Shortly before my sons Bar Mitzvah, my sister-in-law asked me to send her a picture of his Tefillin bag to make a party favor with. The “mini Tefillin bags” she created, were really adorable and quite a hit . Try this simple idea, and use it to enhance your simcha, to grace your sweet table or as memorable party favors.
Have you ever heard of fruit fries? These are sticks of fresh fruit that are cut like French fries. They make the healthiest and cutest snack ever. Preparing the “fries” is not only an exciting activity, the creative shape will definitely get kids interested in eating more fruit. All you need is a sharp knife and some fruit. You can serve these “fries” with any fruit dip.
Have fun making this attractive, delicious and healthy dessert.
As my boys and their friends grow older, I’ve noticed a not so subtle shift of how they like spending their Chol Hamoed days. Of course, they still enjoy a fun outing, but they also cherish the time spending time in their sukkah learning, singing and shmoozing. This fun chip board, which I wouldn’t be a standard Tuesday afternoon snack adds to the inviting atmosphere.
Although by nature I enjoy and prefer symmetry, there is something so unique and eye-catching to an a symmetrical flower arrangement. To add extra interest, I limited the arrangement to two colors only, keeping each color to its own side.
Unleash lots of creativity at your Chanukah party by having each person design a chocolate bar wrapper for someone else! Watch the smiles spread across your family's faces as they decorate and present their masterpieces. An easy, fun and oh-so-delightful activity.