Get the creative juices flowing and beautify your home this coming holidays with these simple, yet beautiful DIY Décor projects.
This do-it-yourself rustic modern retreat is made up of paper bags and colorful numbers simply look gorgeous.
Bore tin cans using nails and form star shaped holes for some Chanukah Tin Can Luminaries.
Use patterned paper to make cute little dreidel garland, and decorate your walls, staircases and mantels with it.
Nothing fancy here, just a star wreath made of simple materials. Obviously easy to make and give your own twist.
Use wooden blocks and cheery paint colors to make a modern menorah. Of course, pair it with a shiny candle holder.
Save yourself from hassle and print everything you need.
Let your kids help you decorate your home, and come up with something like this Hanukkah décor. It can be a nice bonding time for the family.
Create Hanukkah ornaments using simple materials, such as this Popsicle stick.
Another easy way to save yourself from trouble is to choose nice fonts and letterings, cut them out and hang them on your wall.
Make a cute calendar for the 8 nights of Hanukah using eight night of surprises wall hanging.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights in style with something as colorful as this confetti-filled crackers.
The Festival of Lights can be a festival of balloons, lanterns and even tassels for your home.
Use your classic Hanukah toys to make a DIY Dreidel Wreath! All you need is a ribbon, glue gun, wreath form, and of course, a handful of small dreidels.
Using felts and wooden beads, you can make a unique garland with a personal touch.
Gather old wine bottles, spray paint them with gold, and voila! You have instant candle holders for your table this Hanukah.
Your wreath doesn’t always have to be circular, you can also choose a star shaped Hanukah wreath, and it’s extremely easy.
Some branches and acrylic paint and ties are all you need to make a Star of David Art.
Love paper crafting? Why not make your own Chanukkah Door Décor?