I've prepared this fabulous and neat 'esthero mesh n glass'necklace kit as a spectacular activity for any Bat Mitzvah, school or camp function, Sweet 16, reunion, sisterhood events, girls' scouts etc... The finished product is a funky necklace that any participant will be happy to come home with.When worn outdoors, particularly in the summer, the sun’s rays hitting on the glass beads give it a summery dazzling effect... a perfect add-on to anyone's accessory collection.
As a child, I always looked foward to our family Tu B'shvat party.I loved the tasty and colorful array of the many fruits my mother artfully displayed.Fast forward to today where there is an even more extensive selection of dried and fresh fruit available to choose from. Whatever your Minhag, there are so manycreative and fun things that can be done.Last year, my friend asked me to help her come up with a Tu B'shvat idea for her Talmud Torah class, using dried fruits. Here's what we came up with. She told me it was a big hit and the children came up with such cute and original ideas.
This is a Hanukkah variation of cake pops. Purchase unglazed donuts pre ordered from a local donut shop or you can make them on your own using a Mini Doughnut Maker (I prefer to make them on my own, this way I avoid some of the excesses oil donuts are notorious for). Decorate them with the icings and toppings listed below, wrap them in a clear cellophane paper and ribbons, and you can create a memorable Hanukkah party favor for everyone to enjoy.