To celebrate this miracle of miracles, we light candles for eight nights and eat every kind of unhealthy delight soaked in, fried in or otherwise full of oil. Sounds awful, but it is actually amazingly delicious.
We also have a tradition of giving gifts — and that is what I have in store for you.
In the spirit of the holiday I have prepared a pdf file of some Chanukkah printables just for you — that you can download here! Please print them as often as you like and share the file with your friends, just respect my copyright and keep it to personal use :)
|The pdf includes an 8.5 x 11 poster, printable Chanukkah cards, and gift tags. Have fun!|
And if you want to read a nice Chanukkah memory of mine about latkas you can find it here.
Or if you are confused about which candle to light when, and from which side of the Menora, you can check out another of my posts here.
And if you are interested in purchasing some more printable Chanukkah decorations at my etsy shop you can get there with this link.
Happy holidays one and all — and may your candles burn brightly and your house smell of fried onions and potatoes for eight glorious nights!