“Have a leg up” with these absolutely adorable, fun and sweet clowns.
They're cute as a mishloach manos idea or a sign to display .
In addition to the Simchas Purim Clowns in the photo,you'll notice some GET WELL QUICK clowns as well. After Purim your children can repackage their loads and loads of candy and send it to the less fortunate.
Here is a cookie cutter idea for those looking for a "non- cookie cutter" idea. For this adorable look, frame your choice of goodies using a standard cookie cutter shape or choose one of the many shapes available to fit your theme. Either way you'll look like "one smart cookie".
Camps are winding down, and the flurry of shopping for school supplies , school shoes , uniforms etc. has begun. Nevertheless, there still seems to be some time left for fun family activities. Here is a new twist to good old Perler Beads! You can now design and create your own edible craft. All you will need is a package of Rainbow Twizzlers Twists, an iron, and some parchment paper, and you’re on your way to some “sweet” fun. From simple to sophisticated, all ages will enjoy creating, making, and then eating this cool colorful craft.
Lately, I have been getting a lot of requests for ideas of things to send to a Shalom Zachar and Kiddush. Biscotti seems to be a great thing to send to a Simcha; they are delicious, easy to make and easy to package. Here's a simple way to "dress up your biscotti" and make it not only delicious and practical, but glamorous too! Candy Pearlsare available in many colors. Have fun color coordinating your biscotti to match your special occasion
I found these sleek looking shot glasses in a number of discount stores. Lined up neatly, they can create a simple, yet striking (and certainly sweet) centerpieces for your Hanukkah party.When purchasing the shot glasses, stick with something simple. The simpler the glass, the more dramatic the projects will look.
I couldn't resist posting these adorable etrog box party favors that I made for my friend's sons Bar Mitzva which will take place this Shabbat. I have always enjoyed handing out green sour sticks and lemon candies (which resemble the lulav and etrog) to my little "Succah hoppers".