I am Sarah, a stay at home mom of two wonderful, little boys. In my life before kids I was a fifth grade teacher. I now work with first year teachers, which I love. Creating is one of the ways I stay sane. I become very cranky if I have not stamped or scrapped in a while. Join me on this creative journey.
There is always a lot of focus on Christmas in our industry this time of year, as that is what the majority of the population celebrates. However, this month's blog hop is dedicated to those that celebrate winter holidays other than Christmas. Create a project that celebrates Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or some other winter holiday as we embrace everyone's beliefs in a celebration of diversity through paper crafting.
Love this challenge. As some of youmay know I am Jewish and sometimes it is hard during the holidays to feel apart of the crafting world where a huge emphasis is placed on Christmas. I love that Nichole is embracing other holidays, it will be fun to see what everyone comes up with. My son is the only Jewish child in his class. I know that I will be getting that phone call from his teacher asking me to come in and explain Hanukkah to the class. I thought it would be fun to give each child their own driedel box. It includes directions, gelt and a driedel. I used lots of Papertrey goodies including the Mazel Tov and Mazel Tov additions set. I also used Everyday Blessing Patterned Paper. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by.