anyone who celebrated Jewish holidays when I was growing up and therefore know very little about most of them. Elizabeth's bff is half-Jewish and celebrates Hanukkah so she's been asking if we could too. 😉

  • Kallie Posted December 6, 2010 3:52 am

    It was a blast. The kids loved it!

  • school house oils Posted December 6, 2010 6:13 pm

    Joy, I would have invited you to our party, but I knew you had a plan…

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