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Kol Yisrael Areivim

Labels designed by Leah Borenstein, omgdesign@aol.com

As a creative consultant, I’m privileged to meet so many wonderful people. Last year, when doing mishloach manos consulting for one of my clients, I was asked to figure out a packaging idea to fit a “Kol Yisrael areivim” theme to match the children who would be dressed up as a variety of Yidden. Here’s what we came up with. How appropriate to feature this idea in this year’s Purim supplement, as this has definitely been the theme of Klal Yisrael for the last couple of months.

You will need:
  • 3 3-inch black boxes
  • stapler
  • 3 3-oz jars (available on Amazon)
  • cellophane bags
  • matbucha, herring, chummus
  • ka’ak, kichel, pita chips
  • labels
  • 3-inch square stickers for the boxes
  • 2-inch square stickers for the cracker bags and jars
  • ribbon
  • tag

Staple the boxes together to form a row.

Fill the jars with dips and the cellophane bags with crackers.

Apply all the labels and stickers.

Place the jars and bags into the boxes.

Tie the ribbon and attach the tag.


For your convenience, all Amazon products used in this magazine can be found through this QR code


(Originally featured in Family Table, Issue 883)

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