Looking to have a handmade Hanukkah? We’ve got just the thing. Add even more cheer to your festivities with double-sided Fleece bunting (no sewing required!) and themed wrapping paper. We can’t wait to show you this easy, affordable, and super fun project. Let’s get started!

Handmade Hanukkah: Double-Sided Hanukkah Dreidel Bunting | Spoonflower Blog
See which designs we’re using for a handmade Hanukkah

Here’s what you’ll need:

Materials for Driedel Bunting | Spoonflower Blog

Cutting out the Pieces for our Dreidel Bunting | Spoonflower Blog

Step 1: Cut out the dreidel flags and lay out two rows so that one row reads Happy Hanukkah and the other reads the exact reverse right below it. This part is a bit confusing to explain, so we’ve included a numbered visual below. H (1) should correspond with H (1), A (2) with A (2), P (3) with K (3), P (4) with K (4), Y (5) with U (5) and so on. Turn all the flags over so that right sides face down. 

Handmade Hanukkah: Double-Sided Hanukkah Dreidel Bunting | Spoonflower Blog

Applying Hot Glue to the first side of the dreidel pieces | Spoonflower Blog

Pro tip: Place two popsicle sticks vertically on either edge of the backside and one across the top of the top row of flags for added structure. Fasten them to the top row with hot glue.

Step 3: Working piece by piece, apply hot glue to the other side of the popsicle stick or directly to the edges (leaving the dreidel handle unglued) of the top row of flags if skipping Step 2. 

Gluing the String to our Dreidel Pieces

Step 4: Lay the string or ribbon between the two pieces and glue to secure. 

Hand stitching dreidel embellishment

Optional: If you want to embellish/finish the edges of the dreidel bunting, you can use some thick string and add a whip stitch.

Happy Hanukkah!

Step 5: Hang your bunting and enjoy! 

Are you all about no-sew fleece projects? Look no further than our no-sew fleece blanket!

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