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  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Gretchen Siegchrist, left, and daughter Clare Kurtzman, right, 6, of Easthampton, apply decoupage to a VHS case to create a base for a menorah during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Across the table are Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Gretchen Siegchrist, left, and daughter Clare Kurtzman, right, 6, of Easthampton, apply decoupage to a VHS case to create a base for a menorah during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Across the table are Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Eitan Mendelowitz of Northampton helps his daughter Amalya, 6, show off their completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. In foreground is a menorah made by Willa Polin, 6, of Northampton, from a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Eitan Mendelowitz of Northampton helps his daughter Amalya, 6, show off their completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. In foreground is a menorah made by Willa Polin, 6, of Northampton, from a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton, holds her just-completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware in a DIY menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.

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    Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton, holds her just-completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware in a DIY menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds, gets some pointers from Amber Ladley on applying decoupage to jar lids that will be used to hold candles in a menorah. Ladley is a co-owner of Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton, which hosted a workshop on making your own menorah Sunday. At left is Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds, gets some pointers from Amber Ladley on applying decoupage to jar lids that will be used to hold candles in a menorah. Ladley is a co-owner of Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton, which hosted a workshop on making your own menorah Sunday. At left is Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/><br/>Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton, complete their menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, a plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.

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    Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton, complete their menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, a plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Deborah Keisch Polin and her children Jasper, 4, and Willa, 6, of Northampton, created a menorah out of one record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop last week at the art workshop space Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.<br/>Doing it themselves

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Deborah Keisch Polin and her children Jasper, 4, and Willa, 6, of Northampton, created a menorah out of one record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop last week at the art workshop space Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.
    Doing it themselves Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>This menorah was created by Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds using a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    This menorah was created by Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds using a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Gretchen Siegchrist, left, and daughter Clare Kurtzman, right, 6, of Easthampton, apply decoupage to a VHS case to create a base for a menorah during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. Across the table are Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Eitan Mendelowitz of Northampton helps his daughter Amalya, 6, show off their completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton. In foreground is a menorah made by Willa Polin, 6, of Northampton, from a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton, holds her just-completed menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, plastic spool and metal hardware in a DIY menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds, gets some pointers from Amber Ladley on applying decoupage to jar lids that will be used to hold candles in a menorah. Ladley is a co-owner of Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton, which hosted a workshop on making your own menorah Sunday. At left is Amalya Mendelowitz, 6, of Northampton.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/><br/>Yosh Schulman and his son Tal, 6, of Northampton, complete their menorah made from a decoupaged VHS case, a plastic spool and metal hardware during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Deborah Keisch Polin and her children Jasper, 4, and Willa, 6, of Northampton, created a menorah out of one record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a do-it-yourself menorah workshop last week at the art workshop space Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.<br/>Doing it themselves
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>This menorah was created by Talia Gordon, 10, of Leeds using a record album, nine decoupaged jar lids, bottle caps and a microfilm reel during a workshop Sunday at Knack: The Art of Clever Reuse in Easthampton.

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