This yarn art can be used for Rosh Hashanah cards or decorations for your sukkah on Sukkot.

Some kids just adore cutting, pasting, glittering, decoupage…

Here are some fun ideas that will excite your craftiest customers, and teach them a bit about Judaism along the way.

Crafts for Jewish Holidays

Rosh Hashanah: Apple-Print Placemat

Rosh Hashanah: Honey Bowl

Rosh Hashanah: Apple-Print Tablecloth

Rosh Hashanah: Stained Glass Apple Plate

Sukkot: Leaf Collage

Sukkot: Edible Sukkah

Simchat Torah: Festive Flag

Simchat Torah: Torah Sandwich

Hanukkah: Menorah-Making

Hanukkah: Challah Menorah

Tu Bishvat: Fruit Mandala

Tu Bishvat: Planting Parsley

Tu Bishvat: Pinecone Bird Feeder

Purim: Cards

Purim: Costumes

Purim: Purim Dolls

Passover: Afikomen Bag

Shavuot: Mt. Sinai Muffins

Jewish Crafts for Any Day

Challah Cover

Dove Mobile

Gluestick Mezuzah

Matchbox Mezuzah

Shabbat Candlesticks

Shabbat Placemats

Tree of Life

Eco-Friendly Crafts

Green Crafts

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