October is going to be a busy time for those of us celebrating the Feasts of YHWH. Whether you are new to the festivals or seasoned Methuselah I'm sharing some great ideas to make them extra special this year.
If you're staying at home you'll want to make a sukkah, like this one from Chai and Life.
Or you could go camping...
Sukkot foliage like palm leaves make a great table runner.
From Sugar & Cloth.
You could set this pretty table. From Sugar & Cloth.
You'll be outside a lot so be prepared for the weather with this DIY lemon (or etrog!) umbrella.
From Studio DIY.
Wear this shirt.
From Mt. Tabor Tees.
Make DIY stained 'glass' with your kids to teach them about the feasts.
From The Climbing Tree.
Make these easy palm leaf sticks to stir your Sukkot drinks.
From The Merry Thought.
Have friends over for a potluck dinner in your sukkah.
From Chai and Home.
How good does this apple stuffed challah look?
From Torah Sisters Magazine.
Share this Yom Teruah printable with a friend.
Keep the kiddos entertained with finger puppets, especially handy on Yom Kippur.
Get a better idea what you're looking at with this constellation map.
From Mr. Printables.
Decorate with letter balloons.
Take a virtual tour of the Sukkah PDX exhibit from the Oregon Jewish Museum.
Take notes from this gorgeous party. Can you say #sukkahgoals?
How will you be celebrating?
PS - I'm posting late this week so Shabbat shalom!