Although Hanukkah is not normally thought of as a great dining occasion like Passover is, let’s face it, most of us do indeed sit down and have a special meal with friends and family. Give your guests the special treatment by creating an interesting Hanukkah place setting to sit down to. Here are a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing:
Martha’ Stewart’s Dreidel Place Card Craft Project pulls double-duty as a treat box and place card. Goes perfectly with your table when made with a coordinating paper.
Not crafty? No problem. Peace Love Light shop has coordinating place cards and napkins for Hanukkah.
Use your Hanukkah themed cookie cutters to make cute napkin rings for your Hanukkah table.
Alternately, if you have the cutters, use them to make cookies and add a sweet treat for guests when they sit down to the table.
Start a new tradition with a bang by hacking a regular cracker and turning it into a Hanukkah one.
So many cute traditions…fortunately, it is an eight day festival!