These dreidels are easy to make at home, and color-blocking gives them a mod, um, spin.
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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Paint square wooden tops in a brighter take on traditional blue-and-gold using a flat-edge brush and craft paint.

Step 2

For flawless lines, tape off half of each side either vertically or horizontally before painting, or alternate for a little variety.

Step 3

Let dry; write the Hebrew letters nun, gimel, he, and shin—one on each side—with a white paint pen; and give them a whirl.


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