Hanukkah Candy Treats
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This time of year I’m always busy making homemade Christmas treats for family and friends. My friend, K., and her children celebrate Hanukkah, so I’m blessed to be able to make something a bit different from the rest of my holiday crafts for her. I shared the Hanukkah Treat Bags I made for my friend, K., and her family the other day. My goal is to make a treat for each of the 8 days of Hanukkah, so today I’m sharing these Hanukkah Candy Treats.
I found this blue and white candy that is perfect for making Hanukkah treats.
Blue and white candy
Spice jars or small clear containers
Ribbon and embellishment
Simply use the glue strips to attach the ribbon and embellishments to the jars. Fill the jars with candy and you’re ready to go! It took about 8 minutes to make these jars (it would have been 4 if I’d had another set of hands to hold the jar from rolling around when I was attaching the ribbon).
I hope these small gifts let K. know that we care for her and that we’re celebrating the miracle and Festival of Lights with her. Who do you know that celebrates Hanukkah? Take a few minutes to make them a Hanukkah candy treat (or 8) to let them know you’re thinking of them this holiday season.
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These are soooooooooo cute!!
Can I also have of these…. ?? 🙂 🙂
Love the colors btw (they’re symbolized Israel)
Happy Hanukkah, Winnie!