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  • “The Bridge Ladies” by Betsy Lerner

    It’s almost Mother’s Day and I have the perfect book to share with you this month – Betsy Lerner’s funny and somewhat relatable memoir The Bridge Ladies. The story begins after moving back to her hometown, and how she reconnects…

  • How to Make an Omer Counter with an Acrylic Frame

    Hello, my name is Rin, and I’m really bad at counting the omer. I always forget when I’m supposed to start (it’s the second day of Passover). So this year, I’m determined to get it right with this fun and…

  • Let’s Make Clay Matzah Wine Charms!

    The countdown is *on* for Passover. It’s in mere days, and I’m so ready for it. This feels like the first major holiday in actual years that will feel like a normal holiday again. And thank goodness for that! So…

  • Free Printable Passover Meal Planner

    Passover is quickly becoming my favorite holiday. Am I the crazy one? Probably. But I love all of the spring-cleaning and seder prep. I love watching The Prince of Egypt and drinking copious amounts of wine. And I love making…

  • The Easiest No Sew Afikomen Bag You’ll Ever Make

    Hey there, I’m back with another matzah craft! This time, I’m sharing how I made the easiest (and prettiest!) afikomen bag in the world using a kitchen towel. Yep, you heard! It’s as easy as buying a cute fringed, tasseled,…

  • Create Your Own Terrazzo Hamsa Wall Hanging

    Okay, so remember those cute little hamantashen wine charms I made a few weeks ago? Today’s project is actually the original reason that I bought the polymer clay. As I said, I had a bunch leftover, so I improvised a…

  • DIY Clay Hamantashen Wine Charms

    There’s just a little more than a week until Purim and the only hamantashen I’ve made so far aren’t even edible. Crazy! I need to get some baking supplies so I can get on that. Usually I’ve made at least…

  • Free Printable Purim Word Game Cards

    Somehow I blinked and then it was March. Guys, I’ve been going through writer’s block for the ages. I can’t believe my last post here was in the beginning of February. But I’m back and I think I’m back into…

  • How to Get Free Jewish Children’s Books

    Okay, I know I’m going a little off-script here, but I’m going with it. Typically I spend my time writing about Jewish literature for adults, but I’m branching today because I absolutely love PJ Library. Have you heard of it?…