Hanukkah Holiday Craft Ideas for Kids and Families to Make

Gearing up for the Jewish Festival of Lights? Make the season shine with sun catchers and wall art featuring dreidels, menorahs and the Star of David.

When it comes to celebrating Hanukkah, what kind of craft projects do your children like to make? Some of my favorite blogs that I read and Pinterest boards that I follow have been sharing so many great ideas for crafters of all ages, including us grown-ups. In this week’s Make It roundup, we’re featuring a few of my favorites as we await the first night of Hanukkah not too far from now.

Happy Hanukkah Wall Art

Photo from MeriCherry.com

I love that this project is a parent-and-child collaboration by Meri Cherry. Child artwork is cut down into dreidel shapes and then paired together for a modern holiday look.

Hanukkah Tissue Paper Sun Catchers

Photo from CraftProjectIdeas.com

Let the holiday light shine through your windows thanks to these sun catchers from Craft Project Ideas. The Star of David shapes are made with wooden craft sticks.

Paper Plate and Clothespin Menorah

Photo from pleasantestthing.com

Clothespins act as candles for a flameless version of a Hanukkah icon, the menorah, in this tutorial from The Pleasantest Thing.

Paper Plate Star of David

Photo from MakeandTakes.com

This rustic-looking Star of David is a wonderful, simple craft activity for children by Make and Takes. It also doubles as a wreath for a piece of home decor, too!

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