Thursday, December 10, 2020

Hanukkah 2020

Hanukkah is a beautiful holiday, and I wanted to share some projects with you all, so I set up a blog hop where we'll be sharing a variety of projects with you. I made a card, but you'll see all kinds if you follow through the hop below. You can also read more about Hanukkah here: Hanukkah on Wikipedia

My card was based off of a tallit, or prayer shawl. These are worn by some Jewish people while reciting the prayers during the lighting of Hanukkah candles, and I thought the imagery paired well with the sentiment.

I even added some extra details to the inside!

While there's not a lot of stamps in the catalogue for Hanukkah, I love that we have other stamps and images that work. By being a bit creative we can make something beautiful and meaningful for everyone! Did you see how I used the stitched triangle dies to make a Magen David (Star of David)? I love how versatile basic shapes can be. 

Now let's take a look at what everyone else has done too!

Would you like to make your own Hanukkah cards? Click on any of the products below to be taken directly to my online store! Use the host code on the right and you'll also receive a free PDF of Hanukkah project ideas!

Anytime you place an order in my online store and use the host code on the right, you will also get a free mail & make class automatically mailed to you! Just place your order with the host code on your right, then join us for the Facebook live near the end of the month on my Facebook group "Creating with The Crafty Medic" where you can also take part in regular creative challenges, complete with prizes!


  1. Thank you for including me in this hop- sorry mine launched too early! Glad to be back blogging again. Great card! Happy Hanukkah!

  2. Inspired use of the triangles. Great card.