Welcome to Craft Schooling Sunday, the "Passover starts tomorrow night edition", yikes! The eight day (seven in Israel) holiday that is mostly known for the fact that we eat matzo rather than anything "leavened" requires hard work, but truthfully we wouldn't have it any other way. How can one truly relate to being slaves who were miraculously set free from from Egypt if one doesn't put in a little bit of elbow grease? Hmmmm, maybe I could conjur up that concept sitting at a hotel in Greece, ha ha, on the other hand there really is no greater feeling than preparing for the holiday with all of our neighbors and community. Because this shabbat is so close to the beginning of Passover, and of course we are still eating that bread that we have worked so hard to remove from our homes (physically and spiritually) our community is hosting shabbat meals for all the families, a huge relief, phew, and a large operation for those making it happen! So since I'm not cooking today, that means I can get to work with the last minute preparations, so gotta go!
Thanks so much for joining me here, and wishing all those celebrating passover a lovely and meaningful holiday! And now for the features from last week's party:
Whether you call them hama beads (European) or perler beads (American) they're always a fun go-to craft! A heart statement necklace from do it your freaking self, and a fun retro camper keychain from the scrap shoppe blog. And that my friends is it for the features, what have you been up to?