This week, on Wednesday night, is the holiday of Tu B'Shevat so it's time to get crafting! I do have some recent projects to share, but in the meantime, I thought I'd post a roundup of some crafts from the Tu B'Shevat archives, to get you started.
Giant paper cherry blossoms, make fantastic centerpieces.......and they can be saved and used for numerous occassions if you use light weight cardboard, as I did here.
Winter trees made from recycled cardboard are so much fun to make, and can be decorated however you like.
A recycled plastic bottle flower bouquet is so crafty and unique!
Pastel circles become fabulous trees in this blooming tree kid's craft.
And golden leaf garlands using leaves inspired by grape, fig, and olive leaves are beautiful any time.
Dehydrated orange slice necklaces or garlands, are a fun craft for kids.
Tiny toilet paper tube trees are the perfect little craft and look great lined up.
And of course, don't forget this classic cherry blossom kid's craft, that's just perfect for Tu B'Shevat!
That's it for now, for some more inspiration, take a look a my Tu B'Shevat roundup from a few years back, with lots more great ideas! Happy crafting!