11 Easy and Festive Crafts to Make with Your Kids This Hanukkah
Eight crazy nights of Menorahs, dreidels, and Stars of David!
Budding painters make gorgeous designs using bright watercolors on plain dreidel cutouts. Find out more from Creative Jewish Mom.
Tape it up
Washi tape makes simple designs pop with fun patterns and colors. Send them out to wish loved ones a happy Hanukkah. Visit Creative Jewish Mom to learn more.
A few snips are all it takes to create these repeating patterns. Even with sloppy edges, they’ll create a pretty glow for your family’s celebration. Learn more from Creative Jewish Mom.
Dance the night away
Kids will have just as much creating these dancing decorations as they will playing with them. Attach arms to paper menorahs, doughnuts, oil flasks, and more for a fun afternoon craft. Get the directions from Creative Jewish Mom.
Turn your kid’s old artwork into gorgeous dreidel wall art. Their funky color choices and splashes of paint will look like a cool, modern art piece. Learn more from Meri Cherry.
These simple masking tape menorahs get a personalized touch with fingerprint flames—and your kids will love getting their hands dirty. Learn more from Simple Play Ideas.
Little hands get motor skill practice by attaching clothespin candles to this cardboard menorah. Head over to Moms & Crafters for the full instructions.
Down to the nuts and bolts
A plain wooden block gets a major update with paint, felt, rhinestones, and anything else your kids can dream up. Simple nuts from the hardware store become makeshift candle holders for this not-so-basic menorah. Get the full instructions from Sheri Silver.