Sukkot Crafts

If autumn comes, can Sukkot be far behind? The merry Jewish festival comes again here and provides you with the opportunity to indulge in some clean fun. TheHolidaySpot tosses at you some cool craft ideas to help you build some great crafts for the occassion. Go through these easy Sukkot craft ideas and construct some fabulous homemade crafts to decorate your home with and also to gift to your dear ones during the festival. If you want to share these fantastic Sukkot Crafts with your pals, simply click here and send to them this page.
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Sukkot Lantern

Things needed:
1) Colourful construction paper - 2 large, rectangular sheets.
2) A string of medium length.
3) A pair of scissors.
4) Stapler.
5) A Pencil.

How to make:
1) Take one of the colorful rectangular construction papers. Staple its narrow sides to form a cylinder.

2) Now take the other rectangular piece of construction paper. Fold it in the middle to get two rectangles, one atop another.

3) Starting from the bottom of the folded paper, mark lines with pencil to about 3/4 of its total height. Draw the lines every 2 " (about 5 cms) apart and also leaving 2" from each side of the paper.

4) Using scissors, cut along the lines from the bottom of the folded paper.

5) Unfold the paper. Staple it on the first cylinder.

6) Keeping 2" from the top and 2" from the bottom of the cylinder, try to make the cut fold stand out.

7) Cut long pieces out of the other colorful construction paper. Staple the pieces at the bottom of the cylinder to form tassels. Make 2 holes facing each other at the top. Pass the string through them and hang from anywhere you like.



Sukkot Wind Sock

Things needed:
1) Colourful construction/crepe paper - 2 large, rectangular sheets.
2) A string of medium length.
3) A pair of scissors.
4) Stapler.

How to make:
1) Staple the narrow sides of one of the colorful rectangular construction papers to form a long cylinder.

2) Cut 2" wide strips out of the construction paper or crepe paper. Staple these at intervals of 1" (2.5 cm) at the bottom of the cylinder.

3) Make 2 holes on opposite sides of the upper portion of the cylinder.

4) Pass the string through the holes and tie the ends into a knot. Your Wind Sock is ready to hang.



Little Sukkah Craft

Things needed:
1) A small box (preferably a shoe box)
2) Twigs and leaves.
3) Colourful construction paper.
4) A pair of strong scissors.
4) Markers.
5) Glue.
6) A spool of thread.
7) Dried fruit, raisins, dates and/or figs
8) Magazines (optional).

How to make:
1) Use your scissors to cut off one long side of the box.
2) Cut out slots from the bottom of the box for the "sekhakh", or roof of your sukkah.
3) Using thread, tie the twigs and leaves through the slots. This will form a leafy roof for your sukkah.
4) Decorate the inner as well as outer sides of the walls of your sukkah. Colour the walls with your markers. If you want, you can also paste construction paper designs or magazine picture cut-outs on the walls.
5) Using threads, hang the dried fruit, raisins, dates and figs from the slots in the sukkah roof.



Etrog and Lulav

Things needed:
1) Paper towel tube
2) Green construction paper - 2 sheets.
3) A pair of strong scissors.
4) Staples/tape.
5) Glue.
6) Cardboard egg carton.
7) Yellow paint.
8) Magazines (optional).

How to make:
1) Wrap the paper towel with one of the construction paper sheets. Glue or tape in place.

2) Cut long "fringes" in the other construction paper sheet, leaving about 2-3" along the edge untrimmed.

3) Turn over the fringe to push it into the paper towel tube. Secure in place using glue/stapler. Your lulav is ready.

4) Now you have to make the etrog. Cut two egg cups from the egg carton, leaving a small lip around the edges. Fix one edge of one cup to the edge of the second cup with glue to form an oval-shaped etrog. Leave to dry.

5) When the glue has dried, paint the etrog in yellow colour.



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