You may remember last year’s ombre effect Shana Tova printables for a little quick and easy Rosh Hashanah decor to spruce up your mantel or buffet. Well, I decided it’s a new year, so time for a new printable with some new color and style. Continue reading
Part of the fun of any holiday or special event is the anticipation of it. This was abundantly clear to me in October as my 3-year old son came home each and every day ready to check his Halloween countdown calendar for a treat. He was so sad when it was over and the calendar was all done. Luckily as we head into the winter holidays, there are some great Hanukkah calendars out there; we have two, one from Pottery Barn Kids and one from Land of Nod:
They are both adorable calendars and my son loves them. BUT they only count the actual days of Hanukkah, not the excitement and anticipation of the days leading up to it. So I decided it was time to make my own calendar and to give it a true Jewish slant. I thought we’d count down the 18 (chai) days before Hanukkah as well as the days of Hanukkah themselves. Using Microsoft Publisher and some great graphics I purchased from Maree Truelove on etsy, I created a printable Chai to Hanukkah Countdown Calendar for 2012 to share with all of you! Speaking of the graphics, Maree Truelove has some really cute Hanukkah graphics if you need some for a project – it’s so hard to find non-cheesy Hanukkah graphics and hers fit the bill.
I printed mine on good quality white cardstock and then printed the stickers, below, on a sheet of sticker paper and cut them out using the paper cutter (scissors would work fine too – I gave you gridlines to make it easy!). But you could also print on paper and use tape, a glue stick or even print on magnet paper. My intention was that you start with the “Chai to Hanukkah” sticker and then use the numbered stickers for each of the 8 nights, but really you can do whatever you (or your kids) feel like.
Hope you are as excited to countdown to Hanukkah as we are in my house!
It’s been a bit since I’ve posted…day to day life has just been way too busy! But, I’m back and have a little Rosh Hashanah treat for you! Can you believe Rosh Hashanah starts Sunday night?! I can’t! I have cards to send (pics coming soon I promise!) and challah to bake and then some!
Have you done anything to decorate for it? What? No luck, finding the latest RH designs at Target or Pottery Barn 😉 Well, I’ve got you covered. I’ve created a couple really simple printables that say Shana Tova (literally A Good Year, essentially Happy New Year) in Hebrew and English in 5×7 and 4×6 so you can print and stick in a fun frame (mine is from my TJ Maxx wanderings). I went for an ombre effect in blues and pomegranate (traditional holiday colors). Stick it on your mantel or buffet table and there ya go, cute and easy and can be recycled when the holiday is over. I printed mine on some shimmery blue paper for a little sparkle effect. Click the links below to print or download the one that suits you best!
5×7 Pomegranate Shana Tova Rosh Hashanah Printable
A very simple and sweet way to add some decor to your home for your new year celebration or just because. Shana Tova!