Celebrate Hanukkah with our inspired crafts, gift wrap, favors, and decorations, including dreidels and menorahs. These ideas will help make all eight nights sparkle.
Handcrafted Hanukkah greetings with cut-out patterns offer a fun, personalized way to present gift cards.
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Stars made from folded paper are so easy to create that within a half hour you can have enough on hand to adorn all of your presents or string into garlands.
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For Hanukkah, set out a menorah composed of mini bottles clad in ribbon.
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Sufganiyot, or jelly doughnuts, can be given out as party favors when arranged in cupcake liners and packaged in cellophane bags.
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Construction paper chains and dreidels are made in blue and white, the colors of the Israeli flag.
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Hanukkah Gelt Bags
Each year, children celebrating Hanukkah receive a small bag filled with gelt, the Yiddish word for money. This year, fashion a gelt bag out of velvet and emboss it with holiday symbols.
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Let the kids make flame headpieces from red and yellow construction paper, then entertain the grownups with the story of the menorah.