DIY Mishloach Manot tags for Purim


Giving Mishloach Manot is one of the four requirements for Purim.
This mitzvah derives from the Book of Esther, and this is meant to ensure that everyone has enough food for the holiday and to increase love and friendships.

Preparing these little gifts for neighbors, friends and the teachers at Adam’s Gan (Kindergarten) are my favorite part of the holiday and it’s makes a fun afternoon activity for the two of us.
This part of Purim is a great opportunity to teach children to give.

If you have a great recipe for Hamentaschen which is also “children friendly” – let me know!

Until then, enjoy these free printable tags which will make a personal addition for your Purim baskets this holiday!

To download the FREE Purim “Chag Saemach” tags for your Mishloach Manot – please like Isralove on Facebook, Share via Twitter or Google Plus:




Ruth Winkler
About me

Founder & designer at Isralove, passionate about typography, Hebrew letters, Israeli art and handmade home decor. Graphic designer since 2008 and amateur photographer.

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Amy
Reply March 13, 2017

Great website, continue the goood work! Thank yoou

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