Nov 14 2013
Han-nail-kah, oh Han-nail-kah! There’s nothing not to love about these stick-on Hanukkah nail decals from Midrash Manicures, especially when we’ve got a set to give away for free! The set included 55 decals for adults and children, are easy to apply, and last up to 10 days (hey, they’ve even got the miracle of the oil beat). The lucky winner will be the hit at the family Hanukkah party, the envy of the Thanksgivukkah table, the belle of winter holiday ball.
To enter to win, fill out the form below and we’ll choose a winner on Monday, November 18th.
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Congrats to winner Julie B. from Northridge, California!
Apr 15 2013
Tomorrow is Yom Ha’atzmaut, aka Israel Independence Day. It celebrates the anniversary of the creation of Israel on May 14, 1948 (or, according to the Jewish calendar, the 5th of Iyyar in 5708).
In Israel, it’s celebrated with fireworks, barbecues, and public concerts. In America, it’s celebrated with a manicure (or at least it can be…)
Yael Buechler, the fabulous rabbi behind Midrash Manicures, in which she creates nail art for each weekly Torah portion and holidays, has offered up this great tutorial for how to do your own Israeli flag nail art in celebration of Yom Ha’atzmaut. It’s pretty simple and will look super cute on adult and kiddie nails alike. Here’s how it’s done. You can use a toothpick to do the finer details.
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