It is said that Torah is light. This craft uses copper foil, which allows you to create images that actually shine and reflect light. Copper foil is an elegant material that is simple to use, and fun to work with. You will create a copper relief of a dramatic image relating to Torah or scenes that make you think about Torah. For example, you could choose the image of the giving of the Torah, amidst thunder and lightning on Mount Sinai. Another image is the Ten Commandments, protected on both sides by two lions of Judah. MATERIALS 5 1/4 x 7 1/4 inch copper foil pieces (sold either in rolls or in sheets) 5 x 7 inch newsprint or computer paper Pencil Masking Tape Ball point pen Popsicle stick (or plastic/wood modeling tool) Pad of newspaper Liver of sulfur or India ink and paintbrush (optional) Colored sharpies (optional) 7 x 9 inch poster board or matte board Double-sided mounting tape Before you begin, ask an adult for help.