Here's a fun decoupage kid's craft for Hanukkah that will add some cheer to your home! I know that I can always use some festive handmade containers to hold hanukkah candles, dreidels, or even special treats around holiday time, and this little box is already setting the tone for our Hanukkah decorating! No strict blue and silver scheme here, which in any case is just a commercial fabrication, I'm happy to say— meaning go to town with color this Hanukkah!
- small rectangles of colored tissue paper
- mod podge sparkle, or any decoupage medium, but love the sparkle!
- a brush
- a white box
Using a medium sized paint brush, apply mod podge to the box, working on small areas at a time, and carefully apply rectangles of tissue paper. Cover with another layer of mod podge and make sure all the corners and edges are adhered to the box.
Note: This craft actually came about after we finished making the menorah from the Kiwi Crate Handmade Hanukkah kit, which I wrote about here. There were some left over supplies and boxes that I just couldn't throw out, and yet saving them also seemed a little silly........so there on the spot I got to work making this fun little project! Thanks Kiwi Crate for providing enough little tissue paper squares in your kit to make a few extra projects, and a nice white box that was happily up-cycled to help us keep the little stuff organized this Hanukkah!