Saturday, December 8, 2012

Happy Hanukkah!

Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah and we're already licking our chops for the latkes!  My mother-in-law's old cast iron skillets will be called into action once again to put a yummy crunch on the 'taters.  Bring on the sour cream and applesauce...

On the front of the card I've highlighted the 8 nights of Hanukkah with a silver pen.  The embossing was created using one of Tim/Sizzix's embossing folders on white cardstock.  The base card is dark blue. 

The inside was cut using a Karen Burniston/Sizzix Pop 'N Cut die.  I don't remember who manufactures the stamps I used; stamped in Cobalt archival ink.  The inside label and ribbon strips are part of the add-on die by Sizzix.  The dreidel is an older Sizzlit die.  The edges of interior card were cut with Tim/Sizzix's on-the-edge die.

Isn't it time for dinner yet????????????


  1. Happy Hanukkah, and may your celebrations be blessed!

  2. Have a wonderful celebration. The food sounds yummy. I love your card!

  3. Happy Hanukkah! I love your art and the food sounds wonderful.I have just recently purchased a book on Jewish festivals and have made a commitment to learn them this year and they have wonderful recipes also.
    beautiful work susan K
    susan s.

  4. So the all white look!

  5. Happy Hanukkah to you susan and your family.