This tasteful Hanukkah greeting card is crafted from snips of metallic gold card stock, bright white paper, and monofilament line. Mounted on a starry blue background, the menorah shines brightly.
- Menorah pattern (see download link below)
- Glossy white card stock, cut into 6-1/4-x-9-inch and 4-x-5-inch rectangles
- Blue speckled paper, 6-x-4-1/4 inches
- Metallic gold card stock, small piece
- Monofilament line
- Double-stick tape
- Glue or Xyron
Download, print, and cut out the menorah pattern.
Fold the 6-1/4-x-9-inch rectangle of glossy white card stock in half to measure 6-1/4-x-4-1/2 inches. Center and mount the blue speckled rectangle on the card front with double-stick tape.
Use the menorah pattern to cut a menorah from the white card stock. For candle flames, cut nine elongated triangles from metallic gold card stock. From monofilament line, cut nine 1-inch lengths, which will represent the candlewicks; using glue, attach one end to the base of each triangle and the opposite end to the back of the menorah. Adhere the menorah to the card.