As a public school child in the 70’s, my Valentine’s Day often ended in tears. I remember digging into my optimistically large brown paper bag in first grade to find only three envelopes, even though my mother had insisted I fill out mass-produced cards for every child in my class. “No one likes me!” I […]
Are you crafty? I’m not. But, because of my parenting deficits, you should suffer?
Here are some links to a variety of projects scattered across the interwebs:
I’m not sure why they consider this “eco-friendly” (in fact, it’s not much of a craft, either) but here’s a paper apple craft from kveller.com.
Here’s a round stuffed challah made out of old pantyhose (Does anyone still wear pantyhose?) from akhlah.com. I would LOVE to see a photo of this if anyone makes it.
I don’t know if this really counts as a craft, but here’s an edible honey jar from the wonderful Bible Belt Balabusta. She has another decidedly educational project for apple-print placemats over at kveller.
Challah Crumbs has some cute torn paper apples,
I was surprised that Family Fun magazine had only *one* Rosh Hashanah craft. It’s a cute pomegranate themed card.
Crayola.com has a vaguely Rosh Hashanah-ish “circle of kindness” activity.
And if you want to drive yourself completely nuts, you could make a shofar craft out of a birthday horn. (Better yet, why not use a vuvuzela?)