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12 Hanukkah Crafts to Try This Year

Posted by Emily Spicklemire

Celebrate the Festival of Lights with these DIYs!

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Time to DIY! Break out the silver, gold, and blue supplies, because Hanukkah is just around the corner! We found some of the best dreidel DIYs out there for you to recreate with your family this season. Many of these are simple enough for kids, so the everyone can get in on the crafty fun! We hope you try these out for the craftiest Hanukkah yet!

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This tape-resist Star of David craft is perfect for toddlers! Get all the steps from Melissa & Doug.

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All you need is very basic sewing skills for create these dreidel coasters! Learn how at Purl Soho.

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Wreaths are definitely not just for Christmas anymore. Learn how to make this Hanukkah version from Felt So Cute.

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There truly is so much you can do with an old toilet paper roll! Chai & Home shows you how to transform them into countdown pillow boxes.

Here's another great option for sharing treats all eight nights! Get the We R Memory Keepers Banner Punch Board here.

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Evermine shares these simple & sweet Hanukkah ornaments made out of that old crafting staple, popsicle sticks!

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This felt dreidel garland is adorable and easy enough for kids to make! Find instructions and two more Hanukkah crafts for kids at SheKnows.

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These tin can luminaries would make the perfect table decor! Plus, you probably have the supplies already. Get the tutorial from Chai & Home.

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Decorate with dreidels! This paper garland from Paging Super Mom is fun & festive.

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This dreidel wall art is seriously cool! Meri Cherry created it from her child's artwork. Whaaaat? It's stunning AND special.

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Stop everything that is a DINOSAUR MENORAH. Momfluential shows you how to turn plastic toys into a Menorah the whole family will love.

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This wine bottle Menorah is so simple & stylish! Via Little Miss Party Planner.

Which of these crafts are you going to try this Hanukkah season?