Now that you've finished making the perfect holiday gift for your long-distance loved one, there's only one question: How do you get it to them? Navigating the realm of shipping labels and packaging can feel overwhelming, but with the right know-how you can send your handmade gifts totally hassle-free.
With their flavorful filling and flaky dough, rugelach are beloved for the holidays. We're not gonna lie, it does take a little time to shape each lovely crescent. But it's not hard to do and the results are SO worth it.
There are a million ways to make a menorah, but this one has become a fast favorite. All you need is a few cans of spray paint, a handful of washers and a bunch of PVC. Let's get stacking!
Hanukkah's about to get lit! These stand-up menorah cookies, which are made by attaching cookie pieces to the back for balance, are the perfect way to end any of those 8 festive nights.
Felicity and Krystle
Dreidel, dreidel, dreidel I made you out of… cookies! (That’s how the song goes, right?!) No matter, these surprise-inside treats are the perfect way to get your whole crew excited for the Festival of Lights. Make ’em together, then dig in post-latkes.
Felicity and Krystle
The first time I ever made latkes it was for 150 people. I was working as a caterer in a synagogue at the time, and when Hanukkah rolled around, the fry fest was ON. Like it or not, I had to go from total novice to potato pancake pro in record time, and the stakes were pretty high.
Elizabeth Ellis
Paper artist Kristen Johnson shares her earliest memory of paper, as well as how to customize your own gift wrap.
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