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A Sukkah Guestbook

Posted on: 29 October, 2011

I have a terrible memory, so I decided to make a 5 year Sukkot journal/guestbook so we can remember all the fun we had each year. Do you like it? (Please ignore the manufacturing company’s watermark in the middle of the page). I have just ordered a hard copy and am really looking forward to receiving it.

For each year, I have included space to write a little bit about each of the following: where our sukkah was located; who put it together; what it was constructed from; and what the decorations included.

Then there are pages where I can write the date, the weather and highlights of the day, plus pages which are largely blank so that our visitors can also add their personal messages.

The book also includes general information about Sukkot and some photos I took this year.  Every page is completely different, and I’ve probably used waaaaay too many embellishments… (digital scrapbooking is very addictive!) but it was loads of fun, and that’s what Sukkot is all about!


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