December 20, 2011

Chanukah Crafts and Free Graphics
A Little Birdie Told Me...No. 51

Did you know that there are at least 15 ways to spell Chanukah?
Hanukkah, Chanukah, Hanukah, Hannukah, Chanuka, Chanukkah, Hanuka, Channukah, Chanukka, Hanukka, Hanukka, Hannuka, Hannukkah, Channuka, Xanuka, Hannukka, Channukkah, Channukka


Welcome to 
"A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday No. 51!
If you're here to share a craft, recipe or project post,
you'll find the linky and the specifics on how to 
join the party after the features below.


Growing up in an interfaith home, my brothers and I experienced the joys, traditions, and celebrations of our ancestors on both sides of the family tree.  I've continued to share my mother's Chanukah traditions and my father's Christmas ones with my girls. Next to their gifts from Santa, I think the girls look forward to playing dreidel and eating my mom's latkes most of all!  

In the spirit of the season, I'm sharing a few vintage Chanukah  graphics.



And now, this week's features:

Hannukah "Let There Be Light" Calendar
from Yesterday on Tuesday

from Altered Artworks

from Artfully Caroline

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  1. Okay, so my rhubarb liqueur is not something you can just whip up as a last minute Christmas present - it took about four months. But it IS fantastic and I will make a much bigger batch next year! Cheers.

  2. Jenn, thanks for hosting. Have a happy holiday!

  3. Thanks for Hosting, and Happy Hanukkah!


  4. Happy Chanukah! My son and I celebrated the Jewish traditions when we went to the Birmingham Temple near Detroit, MI. (It celebrates secular humanism Judaism). I miss those traditions and, of course, latkas, tzimmes, and matzo ball soup!

    Tracy Screaming Sardine

  5. Yay for Hanukkah stuff! I'm always happy to see any good crafts & recipes since there aren't too many out there for those of us who celebrate. Happy 1st night!

  6. Hi, Jenn

    Thank you for hosting.


  7. Thanks for hosting Jenn!

    Not many people acknowledge so many different cultures and religions. I'll never forget that you made a Chinese New Year printable last year! I can't tell you how much I appreciate it and how happy I am to know you!

  8. Happy Hanukkah Jenn! I hope you have a magical festival of lights and Chrsitmas too. Thank you for the awesome Hanukkah graphics... it is so hard to find wonderful images like these. And thanks for including my project. ( -: I might have linked up twice... wasn't showing up... my apologies! xo malia

  9. Thanks for hosting! Glad to see everything is back to working again! Have a wonderful Christmas!

  10. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 3 post on Dec. 21, 2011. Thanks again.

  11. Thanks for always visiting and leaving such sweet and encouraging comments. I love linking up here (and stalking all your great projects even if I don't always comment). :)

  12. Thanks for hosting, Jenn!! I love those journals too! I think I will make some! HUGS~

  13. Hi Jenn, I think being exposed to a variety of cultures and traditions from a young age is a gift. Enjoy all of your holiday celebrations. And thanks for all the time and effort you put into hosting, it's appreciated!

  14. love all the links this week..i'm excited about the rhubarb liqueur...and rushing to make a bit myself right now! Happy Christmas...i am grateful for having met you through this little blog-world of ours.


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