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Quick Hanukkah Wraps

Give your holiday gifts a special shine with these easy adornments.

What You Need:

Good things come in nice packages.
  • Blue wrapping paper
  • White wrapping paper
  • White or sheer white wire-edge ribbon, at least 1-inch wide
  • Star-of-David confetti (available at paper- and party-goods stores)
  • Hot-glue gun and glue sticks
  • Clear-drying glue
  • Blue plastic star
  • Clear cellophane bag
  • Silver glitter
  • Silver cording


1. Blue package, with decorative ribbon: Wrap package in blue paper. Wrap package with white wire-edge ribbon and tie into a fluffy bow: form first 2 loops as if you were tying a shoe, then make more loops before tying them all together. Attach Star-of-David confetti to the bow with dots of hot glue.

2. White package, with Star of David: To make the standing star, brush clear-drying glue on a blue plastic star and sprinkle it with silver glitter. Let glue dry. Glue the star to a bow made from white wire-edge ribbon. Wrap package in white paper. Crisscross silver cording around package. Hot-glue bow to top of package.

3. Clear cellophane bag: Drop a handful of the confetti stars into a clear cellophane bag with a pretty, seasonal gift -- such as menorah candles -- and tie the bag closed with silver cording.


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