8 DIY Hanukkah Home Decoration Ideas
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Hanukkah 2020 will begin on the evening of Thursday, December 10 and end on the evening of Friday, December 18, 2020. Whether you plan to celebrate at home or host a Holiday dinner that includes Jewish friends, here’s a complete DIY decoration checklist with everything you will need to celebrate properly!
5 Must-Have Hanukkah Home Decorations Checklist
1. A Menorah
A proper one should have nine branches – one for each of the eight nights of Hanukkah and then a ‘shamash’, the center candle which is used for lighting the other candles.
2. Hanukkah candles
Make sure they fit in the menorah you own.
3. Hanukkah Gelt, aka chocolate coins
A bag per person or enough to have one at each person’s table setting is how many you should buy.
Hanukkah spinning tops, are cute for decorations as well as Hanukkah games post- dinner.
5. Anything blue, white, and silver for decor
From table centerpieces, to napkins, to flowers, these are the colors dedicated to the Holiday!
Prepare your home for Hanukkah celebrations with these elegant crafts for the season. These easy eight DIY Hanukkah decorations will add a homemade and heartfelt touch to your holiday.
DIY Personalized Marbled Menorah
Includes a free downloadable mold pattern. You pick what dye to use for your own personalized marbled menorah. Gray and silver would create a faux-marble look for an affordable price, but we went with traditional blue and white. Via BHG.com
DIY Star of David Plate Settings
Tie a few leafed branches into a Star of David shape for an inexpensive addition to your Hanukkah table. Trim extra leaves from the stems, leaving a few leaves just at the tips. Stem-color twine keeps everything in place. Via BHG.com
DIY Hanukkah Serving Tray
Upgrade a plain white serving tray or cake pedestal for the holiday with strips of foil tape. Via BHG.com
- Cut thin strips and apply them on the platter in the shape of a Star of David.
- To create sharp points, cut ends of the tape at an angle.
- The tape peels off effortlessly when you're done! Easy!
DIY Dreidel Wall Hanging Puts a New Spin on Hanukkah Decor
The dreidel, one of the most recognized symbols of Hanukkah, lends itself to a graphic wall hanging that playfully represents the eight days of the holiday. Make the decoration in just a few hours using a custom pattern and some basic supplies. Personalize it with your favorite colors, beads, sequins or even little toys dangling from the bottom of the dreidel. Let’s get started. Via Houzz.com
DIY Hanukkah Gelt
Gelt refers to both money and chocolate coins that are given during the festival of Hanukkah. Why not make your own? Via Ohnuts.com
This Hanukkah decor will make the Festival of Lights that much brighter! Perfect for a table or kitchen island. Why you’ll love it! Shop here.
- Sophisticated decoration
Designed for those who appreciate elegance, this party good will lend an air of sophistication to your table. Made of gleaming stainless steel, chrome, beautiful ribbons and thick card stock that's been treated to resist fading.
Scale matters, so we designed this Hanukkah centerpiece to make an impact. Measuring 22" x 36" x 4", it will look gorgeous on your dining room table, kitchen island or coffee table.
- Looks Great with a Menorah
Add a fun, festive touch to your Hanukkah decorating. This centerpiece will make your holiday even more memorable.
- Invest in quality
Well-chosen home accessories designed to last for years are always preferred to hordes of inexpensive, disposable items that fill landfills.
- Made in the USA
Our party goods are handcrafted it the USA. It delights us that we can employ fellow Americans to help make birthdays happier.
The Hanukkah Centerpiece ships in one box and contains:
- 1 Celebration Stand
- 1 Hanukkah banner
- 1 bow tie
DIY Numbered napkins
This simple craft will help you transform ordinary napkins into a celebration of the eight nights of Hanukkah. Via DesignMegillah
DIY Stacked Hanukkah Candles
With a simple process and kid-friendly steps, you can transform a bag of wax and colorful crayons into pretty candles. Make a set for Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, or just because. Via Parents
We hope that these DIY home decoration ideas will help make all eight nights sparkle. Don’t forget to explore all our holiday party kits and centerpieces that guarantee a stress-free decor set-up.