Menorah Greeting Card

Craft this Hanukkah greeting card and watch the recipient's eyes light up.

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.

Materials and Tools

  • 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

Menorah pattern


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.


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