Hanukkah Art and Craft Projects

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Hanukkah Peace
Print and color the Hanukkah Peace reproducible. Cut out design. Place design on several layers of newspaper. Dip a cotton ball in cooking oil and rub down the entire design to create an oil-paper window hanging.

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Hanukkah Scratch Art

Supplies:
Cardstock
Scissors
Light blue and dark blue oil pastels or wax crayons
Pointed stick

Print Star of David shape onto cardstock. Cut out. Apply a heavy layer of dark blue oil pastel or crayon to the entire surface, leaving no white spots. Apply a layer of light blue oil pastel or crayon on top of the dark blue. No dark blue should show through. Use a sharpened wooden stick to etch a Hanukkah message and holiday designs onto the star.

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My Menorah

Print My Menorah reproducible. Have each child color in his or her own menorah and color, cut, and paste Shamash candle in the center of the menorah. Color, cut, and paste one additional candle each day of Hanukkah until all the Hanukkah lights are lit.

As a variation, print menorah reproducible only. Instead of cutting and pasting candles, have children stamp candles using a 5" x 3/4" inch strip of sponge dipped in paint. Children may stamp the flames as well or simply use crayons to "light" a candle each day.

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Shimmering Stars

Supplies:
Cardstock
Scissors
Paint
Salt
Yarn
Print Star of David shape onto cardstock. Cut out. Paint blue, white, or gold. While paint is still wet, sprinkle salt onto the surface. Allow to dry flat. Glue a yarn loop to the back and hang up. The salt will make these simple star ornaments sparkle.

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Star of David Photo Frames

Supplies:
Wooden craft sticks
Wood glue
Blue acrylic paint
White acrylic paint
Glitter, glitter glue, or plastic gems (as desired)
Yarn
Photo

Use three wooden craft sticks and wood glue to create a triangle. Use three more craft sticks and wood glue to create a second triangle. Glue triangles together in a star shape and allow glue to dry thoroughly.

Once stars have dried, paint them in Hanukkah colors. Decorate with glitter, glitter glue, plastic gems, etc. After paint and decorations have dried, paste child's photo in the center of the star and add a yarn loop for hanging.

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