A few years ago I posted a craft idea on my blog. It describes using colorful twizzlers as edible perler beads to create colorful and edible works of art. After receiving a lot of positive feedback from my followers, I was invited to post a Chanukah version of the edible perler craft onwww.kosher.com.
For all of you looking for a fun activity to do with your family over Chanukah, this one appeals to kids (and adults) of all ages.
Donuts, donuts, donuts,Well…….if everyone’s noshing on donuts anyways, why not “dress them up” a bit and serve them as the dessert?! With this variety of donuts and filling options you’re sure to satisfy every palate while bringing a classy angle to your Chanukah Party/Family gathering etc.
My philosophy is that every celebration should include interesting and memorable details. This however, does not mean it has to be complicated, or expensive. Often, the most memorable party favor, table décor, or original presentation, is by taking regular household items and transforming them into an unforgettable memento that will remain with the guests long after the party is over. A couple of years ago, I did a Chanukah party setup for Mishpacha Magazine. Included in it was the following idea for Chanukah themed napkin rings. All it is, is pennies… but the décor, is priceless
Here is a Hanukkah game that is sure to keep all players laughing and giggling. My sister came up with this idea a few years ago, and it is always a blast to play.I hope that you will enjoy this game as much as my family does.
No more dried out markers for you with this Re"marker"able Menorah! What a genius idea! For this menorah, marker covers are set in Plaster of Paris, creating a fantastic marker organizer.You can be sure you wont ever lose a marker cover again! Packaged together with a cute coloring book, this can make a wonderful Hanukkah gift. Fun for children of all ages to create, this concept can be used in myriad projects throughout the year.