Fimo Art & Bracelets: Bogrim and Solelim

These chanichot (above) from Solelim are relaxing and making string bracelets, during a quick rest and respite stop at Omanut (art) on their way from aruchat tzaharayim (lunch) to menuha (rest).

Fimo Art! A fun, colorful art form that one bakes in a toaster oven.  Fimo is a type of polymer clay.  These Bogrim chanichot (campers) (below, right) enjoy their Fimo Art chug (elective) and are making small objects including small food items and small animals such as pigs.  This chug is led by artist & Rabbi Marcy Delbick, picture below left.



Categories: Bogrim, Chugim, Omanut, Solelim