All the Sukkot Decorations and Crafts Your Sukkah Needs – Kveller
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All the Sukkot Decorations and Crafts Your Sukkah Needs

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The Jewish festival of Sukkot, in which Jews traditionally spend time in a ceremonial hut called a sukkah, starts on the evening October 9, and ends on the evening of Sunday, October 16 this year.

Sukkot is such a delightful Jewish holiday for children. The opportunity to sit outside as a family and have meals and share time together in a decorated sukkah invokes the same kind of intimate magic of hanging out in a tent or pillow fort — which, as you know, are spaces universally beloved by kids.

Another lovely thing about Sukkot is adding personal touches to your sukkah — there are lots of great Jewish crafts and DIY activities to help make time in the sukkah even more special.

Here are our favorite Sukkot crafts and DIY decorations:

Crafts to decorate the sukkah:

Paper chains

Popsicle star of David bunting from Punk Torah

Paper half moon garlands from Make It Jewish

Etrog sun catcher from Tori Avey

Sukkah decorations from old CDs from Beyond the Balagan

Foil fruit, glitter dough stars and links of love chains from Reform Judaism

Calendar starburst wall decoration from Creative Jewish Mom

Custom canvas sukkot walls from Everyday Jewish Mom

Paper decorations from Yaara music

Hanging glitter pinecones from Make It Jewish

DIY tree branch from recycled artwork from Creative Jewish Mom

Fruit and veggie printed banners and magazine ornaments from PJ Library

Painted wood pumpkins from Make It Jewish

Simple pipe cleaner decorations from Pinterest 

Hoop collages, ribbon mobiles and bird mobiles from Esther O

Fabric garland from Make It Jewish

Other Sukkot crafts:

Lulav craft stick with pom pom etrog from Make It Jewish

Sukkah collage from Joyful Jewish

Popsicle sukkah from Pinterest

Edible sukkah

Lego sukkah from Bible Belt Balabusta

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