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Sunday, July 9th, 2017
Free Summer Printables

Hi dear crafty friends! I wasn’t looking forward to it but it’s out of my control… the summer is here and it’s hot hot hot! I prefer winter but I can think of some things I like about the summer: watermelons, going to the pool and the beach, long days and outside activities like camping or BBQ.  So let’s celebrate the season with some Free Summer Printables!     Free Summer Printables These are basically tags you can print from the comfort of your own home and use for whatever project you want. The tags have a very simple design but they are really fun for things like: party invitations, BBQ menus, embellishments for scrapbook layouts, tag book for a vacation or even bottle labels or treasure hunt notes for the kids. All the tags are already arranged on a 8.5×11 / A4 paper so printing is really easy. All you need to do is click on the link to …

Friday, February 19th, 2016
Valentine’s Day Free Printable Cards

“Love is in the air everywhere I look around” February is here and the air is filling up with love, or at least it should be. I think it is a beautiful reason to celebrate and spread it around. Love has always made people crazy, in good or bad ways and it’s the only thing that can do that. It’s elusive, mysterious and it seems like we never really fully understand it but I think we can all agree it’s the best thing in the world! So celebrate your love, whatever it may be with this little gift from me. I created 4 love cards for you to print at home and use in your crafts, decorations or cards. You can turn them into coupons by writing on the back, or turn them into a little LOVE mini album by binding them together. Print them as many times as you want and make a little memory game or put them in …

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015
Back to School – Getting Ready

The first day of school is around the corner and everyone is busy getting ready. My kids are never happy to go back to school, they would rather their vacation would last at least two months more…Regardless if you’re kids feel the same way I’ll bet making them smile is a priority with you all. So here’s a little going back to school gift from me to you….   A set of four 8.5″ x 11″ Lunch Box Notes for everyone who is going back to school…kids and teachers, it can fit all! All you need to do is download this PDF file from this link and print the pages from the comfort of your own home. each page has 10 note cards so you get 40 notes! You can print as many copies as you need. Don’t miss out! Keep up with all the crafty goodness by subscribing to the Einat Kessler creative newsletterHave fun creating!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014
Back to School – 30 Freebie Lunch Box Notes

I can’t believe school is around the corner (for some it has already started). I look at my kids and I can’t believe how fast they have grown. The other day a friend wrote she doesn’t understand the crying moms on the first day of school. I have to admit I was a crying mom when they were younger but now I’m over it.   However I still like to make them feel special and loved with a little note in their lunch box. This year I decided to create my own lunch box notes. So far I have made 30 loving notes for an entire month and I want to SHARE them all with you! Click on the link and download the file. Print the file and cut the notes. I made them all squared so cutting will be fast and easy. I plan to create more notes, hopefully a different one for each day of the year and share them with you in …

Monday, March 25th, 2013
Happy Passover

Today we are celebrating Passover, one of the most important Jewish holidays, celebrating freedom, Miracles and faith. It’s also celebrating spring and the awakening of nature.   Here’s a little freebie tag you can print and use as a gift tag, card or name card.     Here is the story of Passover in a nutshell: After many decades of slavery to the Egyptian pharaohs, God saw the people’s distress and sent Moses to Pharaoh with a message: “Send forth my people.” But despite numerous warnings, Pharaoh refused to heed God’s command. God then sent upon Egypt ten devastating plagues, afflicting them and destroying everything from their livestock to their crops.   At the stroke of midnight of 15 Nissan (The Hebrew month coinciding with April) in the year 1313 BCE, God visited the last of the ten plagues on the Egyptians, killing all their firstborn. While doing so, God spared the Children of Israel, “passing over” their homes, hence …

Friday, March 1st, 2013
Spring Freebie

I don’t know what the weather is like where you live, but here it’s nice and warm and spring is definitely is in the air. Flowers are starting to appear, the day is getting longer and Passover is just three weeks away…well, spring is here for sure! To celebrate spring here’s a fun freebie for you! I had many questions on how to use the freebies. They can be used in two ways: 1. PNG file for digital designs: copy the png file and use it as part of your digital designs. It will work with graphic programs like photoshop. This type f file has no background so you can plant it anywhere.   2. JPG file for traditional designs: copy the file and print it on paper. Then you can cut it around the edges or cut it in a shape or a frame with your cutting machine.   You can find more freebies here: http://einatkessler.com/freebies/   Have fun creating!Einat

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Happy Purim friends! We are celebrating the Jewish holiday of Purim. The happiest holiday of the year, when we ware costumes, have parties and generally celebrate life!! Here’s a digital layout I created with a photo of my pirate son. For those of you who don’t know what Purim is, here s the short version: The story of Purim is told in the Biblical book of Esther. The heroes of the story are Esther, a beautiful young Jewish woman living in Persia, and her cousin Mordecai. Esther was taken to the house of Ahasuerus, King of Persia, to become part of his harem. King Ahasuerus loved Esther more than his other women and made Esther queen.The king did not know that Esther was a Jew, because Mordecai told her not to reveal her identity. The villain of the story is Haman, who hated Mordecai because Mordecai refused to bow down to him, so Haman plotted to destroy the Jewish people. …

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