How To Make A Christmukka Tree

A few years back, when I first started blogging, I wrote a guest post for  My Poppet; a crafty lifestyle blog that I was totally crushing on at the time! The project was called My first ever Christmukka Tree, and seeing that Hanukkah + Christmas both coincidentally coincide this year, I thought it was appropriate to re-share my step-by-step crafty tutorial!

How to make a Christmukka Tree

Chrismakah cherryandme.comIt all stared with a mini pine tree I picked up from the “oh so amazing” Design Files Open House. This was my first… ever… tree! I come from a Jewish family and was just a little too excited to get my hands on one of these babies!

Christmukka After officially welcoming the prickly beast into my home, I cleared the dining table and quickly got brainstorming on how to keep the theme “Kosher” for my Jewish roots.

Christmukka I decided to decorate the tree with mini dreidels, iconic and totally appropriate for Hanukkah!

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And for the finishing touch, I twisted a foil Star of David for the cherry on top!

Christmukka cherryandme.comTa-da! The finished product! Isn’t she just the cutest? My first ever Christmukka Tree!

Wishing all my loyal readers a happy, healthy and most fabulous holiday season, however you’re celebrating!

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3 Responses to How To Make A Christmukka Tree

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  2. Maxabella says:

    That is fabulous! I love the merging of two celebrations. This would be perfect for my Jewish nephew.

  3. Love it! love the star on top! so low maintenance too! good work!

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