Saturday, November 18, 2017

Hanukkah Blog Hop

Welcome to the Hanukkah Blog Hop
organized by a bunch of Jewish Stampin'Up! demo's.
We like to share our ideas for Hannukah with you.
I hope you have arrived here from 
and seen her beautiful artwork.

I have two cards and a little treat box. for you.

For my projects I used the following sets:
So here is te template of the sweater if you like to
case my card.

I started with stamping the candleholder with night of navy ink
on the lighter blue paper. Coloring the candles with
a white pen and the flames with the new markers.
Then I cut out the image and I put it on the sweater
(cut out from navy night paper) abd traced the image with 
a white pen so it looked like stitches. I also
drew the borders of the sweater by hand. Now it is time
to roll the sweater through the bigshot with
the cable knit folder. When done attache the
candle holder abd stick the sweater to your card.

To be honest I started out making this card.
Then I realized the T-shirt and framelit where
from an older catalogue (summer 2016) and 
not in in this years  the main catalgue,
 but I still wanted to share this card with you.

And here is the treat box. Below you find the template for 
scoring and cutting. I used the same materials as for the card.
It is really a very easy box to make.
I used the label punch  for the window,
but you can also make an oval or 
circle window if you like. It depends on what 
you have too.
This little box holds 3 small bard of chocolate.
The doves also come from the Seasonal Lantern
stamp set.

I want to contribute my card
to this weeks color challenge at

And now it is time to move to the next blog.
Go and see what 
has in store for you.

Thank you so much for looking
and have a creative day!


  1. Oh so nice and funny! Well done! I love all your creations! Happy Hannukah to you and your family!

  2. All of your projects were absolutely adorable! Thanks so much for sharing them!

  3. Hetty, that is super cute! What a great idea! Your sweater is amazing!!

  4. I love the creative use of the sweater and the chanukiah! So cute!

  5. What very pretty creations !...I appreciate your tutos too ....wish you and your family happy hanukkah

  6. Totally fun! Happy Hannukah! So happy you joined us at CTD!

  7. What an awesome way to use the color and those great stamps!! Thanks so much for sharing with us at the Color Throwdown!