From Phil @ MAKE:
The winners are up from the NPR holiday craft contest are up!
“Most end-of-the-year recaps include a plethora of notable news stories. Five for Friday’s recap is much easier to digest: It consists of 2006-themed ornaments and menorahs submitted for NPR’s first craft contest, from a bulb wrapped in telephone records (we’re talking about you, Hewlett Packard) to a candlebrum honoring the eight planets (with apologies to poor, demoted Pluto).
We received photos of more than 100 handmade entries — and a few Photoshopped submissions as well. “ Pictured here is CRAFT friend Julie Jackson’s “Truthiness” Elf and Shirley Short’s gas prices menorah. [ via ] Link & photos.
Rabbi Jack, Carla (CRAFT), NPR and Phil (MAKE) were judges.