Happy Hanukkah Wall Hanging

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The Festival of Lights comes alive!

9 colorful candles are “lit” by attaching velcro “flames.”

2 storage pouches. 15″W x 14.5″H.
This shimmering blue and silver cloth wall hanging helps children celebrate the lighting of Hannukah candles without having to handle a real flame before they’re ready. The decorative, embroidered hanging comes with a blue satin sack for the nine “candles” and a matching sack for the nine “flames.” Throughout Hannukah, children place their multicolored candles in the menorah (attached with Velcro) and add brilliant yellow and orange flames each day. Not only does this empower young Jewish children who are ever-so-ready to participate in this ancient ritual, it also makes a beautiful and memory-filled decoration that can be saved for generations to come. The wall hanging measures 15 inches long and 14 inches tall.
GREET YOUR HANUKAH GUESTS WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL WALL DECOR This listing is for one BRAND NEW, NEVER USED: DISNEY MICKEY ICON HAPPY HANUKKAH WALL DECOR NEW MICKEY ICON IS THICK AND PADDED ABOUT 7 INCHES TALL WITH EARSPAN OF ABOUT 7.5 INCHES MICKEY ICON IS EMBROIDERED WITH DREIDELS AND STARS OF DAVID LETTERS FOR HAPPY HANUKKAH ARE RAISED MADE OF FELT WOOD ROD BASE @ Disney. Approx. 25 inches long, 9 inches wide. ITEM LOOKS MUCH BETTER IN PERSON AS IT WAS PHOTOGRAPHED INSIDE PLASTC BAG WHICH HAS NEVER BEEN OPENED This unique and beautiful Disney Mickey Icon Happy Hanukkah Wall Decor makes a fantastic decoration for your Hanukkah. It’s a great way to add to the Hannukah joy in your home. Avoid the rush and shop early for Hanukkah to avoid disappointment. Buy one to give as a gift as well. SUPPLY IS LIMITED, SO TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT

This item is sold by:

AllJudaica.com

Note: AllJudaica.com is owned by Rosenblum's World of Judaica, which is one of the oldest Judaica stores in the United States. Their store has been open for over 75 years!

Direct link: http://www.alljudaica.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=1949

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