This is my new mezuzah case. A place where a Jew will live for more than a month should have one of these on the right-hand doorpost. The case contains a parchment scroll called a klaf, with holy scripture written on it.
This is a wall hanging I made. The background is two pieces of gray handkerchief sewn together. In the center is a Jewish star; what else would I put in the center? The upper left corner is the garden-themed corner, with flowers and vines. The upper right corner is the sky-themed corner, with clouds and bluebirds. In the lower left corner is a house on a hill, and in the lower right corner is a heart.
And this is another wall hanging I made. This one will serve as my mizrach. The word mizrach means East, which is the direction Jews face when we pray. Used as a noun, mizrach means something special to hang on the eastern wall.