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Family Fun: Candy Dreidels - Make adorable edible candy dreidels for Hanukkah with your kids using kosher marshmallows, Nutella, pretzels and gel icing!

Give your kids a little salty-sweet chocolate treat with these edible marshmallow dreidels.                 What you'll need: jumbo marshmallows, stick pretzels, Nutella Hazelnut spread, chocolate candy kisses, cake decorating gel                 Make it: Push a pretzel into the flat side of the marshmallow. Use the Nutella as "glue" to attach the kiss to the flat end of the marshmallow. Then, pipe on one of the four Hebrew dreidel letters onto the surface of the marshmallow with blue cake…

Festive & Fun Hanukkah Crafts & Recipes

Marshmallow Dreidels: Give your kids a little salty-sweet chocolate treat with these edible marshmallow dreidels.

Hanukkah Napkins

Dreidel napkin ring idea - Instead of ribbon we could use colored wire or colored elastic

quick, cheap DIY

Mini Havdalah candle (twisted Hanukkah candles)

Sew these adorable coasters. | 21 Super Cute Ways To Decorate For Hanukkah

21 Super Cute Ways To Decorate For Hanukkah

Lucky us—this delightful watercolor print from Molly of Digital Press Creations  is completely gratis. (It also comes in a Star of David version.)

15 Free Printables For Your Fall and Winter Decor

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25 DIY Chanukah crafts to do w/ kids @ decorating-by-daydecorating-by-day

Handmade Hanukkah: 25 Hanukkah Crafts to Make With Kids. Here are some really fun and festive Hanukkah decorations for parents and kids of all ages!

Judaism - Hanukkah, also romanized as Chanukah or Chanuka, also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE. Hanukkah is observed for eight nights and days.

Hanukkah, the festival of Lights, begins on the day of the Jewish month of Kislev, and lasts for eight days. Hanukkah Infographic Everything you need to know about Hanukkah.

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