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Every Friday my children light the Shabbat candles. My 10 year old handles the matches skillfully, while my 3 year old daughter gets help from my husb...
To make a tot-friendly menorah you'll need:8 recycled glass jars all the same size1 recycled glass jar that's taller than all the restMod Podge (I us...
Don't forget to also gather:LED tea lightsOptional number stickers (I didn't have any so I used my trusty label maker. I also used it to label the sha...
Spread out some newspaper on your work space to protect it from the gooey Mod Podge.
If you are using tissue paper recycled from a gift bag you'll want to flatten out the wrinkles. To do this you'll want to set your iron on low heat an...
Cut up a bunch of small squares and rectangles from your freshly flattened recycled white tissue paper.
Take one of the eight small jars and coat it with a nice layer of Mod Podge. Use brushstrokes that run from the top rim to the bottom edge of the jar,...
Use the squares and rectangles you cut out of white tissue paper to cover the jar, sticking it to the layer of Mod Podge you just brushed on. Overlap ...
While you're waiting, cut out flames and candles from your yellow and blue tissue paper. Make sure they're big enough to fit on the jars you just cove...
Once the white layer of tissue paper is dry, it's time to add the "candles" to the jar. Use a little swipe of the Mod Podge to secure the flame to the...
Using a little more Mod Podge, glue to candle to to bottom of the flame making sure to overlap it a little onto the flame. Do the last two steps to al...
Number your menorah jars (candles) by placing a number sticker on each jar. I used my label maker to make my numbers since I wasn't ready to go out to...
One the jars have had a chance to dry you'll want to put a finishing coat on each of the jars. Coat each jar with long brushstrokes of Mod Podge. Thi...
At this point my son came into the room and pointed out that we didn't make a shamash. I mentioned that we didn't need to make one as we aren't really...
Here's his finished shamash. I was rather impressed.
Now you're armed with a tool to guarantee that this year's Chanukah menorah lighting will be tear-free.
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