My instructions for this article was to put together avariety of place settings using the plethora of fun, funky, colorful, eye popping , (etc!) paper goods available. I hope you have as much fun as I did choosing your Purim decor .
So now that you have your Mishloach Manos and Costumes all taken care of (gulp) we can turn our attention towards the seudah.
Purim gives us a unique opportunity to unleash our creativity with a bit of a funky twist. Most of our holiday meals are formal kind of affairs. Purim is just begging for us to have fun and introduce that element of surprise into our table setup.
If you're looking for a special something to gift to an important person in your life, here are some personal favorites. I have given/received and tasted all of the above items, and have been impressed with the presentation and quality of the foods.
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".
Welcome to my First Installment of Purim Products Roundup.
Over the years we've had a lot of fun together creating all kinds of Mishloach Manos. We've had the elaborate years, when Purim was a focus and we spent time and money and effort making sure everything was just perfect.
Then we had those other kind of years, when so much was going on that all of a sudden it was Purim and we had to come up with something presentable - and fast!
Over the next few weeks leading up to Purim, I'm going to give you some quick links to Purim ideas. Some concepts I've shared with you in the past, and some are new ones that might be just what you are looking for - to add some pizzazz to your Mishloach Manos or Purim Tablescape.