Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Purim Seudat Invitations

This year, Purim falls on a Sunday (March 16) so it's the perfect time to invite guests over for a Purim Seudat (festive meal). Did you know eating a festive meal on Purim is one of the four requirements for this holiday?
Here are the other three:
1. Hear the megillah reading
2. Give tzedakah (charity)
3. Give shalach manot (food gifts)

Of course I could just call friends and invite them over but these invitations, shaped and folded like a Hamantaschen cookie are too cute to not send out! 

So simple to make...use a small plate to trace a circle on some tan colored card stock. (The tan color looks like cookie dough.)
 After cutting out the circle, fold it to form a triangle, just like you would fold Hamantashen cookie dough.
Print your invite on colored paper, cut into a triangle and glue into the center.
Purim is one of my favorite holidays--costumes, food gifts, parties and noisemakers!


  1. Love these!!! Such a great idea. Julie W.

  2. I am going to make these, but bit smaller and put as tags on my mishloach manot. Great idea, thank you!!

  3. I'm going to make these for the kids to do at our Purim Carnival


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