Today is the first day of Hanukkah, and for those of you celebrating, I found a few new tricks and a few old ones to honor the Festival of Lights!
Check out Frog Prince Paperie's printable party filled with lots of fun, including milk carton and dreidel boxes.
I love seeing what Creative Jewish Mom has to offer! She repurposed her nesting dreidel PDF into instant gift wrap.
I'm pretty sure marshmellow is kosher? The crafty chica that is Lizard & Ladybug made a cute dreidel with chocolate and a pretzel stick. My crazy sees dipping the whole thing in white candy melt, writing the symbols on with a black food writing pen, and packaging in a clear bag with a ribbon. I know. Don't judge.
You don't have to use real candles for your menorah. Can't you just see 8 of these from FamilyFun perfect for a tabletop or mantle?
Amy Atlas also used cookies for her menorah.
Check out this amazing dessert table from Blow Out Party! Loving her ribbon backdrop, and check out ger 'menorah', they are vases filled with blue, dried Eucalyptus branches. I know, right?
Not enough? Check out my post from last year, Eight Crazy Nights for more inspiration!
Labels: party themes, winter celebrations