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Monday, November 25, 2013

Hanukkah Craft Round Up

Have I mentioned that Hanukkah starts this week? Like two days from now actually? No, I’m not ready yet. Maybe I will be by Wednesday night, but I guess we’ll have to wait and see! This month’s craft challenge was to create a holiday related craft, and since I didn’t do that myself, instead I’m sharing a round-up of the coolest Hanukkah related projects I found on the web.


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Handprint Menorah via Little Learners’ Lounge

Tissue Paper Crafts via Creative Jewish Mom

Dreidel Game In A Jar via Pretty Prudent

Hanukkah Menorah From Recycled Cardboard Tubes via Creative Jewish Mom

Cardboard Tube Menorah via Joyful Jewish

Stained Glass Designs via Matzo Ball Soup

Clothespin Menorah via Scrumdilly-Do

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Paper Plate and Clothespin Menorah via The Pleasantest Thing

LED Tea Light Menorah via Instructables

Hanukkah Coasters via The Purl Bee

Cards From Magazine Cut Outs via Dim Sum, Bagels, and Crawfish

Hanukkah Menorah
Pom Pom Menorah via A Few of My Favorite Things

Village Menorah via Alpha Mom

Hanukkah Silhouette Cards via Joyful Jewish

Lego Menorah via Joyful Jewish

Craft Stick Menorah via Kiboomu Kids Crafts

I hope these craft ideas inspire you! I’ll be sharing the crafts my kids made in school later this week!


Janine Huldie said...

Even though we don't celebrate and celebrate Christmas, you truly found couch a great selection of crafts for Hanukkah. I especially loved the one that included Legos!! :)

tamarsb said...

These are so fun! I am doing contact paper "stain glass" dreidels and a pop-art inspired one too!

Holly Higgins said...

I love the Lego menorah!

Dara said...

thanks Janine!

Dara said...

those are so pretty!

Dara said...

me too! Gabbie actually built one out of her legos but I never got a good picture of it.

Holly Higgins said...

Have you ever been to Lego Kids Fest? If you haven't, go to one near you. We went last year and it was awesome! I think A and I had more fun than the kids :-)

Dara said...

I don't think it comes here. I wish it would!

Holly Higgins said...

It changes every year. The closest to you next year is Dallas...unless you'd like to make a trip to Indy... ;-)

mail4rosey said...

You've highlighted a ton of fun things to make here!! We recently used cardboard tubes for decorations too. :) Thank you for linking to Super Sunday Sync.

Dara said...

let me know! :)

Dara said...

cardboard tubes are very diverse!

Dara said...

I agree, that's a cute one!