1. Push boundaries with a creative menorah
2. Go with gold
Hanukkah decorations can easily be dominated by blue and silver, so it is nice to glam it up with gold!
3. Craft beautiful table settings
We all know how long dinner with friends & family can last once people get talking, so meals are a great opportunity to make an impression with decorations. Gathering for meals is always fun, so why not make it beautiful too!
4. Reinvent the wreath
This is a decoration you can continue to use throughout winter after Hanukkah ends. Use pine branches to create a Star of David, and hang it on your door, above your mantle, or in your window!
5. Get creative with string lights
If you don’t have a tree to decorate, use string lights other places in your home. Create a focal piece on your wall like the one above by lining them on a sculpture made of branches.
7. Make an impression with DIY garlands
This tutorial shows you how to create these one-of-a-kind loopy garlands. Hang them in windows, across rooms, or as a backdrop for photo-ops.
8. Light the way with luminaries
You can easily create these yourself with white paper bags and electric tea lights. There’s no better way to welcome friends and family into your home than an awe-inspiring walkway.
Laurel & Wolf