Round stickers that show the pride of lighting a candle on the Chanukah Menorah
Inspired by "I voted" -style stickers American voters receive at the polling stations after voting - that they wear with pride for having voted - and often take selfies with - and then post on social media to share with others that they voted- inspiring others to vote, too.
The stickers are for this upcoming Chanukah (December 2-December 10 2018). At Chanukah holiday events, we want people of all ages to put on the sticker after they (and/or their family) has lit the Chanukah candles on the Chanukah Menorah (Candelabra).
The images should be designed in a cool, modern way so that people want to wear them and share photos of themselves wearing them on social media.
The images of the 2017 Chanukah Across America campaign I attached are the color palette and tone we are looking for - however we do NOT need to use those specific images. We do not want it to look "cliche" - not blue/white or blue/silver
Using a candle + flame is not a requirement if you have a better idea of showing visually/typographically that the one wearing the sticker lit the Chanukah candle(s).
If a candle image and/or candle flame is used, we only want ONE candle/flame. [We want these stickers to be useful for any night of Chanukah and since we light an additional candle each night of Chanukah through the eighth night of Chanukah when we light 8 candles - there is no need to use a full menorah (candelabra) showing one - or several candles lit.]
If a flame image is used, we don't want it to look like the "Flame" emoji that resembles the high "lit" flame emoji.
No need to use the Jewish star icon
Things to know about Chanukah Candle Lighting:
- Chanukah and Hanukkah are the same holiday - just spelled differently. We use the "Chanukah" spelling.
- A Chanukah candle is lit with another candle, not a match.
>> I Lit --["I Lit" is not meant to convey that "I'm high" but that I literally lit a Chanukah candle.
>> Chanukah Across America
>> NJOP logo (attached)
>> (tiny) njop.org