Hanukkah symbols are used to decorate the homes
during Hanukkah. Here are some tips on how to decorate using Chanukkah
Hanukkah is celebrated by Jewish people across the
world with gaiety and gusto. As the festival approaches, Jews proudly
display Hanukkah symbols in and around their homes. Common Hanukkah
symbols are the Menorah, freshly cut evergreens and dreidels. The Jewish
people eagerly decorate their homes with Hanukkah symbols in order to
reveal their spiritual mood to the people around them. Here in this
article, we have given some tips on how to decorate your premises with
- The festival of Chanukkah is a grant celebration. So, keep the
decorations impressive. Arrange a majestic display of the
traditional Hanukkah symbols that is, sprig of freshly cut
evergreens along with your Menorah and a couple of dreidels across
the mantelpiece of your fireplace.
- You may also decorate the mantelpiece with chocolate coins
wrapped in silver or gold foils. This will create the perfect
festive atmosphere at your home.
- Decorate your dining table with Chanukkah symbols. Keep some
dreidels on your coffee table. This will encourage your children to
play the dreidel game, at the same time, keep up the festive spirit
at your home.
- Blue and silver are the colors of Hanukkah. So, fill your home
with blue and white colored decorative items. Use blue and silver
colored candles for your Menorah. Decorate the entranceway of your
home with huge banner painted in blue and silver white, to welcome
your guests during the Hanukkah season.
- Decorate your home with strings of blue colored lights as the
Hanukkah season approaches. Outline the window and doorframes with
strings of blinking blue lights.
- The large Star of David (a combination of two blue triangles to
form a six-pointed star) is another Jewish symbol. Blue colored
lights illumination at your home is an announcement of Hanukkah. So
this time, decorate your home with the Star of David and convey your
message of festive spirit to others.
- So this year, make a couple of Stars of David using blue and
white cardboard, foil, or construction paper and hang them on your