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Hanukkah Napkin Holders

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Fancy china and silver are all well and good, but the Hanukkah table takes on a special brilliance when the children decorate the table with napkin rings they’ve made themselves. Bright blue or silver napkins are in keeping with the season.
Hanukkah Napkin Holders
What You’ll Need
  • Six craft sticks
  • Fabric or rickrack
  • Glue
What You'll Do
  1. For each star, glue fabric or rickrack along the length of six craft sticks.
  2. Form the sticks into two triangles and glue the edges together. Glue the two triangles together, one on top of the other, to make a star shape.
  3. Put the napkin inside the large hole to make a napkin holder.

Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?
My kid is an introvert.
10% (6 votes)
My kid is an extrovert.
35% (21 votes)
My kid is mostly an introvert but sometimes behaves like an extrovert.
28% (17 votes)
My kid is an extrovert but acts like an introvert from time to time.
27% (16 votes)
Total votes: 60