As Holiday approaches, you may be seeking ways to celebrate with family. You can celebrate Hanukkah by making crafts with your children and loved ones.

From dreidel garlands to paper menorahs and even a wall-hanging for presents, these adorable craft ideas are sure to thrill your youngsters about the Festival of Lights. Each of Hanukkah’s eight nights can be celebrated in a different way, whether you choose to do eight other things or spend an evening constructing one of your favorites. Regardless, your family will have a great day playing with their imaginations and creating lasting memories.

You and your family can enjoy the holiday season by making these fun and colorful crafts!

Hanging Hanukkah Countdown in Your Pocket

This charming wall project may be used year after year as an interactive hanging decoration. Your children will look forward to unwrapping a new Hanukkah gift each night and finding a surprise inside! Even though it appears complicated, putting it together is really straightforward.

Menorah made on marbled paper.

Incredibly, this marbled menorah is created almost entirely of paper! Imagine this beauty above your mantle—it will give your decorations a personal, handmade touch. Aside from that, you’ll have as much pleasure building it as you will appreciating it during Christmas.

Bead Dreidel 3D

This homemade Dreidel is sure to impress your Hanukkah guests. A hot glue gun and some Perler beads are required to make this one-of-a-kind project. Even when you’re done, you can use it to play Dreidel!

Garland of Lights for the Holidays

Anyone can make this beautiful garland, even if they’ve never made anything before! Put together a festive Hanukkah activity using a few blue and white fabrics, pom-poms, and stars of David.

Paper Star Garland

Even if you’ve never made a garland before, this one is a terrific way to add some holiday cheer to your living area. Stringing tiny Stars of David onto spools of string and displaying them for everyone to see is a fun activity for kids. Get your craft on with some card stock and transparent string!

Menorah with prints made by human hands

Even the youngest members of your family will be able to participate in this creation. Hanukkah celebrations can be enhanced by having each child create their own handprint menorah to commemorate the Holiday.

Dreidel made out of paper.

Thanks to this handy craft kit, making a paper dreidel has never been easier. You only need a free dreidel template, a pair of scissors, and some glue to get started! Each family member can make a unique Chanukah Dreidel from a selection of four vibrant colors.

Paper Dreidel Garland

This dreidel garland is perfect if you’re in a hurry and don’t want to put in a lot of effort. A few markers, some string, and a free garland pattern are all you need to get started. Decorate your dreidels with glitter, stickers, and rhinestones if you’d like, or use the traditional white and blue markers if you prefer.

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