Every once in a while, when I post a printable, I get a request for something special. I am always happy to oblige if I can make it work. When one of my Facebook followers asked me to make a Happy Chanukah printable, I have to admit I was a little nervous. I knew about the Jewish holidays but as a Catholic, I had no knowledge of what they meant or the symbolism. So I did some googling and a search on Etsy for some graphics. This is what I came up with.
I must have checked the spellings no less than 100 times before I was ready to publish these printables. I’m told a few different ways are acceptable and it’s really not the English spelling that’s important but rather the Hebrew spelling. I hope that if you are of the Jewish faith, they do justice to your long and rich history. Even though they were a bit out of my comfort zone, I enjoyed making them very much.
Menorah and Star of David
graphics purchased and used with permission from
Digital Press Creations
Molly from Digital Press Creations is a gifted watercolor artist.
Visit her Etsy shop to see more.