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Chana Scop

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Chana is a proud wife and mother living in Mill Valley, California. She is inspired by the colors and textures of everyday life, and loves sharing her creative ideas with her community. Chana writes DIY projects, crafts and recipes celebrating her Jewish life and shlichus on her blog Chana’s Art Room, and is the co-director of Chabad of Mill Valley with her husband, Rabbi Hillel Scop. She also writes about a mother’s journey of raising a special-needs son on her other blog, Life of Blessing. She welcomes you to be a part of her creative and touching journey.
Here’s a very calming, fun jug of “oil.” This is easy to make and mesmerizing to use. I can assure you that you will enjoy testing it out! All you need is glitter glue, glitter, a jar (I used a plastic container with a screw top lid) and some water. You w...
This is a photo of the tabletop we will be using to hold our menorahs this year. I decided to personalize it with photos of the kids from all our Chanukah menorah-lightings at home. I simply printed photos onto regular white paper (first, I changed any co...
Creating a Seder plate with nonperishable items will give your children the opportunity to prepare for the Seder through play, reinforcing the Pesach story and the Seder experience in their young minds. You will need: Fimo clay in white, brown, red, cream...
There is nothing more magnificent than the power of imagination. This puppet theater gives children the opportunity to bring the Purim story to life with their own narrative. Being engaged with the story in the weeks leading up to Purim helps build antici...
Who ever said push pops were only for food and desserts? They also make the perfect graggers with endless possibilities of creativity and design! Here are three ideas, for Queen Esther, Mordechai and a clown, but you can decorate them with anything Purim ...
I have experienced the awesomeness of language, only through the brilliance of my son who is nonverbal.
Make a snow globe for Chanukah! You will need: 1 glass jar 2 dreidels (wood or plastic) Glitter Water Glycerin Hot glue Stuffing Directions: Decide if you’d like to use plastic or wooden dreidels. Wooden ones will get moldy from the water as time goes on,...
I must confess, I absolutely love ribbon—in as many hues and textures as possible, and in as many widths as exist! You can use these to decorate your home. Hang each dreidel with clear fishing string from a beam or doorway to create a “grand entrance” int...
Sick of boring pencils? Here is a fun alternative. You will need: Pencils Brown floral tape (sold at Michaels and other crafting and floral stores), or a brown washi tape Green tissue paper (feel free to use orange and red too for a more winter/fall look)...
To save yourself from having just regular or unsightly matchboxes next to your glowing Shabbat candles, you can make these beautiful vintage-looking matchbox covers.
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