Our series “Get Crafty” gives you the inspiration for creating inventive DIY projects during the holidays and year-round. These Hanukkah coloring pages and cards are great DIY crafts for the whole family to enjoy throughout the Festival of Lights. Color in a menorah and the Star of David, or send a family member a Hanukkah card.

Hanukkah is a festive holiday, filled with delicious food like latkes and jelly doughnuts, and games like spin the dreidel. But when you need a break from cooking or feeling the stress from these eight crazy nights, look to DIY crafts to bolster your holiday celebration. These Hanukkah crafts will entertain the kids and gives you a chance to connect with long-distance family members.

Hanukkah Coloring Pages

Hanukkah coloring sheet

One activity that’s sure to bring all the generations together? Coloring! Young or old, coloring in menorahs and the Star of David can make for relaxing family down-time (which you’ll need after eating all the latkes and gelt). These coloring pages are also a great way to for the kids to entertain themselves while you’re cooking or shopping for Hanukkah gifts!

Hanukkah Cards

If you can’t celebrate with a family member in person, you can still brighten their Festival of Lights with a homemade Hanukkah card. One of these cards is ready for a heartfelt message as soon as it’s printed, while the others have space for kids to color in, so go wild with the crayons.

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However you celebrate, the important part is to maintain your connection to your loved ones throughout the holiday season. Setting aside some family craft time or writing a card to bubbe and zayde is a great way to send love to those both near and far. Chag Sameach!


Brooke Younker has been on Harry & David's Social Media team since 2019. Her dad started working at the company the week she was born, so she grew up touring the candy kitchen and enjoying all the Moose Munch she could eat. When she's not writing about Royal Riviera Pears, you can find her exploring new mountain trails, trying new Southern Oregon wineries, or hanging out at her local CrossFit gym.

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