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Hanukkah Scrapbook Pages

Use your favorite Hanukkah photos to create holiday scrapbook pages that reflect the spirit of the season.

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    • Lit Menorah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Lisa Spiegel

      Lisa picked a favorite holiday song as the starting point for her page. For quick journaling, she wrote the lyrics of the song around the music paper. To make the paper feel vintage, she roughed the edges with a distressing tool.

      Editor's Tip: Pull color schemes from your photos. Polly didn't want to overwhelm this faded vintage photo by using a bold palette, so she built her scrapbook page in soft blues and pinks and gave the photo a substantial crisp white mat.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: October Afternoon (sheet music), Scenic Route Paper Co. (red dot, black grid), Tinkering Ink (diamond). Stickers: Doodlebug Design. Chipboard accents: Heidi Swapp (photo corner), Making Memories (menorah, star). Die cuts: Hambly Screen Prints. Paint: Ranger Industries. Pens: American Crafts. Punch, decorative-edge scissors: Fiskars. Distressing tool: Heidi Swapp.

    • Hanukkah Collage Scrapbook Page

      Design by Lisa Spiegel

      Lisa highlighted special moments from a Hanukkah get-together on matted squares. The seven evenly spaced photos tell the story of the night, while empty squares make room for a chipboard menorah and gem accents.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper (white), Paper Trunk (aqua). Patterned paper: Making Memories. Stickers: Doodlebug Design. Chipboard accent: Magistical Memories. Ink: StazOn by Tsukineko. Paint: Ranger Industries. Pens: American Crafts (black), Sakura of America (metallic). Glitter: Pink Paislee.

    • Menorah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Amy Licht

      For a large menorah as a background, Amy layered U-shape pieces of cardstock in varying shades of brown. She printed traditional Hanukkah symbols and placed them on punched circles of paper for fun pops of color.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: BoBunny Press. Stickers: Doodlebug Design ("Hanukkah"), Making Memories ("oh"). Gems: Michaels. Digital elements: Happy Hanukkah kit by LetteringDelights.com.

    • 8 Little Lights Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Keshet Starr

      Wrap twine around die cuts or other embellishments, and let the ends hang free to mimic a wrapped package like Keshet did on her flower embellishment. For a dynamic page, she stuck with one important picture and added simple journaling.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Bella Blvd (yellow), Crate Paper (wood-grain, red diamonds). Die cut: Elle's Studio. Stickers: American Crafts (pink), Cosmo Cricket (gray), Crafting Jewish Style (Hannukah button), Sassafras (teal). Flower: BasicGrey. Pen: Marvy Uchida. Punches: EK Success (circle), Martha Stewart (doily).

    • Craziest Menorah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Nicole Gartland

      Smitten by the menorah her daughter made, Nicole let her daughter decorate the scrapbook page as well. Nicole cut a wood veneer frame and had her daughter attach the same elements she'd used on her menorah. A hand-cut border and caption link the two pages.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Carolee's Creations. Fonts: MaxCircus (curly script), Maximillion ("oh my," "the," "ever") off the Internet, Garamouche ("menorah") by P22. Wood veneer: Manto Fev.

    • Monotone Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Lisa Cohen

      Working in her image-editing software, Lisa converted all her photos to black-and-white, cropped them into same-size circles, and arranged them on her digital Chanukah scrapbook page.

      Editor's Tip: Use clipping masks to create custom titles for your pages. Lisa filled hers with a subtle patterned paper for a monochromatic look.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Adobe Photoshop. Fonts: American Typewriter (title), Favorite Things (journaling) by Two Peas in a Bucket. Digital elements: Jen Wilson Designs (brown stripe, orange, multicolor stripe paper), Designer Digitals (kraft paper), Digital Design Essentials (staples), Michelle Coleman for Scrapartist (stitching).

    • Hanukkah Traditions Scrapbook Page

      Design by Debbie Hodge

      Debbie collected multiple memories on a single spread by keeping embellishments to a minimum so she could fit many photos and journaling. She gave each tradition equal weight with individual journaling blocks.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3. Fonts: Traveling Typewriter off the Internet, Zapfino. Digital elements: 2 Celebrate paper pack, A Bit of Grunge 2 paper pack, Hanukkah Epoxies by Katie Pertiet; Nia Kit by Michelle Martin; Brad Bonanza #3, DIY Sticker Alpha #1 by Pattie Knox; Stitched by Anna White #1, Vintage FotoKorners by Anna Aspnes. Clip art: Microsoft.

    • Digital Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Candi Gershon

      To make this scrapbook page about her family's Hanukkah celebration, Candi used image-editing software to arrange her photos. Candi placed her photos on a digital white paper background and added a digital number, then printed the entire piece, trimmed around the shapes, and matted it with solid cardstock and patterned paper.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock, patterned paper: My Mind's Eye. Font: Typo by Two Peas in a Bucket. Stickers: American Crafts. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap. Brads: Making Memories. Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0. Digital elements: Jen Wilson Designs ("8"), Leora Sanford (white paper) for Designer Digitals, Jackie Eckles (stitching) for Little Dreamer Designs.

    • Bright Candles Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Amy Licht

      Amy used alcohol ink to color the metal letters spelling her scrapbook page title. She added a circle shape around the candles to direct attention and echoed the shape around the page with smaller paper circles and dot stickers.

      Editor's Tip: A little bit of alcohol ink goes a long way. Always start with a small amount and add more until you achieve the desired result. If you don't like the way it turns out, you can remove the color with a blending solution.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: KI Memories (stripe), Junkitz (gold). Fonts: Hurried Note ("these") by Autumn Leaves, Renaissance (journaling) by Two Peas in a Bucket, Hootie (date) off the Internet. Stickers: BoBunny Press (tag), Cloud 9 Design (dots). Alcohol ink, applicator: Ranger Industries. Brads, ribbon: Making Memories. Metal accents: We R Memory Keepers. Floss: DMC. Photo turns: Junkitz. Photo corners: Scrapbook Adhesives.

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      Dreidel Scrapbook Page

      Design by Lilac Chang

      Lilac made her own Hanukkah embellishments from clip art. She searched the Internet for Hebrew letters, printed them, and encased them in conchos for quick-and-easy embellishments. She turned multiple shots of her son playing dreidel black-and-white to let the blue and tan colors on the page pop.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: 7Gypsies. Font: Garamouche by P22. Stickers: Sonnets for Creative Imaginations (black), Mrs. Grossman's (blue vellum). Rub-ons: Making Memories. Conchos: ScrapYard 329. Photo corners: Making Memories.

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      Candle Punches Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Susan Weinroth

      Susan turned teardrop and paisley-shape paper punches into candle flames for this Hanukkah scrapbook page about her holiday celebrations with a new family member.

      Editor's Tip: Embellish basic paper-piecing designs with adhesive gems to give simple shapes more presence on your scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: American Crafts. Patterned paper: Heidi Grace Designs, Cloud 9 Design. Font: Century Gothic. Stickers: Cloud 9 Design ("Our Gift"), Queen & Co. (rhinestones). Rub-ons: American Crafts, Cloud 9 Design. Punches: Fiskars (teardrop, paisley, corner rounder). Circle template: Fiskars.

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      Star of David Scrapbook Page

      Design by Amy Licht

      On this scrapbook page commemorating the first year her children were allowed to light the menorah, Amy used a craft knife to cut her own Star of David design from cardstock.

      Editor's Tip: Mimic the shape or design of your Hanukkah decorations to create one-of-a-kind scrapbook page embellishments.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Scrapworks (floral), Making Memories (dot). Fonts: Walzer ("glow"), Michaels (journaling) off the Internet. Ribbon: Making Memories.

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      Latke Tradition Scrapbook Page

      Design by Susan Weinroth

      A special dish developed over the years gets a closeup treatment in Susan's Hanukkah layout. Large shots of the latkes as well as photos of the chef and tabletop decoration fill the layout. Susan's pages have a sense of flow, thanks to rows of paper strips and stitching that cross the gutter. Jewel brads grouped in clusters guide the eye.

      Editor's Tip: Offset a big block of text on a scrapbook page with a strong photo to keep the reader's interest.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper (dark blue, white), Die Cuts With A View (light blue, yellow). Patterned paper: KI Memories. Font: Worn Machine by Autumn Leaves. Chipboard letters, paint: Making Memories. Brads: SEI.

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      Eight Crazy Nights Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Susan Weinroth

      Rainbow colors and lyrics from a popular Adam Sandler Hanukkah song keep this scrapbook page interesting and highlight a single black-and-white photograph.

      Editor's Tip: Instead of traditional journaling, include lyrics from your favorite holiday-season tune to add interest and keep the tone of your scrapbook page light.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Urban Lily. Font: Coffee by Scrap Supply. Stickers, brads: American Crafts. Chipboard letters: Heidi Swapp.

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      Miracle of Light Scrapbook Page

      Design by Amy Licht

      Amy hand-cut the title for this scrapbook page about her son's role in the lighting of the menorah ceremony. She used her word-processing program to type the title and flip it so the letters would print in reverse on the back of several different colors of cardstock. Then she used a craft knife to cut out each letter.

      Editor's Tip: To mirror the candles on the picture, Amy crafted the "i" in "miracle" from a ribbon scrap and adhesive gems.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. Fonts: Uncle (journaling) by Autumn Leaves, Bambino ("miracle"), CAC Leslie ("of light") off the Internet. Ribbon: Scrapworks. Chipboard letters: Li'l Davis Designs. Brads: Making Memories.

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      Hanukkah Traditions Scrapbook Page

      Design by Amy Licht

      Amy snapped photos of the small Hanukkah traditions that mean a lot to her family and collected them on one colorful scrapbook page.

      Editor's Tip: Amy's scrapbook page title is a combination of the same sticker font in a wide range of colors and mimics the striped border on the left-hand side of the page for great design balance.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: KI Memories. Transparency, letter stickers: KI Memories. Font: Fancy Free by Two Peas in a Bucket. Brads: Bazzill Basics Paper. Gems: Michaels. Ribbon: KI Memories.

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      Pink-and-White Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Jen Lessinger

      To highlight the celebration around a little girl's first Chanukah, Jen chose a nontraditional color scheme that emphasizes the colors in the photos and crafted a dimensional Star of David embellishment from patterned paper.

      Editor's Tip: Use adhesive foam to raise layers of simple paper-piecing designs to add interest to basic shapes.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Me and My Big Ideas (stripe), SEI (vellum circles). Font: American Typewriter off the Internet. Stickers: American Crafts. Chipboard letters: Heidi Swapp. Woven flourish: Autumn Leaves.

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      The Eighth Night Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Nicole Gartland

      To commemorate the menorah her daughter made at school, Nicole used a gold-leaf pen to draw an oversize number behind her scrapbook page title and colorize her journaling tag. Stamped numbers outlining the page count the days.

      Editor's Tip: Match the hues in your photos. Nicole picked up on the warmth in her shots by choosing papers and embellishments in warm red and orange tones.

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      Stamped Background Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Polly Maly

      Polly used Chanukah-icon stamps to give the plain cardstock background for this scrapbook page a bit more oomph. Using ink just slightly darker than the cardstock gives it a subtle look. Punched tags act as a title banner.

      Editor's Tip: Pull color schemes from your photos. Polly didn't want to overwhelm this faded vintage photo by using a bold palette, so she built her scrapbook page in soft blues and pinks and gave the photo a substantial crisp white mat.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: NRN Designs. Font: Vintage by Melissa Baxter for Two Peas in a Bucket. Stickers: Me and My Big Ideas. Stamps: Simply Stated.

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      Peace and Light Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Debbie Hodge

      The ritual candle lighting is reflected in Debbie's true-blue layout. A little metallic in the matting and brads allows a bit of sparkle without getting too flashy.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Prism Papers. Patterned paper: Scrapworks, Fibermark. Fonts: Freebooter Script ("light") off the Internet, Century Gothic (journaling). Die-cutting tool, dies: QuicKutz. Brads: Nunn Designs. Ribbon: Offray (blue), Wrights (cord). Digital brush: Cottage Arts (swirl in journaling).

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      Hanukkah Organ Scrapbook Page

      Design by Susan Weinroth

      Susan wanted to highlight the nontraditional spot they put their Hanukkah presents, so she used nontraditional colors and patterns to show off a picture of the organ. She punched shapes from patterned paper to cerate colorful embellishments and layered buttons to create extra texture. She broke journaling into smaller blocks to make it easier to read.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: American Crafts (blue, gray, green, white), Core-dinations (purple). Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket (green line), Heidi Grace Designs (green crosshatch), KI Memories (dot), October Afternoon (blue), SEI (floral). Font: Bodoni XT. Chipboard accents: American Crafts. Buttons: American Crafts (purple), Hero Arts (clear). Gems: Queen & Co. Floss: DMC Corp. Punches: Fiskars.

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      Festival of Lights Scrapbook Page

      Design by Candi Gershon

      Candi included a detail photo of the lighting of the menorah as well as photos of family members celebrating the Festival of Lights on this Hanukkah scrapbook page.

      Editor's Tip: Use selective coloring to highlight a section of a photo. Either alter your shot digitally or have two versions of the photo printed--one in black-and-white and one in color--cut out the area to be highlighted from the color version and layer the prints.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Font: Century Gothic. Rub-ons: Scrapworks. Die cut: Chatterbox.

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      Neutral Design Hanukkah Scrapbook Page

      Design by Lauren Hartman

      Lauren let her son be the focal point on this scrapbook page about Hanukkah celebrations, drawing attention to his bright blue shirt by keeping the background colors neutral.

      Editor's Tip: Turn your page title to fit your space. Here, Lauren ran chipboard letters vertically to fill an otherwise awkward spot on the left-hand side of her two-page layout.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Rusty Pickle (stripe), BasicGrey (all other). Fonts: Cezanne (cursive), AmerType (journaling) off the Internet. Chipboard letters, paint: Making Memories.

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