Step 14: The one in the middle is the shamash

 Here's his finished shamash. I was rather impressed.
This is a great craft to do with the kids! We have used these led tea-lights in the past for our 6' outdoor menorah. I have a 10 month old and a 30 month old, this got me thinking that you could also use large baby food jars.<br>
do you celebrate chanukah?<br />
My grandmother calibrates <strong>EVERY&nbsp;THING.</strong>
&nbsp;Yes we do.&nbsp;
thats nice<br /> <br />
it's safe until you burn your finger off.
Those are LED tea lights--so no real flame = no burns = no worries! See?
oh! Sorry I did not read the howl thang 2.
thats a good idea could use it for and advent wreath <br />
&nbsp;So true! Thanks for the tip and comment!
Great project! Shalom and Happy Chanukah!
&nbsp;Thanks for commenting! Happy Chanukah to you as well!
You are more than welcome, but I celebrate the Winter Solstice.<br /> It's all good.&nbsp;;-)
&nbsp;great idea. &nbsp;I've got two little ones 4 yrs old and 2 yrs old, this will be a project that will be used for 8 nights of fun and even better will be aSAFE alternative!
&nbsp;Thanks for the comment! My daughter can't help being drawn to shiny things si it's a matter of time until she burns a digit on a flame. I'm hoping our LED menorah will prevent that a few more years.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Happy Chanukah to you and your family!<br />
Dawww, that's adorable! Also a good idea for those of us who aren't allowed to have candles in our living spaces (university housing). I&nbsp;may have to do something like this. Happy Chanukka :D<br />
&nbsp;Thanks! What an awesome idea about using this in flame-free spaces! Happy Chanukah !
&nbsp;Simple, easy and effective.<br /> <br /> You wrote a good 'ible my friend and have a lovely family.<br /> <br /> Happy holidays :)<br />
&nbsp;Thank you. Thank you very much! Happy Holidays to you too!

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