One of the great beauties of Hanukkah is how little the holiday has changed since its inception. Often referred to as the Festival of lights, it's a celebration rich in tradition, occurring every year at any time between late November to late December.
This year, get creative with a few of our easy Hanukkah crafts. Affordable, festive and simple enough even the kids can help make them, they'll add a touch of the holiday to every one of those eight days of celebrating!
From upcycled menorahs and Hanukkah luminaries to edible dreidels and party poppers, we've got five Hanukkah crafts to enhance your fun this holiday season!
What's Hanukkah without a Menorah? Not only has it become a decorative symbol of the holiday, it also plays a central role in Hanukkah traditions. If you haven't got one already, and you're running low on funds this year, don't worry! Our first Hanukkah craft shows you how to DIY a Menorah with items you've already got on hand. Read More
Mason jars have taken the entertaining world by storm this past year, so why not use them to inspire some Hanukkah crafts? We're turning ours into little party gifts complete with delicious chocolate gelt and a little dreidel. Whether you give one to all the children in your home or offer them as party game prizes or holiday favors for all, they'll sure to be enjoyed. Read More
Inspired by the festival of lights, we've upcycled our aluminum soup and sauce cans into Hannukah decorations that are simple, yet warm and festive. Give our Hanukkah luminary craft a try with your decorating endeavors - they're simple to make, easy to customize and an inexpensive way to add a soft glow to your space! Read More
If you've got kiddies in your home, this next Hanukkah craft is bound to be a hit! Let them play with their food just this once to turn everyday treats into a holiday dessert that's fun and festive. They're not only fun to create, they also offer up a great opportunity to teach children about Hanukkah traditions. Read More
Sweet little gifts are just one reason we love celebrating Hanukkah with the family. Sure, it's great to receive, but we really love giving to the ones we love. This final DIY Hanukkah project isn't hard and it's not expensive or elaborate in any way. It's purely fun, and sure to bring lots of smiles to all those with whom you're celebrating the holiday. Read More
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