Make Hanukkah Decorations With Tissue Paper!

Tonight is the last night of Hanukkah, so why not make some more Hanukkah decorations to keep things festive after seven days of partying? And infact, the 8th day of Hanukkah which is called zot chanukah happens to be a very important day spiritually— a day in which one may pray specifically for refuah shelaima (healing of the sick), parnassa (livelihood), and children for those who have not been able to start a family.

I love tissue paper. When I finally figured out what it was called and where to get it in Israel, it was indeed a happy day! (It’s called niyar meshi.)


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