Chanukah Wall Hanging Craft

Written by chanie on December 1st, 2012


You know all those useless catalogs that stuff up your mailbox before the holidays? Well, it turns out they’re not always so useless. Especially when you’re stumped in the crafting department and you’re looking for some inspiration. The Land of Nod is a great place to find it. I was skimming through their overpriced catalog when I happened upon this idea. And when you have the Hanukkah decor squashed into a quarter of a page (against a several page spread of Christmas decorations) you’ve got to learn to be creative.  When I saw the countdown-to-Christmas calendar, I knew I had to make a Chanukah version with draidel pockets for each night. The pockets are perfect little holders for Chanukah chocolate coins, the real (green) stuff, draidels and little gifts. You can even use the center ribbon to personalize it for your family or child.

Hang this fun holiday wall hanging behind the menorah for some festive Hannukah decor.

Happy Crafting & Happy Chanukah!


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  1. Melissa says:

    You are so crafty and creative! I love this idea!

  2. I am totally impressed by this! And I can’t believe how easy it is to do…it’s like the Chanukah version of a Christmas stocking stuffer :)

  3. CHANIE says:

    ADORABLE!

  4. I love this so much! You are so creative. Thank you for sharing the templates so those of use with fewer crafty skills can attempt to make them.

  5. DLR says:

    Yours looks better than the one you copied!

  6. This actually looks like a craft even I could do, thanks for the easy instructions.

  7. Adorable! Have an amazing Chanukah, and would love to see you on Craft Schooling Sunday (when it resumes the first Sunday in January) for some more Jewish representation and kosher recipes!

  8. Victoria says:

    Love this! Must make it a yearly staple in my class!

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