Every year my family has a small Hanukkah celebration. It is so important for my family to learn about other religions and their celebrations. So, we started celebrating Hanukkah when the boys were younger. And, it has become an annual celebration that we all really look forward to. But, like everyone, life is absolutely nuts right now, so I was very happy to use and create simple Hanukkah table decor for our celebration.
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We have had so many small Hanukkah celebrations over the years. We don’t typically celebrate all eight nights, and if we do, we choose to do acts of service for seven nights, with one night of traditional celebrations. It has been such a great learning experience for our entire family to celebrate Hanukkah. But, these are some of our family’s favorite celebrations.
Simple Hanukkah Table Decor
This Hanukkah table took me less than an hour to style, including the DIY projects! I love it when I can put together a small celebration in less than an hour!
I started by creating cut files for the paper napkins and small wooden dreidels in Cricut Design Space. While I was waiting for those files to be cut, I started ironing the white table cloth and setting up the rest of the table. Once the table cloth was pressed, I added a pom pom garland, some gelt, our Menorah, and a small cake plate with donuts. I also filled a basket with silver and blue ornaments and a strand of white Christmas lights. I loved the way they looked on the kitchen counter, so they will stay there for the whole season.
Make Custom Holiday Napkins
I used scrap HTV and a package of paper napkins and created custom party napkins for less than $3! But, if you need to shop, click the Amazon links below to order everything you need!
After my Maker finished cutting all of the HTV for the napkins and dreidels, I weeded the excess vinyl, and began pressing the images onto the dreidels and napkins. I didn’t make too many napkins, since our celebration was limited to family.
These simple projects added just a small personal touch to our Hanukkah celebration!