Whether you are searching Pinterest or Instagram, you can find endless inspiration for how to decorate your sukkah. Here are five of our favorite crafts from a few of our favorite Jewish bloggers. Do you have another favorite craft that we missed? Tag @jewishphoenix in your Facebook and Instagram photos so we can see them!

photo of a paper chain with written words on each link hung from the top of a sukkahSukkot Kindness Chain
Paper chains are seen in sukkahs everywhere, but this version adds an element of mindfulness that carries the important lessons of Yom Kippur into your Sukkot holiday. Have your family join together to write out different acts of kindness on each paper chain to create a meaningful addition to your sukkah.
Photo and craft from With Love, Ima.


photo of colorful fabric tied on rope as a part of a garlandSukkot Fabric Garland
Making your own garland is an easy way to customize your Sukkot decorations. Find extra scraps of fabric to reuse and recycle materials or purchase fabrics of your choosing, then cut the fabric into strips to tie onto a rope to create a beautiful garland.
Photo and craft from Everyday Jewish Mom.


photo of three handmade votives decorated with leaves and fall colors and lit up by candles next to some gourdsAutumn Votives
If you are eating in your sukkah, chances are you’ll need some light to brighten up the table to enjoy your food and company. These fun, votives are an artsy way to decorate, and are easy enough for kids to help create. Once the jars are decorated to your choosing, add in some battery operated candles and you have beautiful lighting to add to your Sukkot table.
Photo and craft from Tori Avey.


photo of a large paper flower made from orange and red paper on top of a table cloth with lemons.Giant Paper Flowers
With the Arizona heat, chances are your flowers won’t last very long outside in the sukkah. However, these beautiful giant paper flowers are the perfect décor to brighten up your sukkah and keep the kids busy crafting for a bit. You don’t need very many materials to create and you can completely customize these flowers to your choice of colors.
Photo and craft from Momz in the Know.


photo of three hanging decorations including a variety of beads and a painted, glitter pinecone laying on top of a marbled surfaceHanging Glitter Pinecones
This beautiful craft is perfect to hang around the top of your sukkah, and the process is great practice of fine motor skills for little hands. After painting and applying glitter to the pinecones, simply attach them to a floral wire and have kids help add beads to create a fun and festive design perfect for a colorful sukkah.
Photo and craft from Make It Jewish.

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