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Looking for an eye-catching place to organize Chanukah cards? Craft a beautiful container that families will cherish for many holidays to come.
Chanukah is an 8-day Jewish festival. During this time children play with a dreidel, a four-sided spinning top called a s'vivon in Hebrew. The names of the letters on dreidels stand for the phrase, "Ness Gadol Hayah Sham--a great miracle happened there." Dreidels are traditionally used to play a lively Chanukah game. Here’s one way to use the dreidel theme to make a holder for Chanukah cards. It makes a lovely gift!
Use Crayola® Scissors to cut off the top and most of two opposite sides of a square tissue box. Leave enough of the sides so the box stands upright. The box will look a bit like a napkin holder.
Use a Crayola Erasable Colored Pencil to trace around one side of the box twice on construction paper. Draw a large dreidel on each section. Color the dreidels with Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils.
Using the eraser, rub away color to form one of the four Hebrew letters found on a dreidel. Fill in the letters with another color and add a decorative border.
Outline the letters and enhance the border using Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry.
Cut out the dreidel pieces. Glue them on each end of the tissue box.
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