51 Hanukkah Yard Decoration Ideas
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51 Hanukkah Yard Decoration Ideas

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Hanukkah Garden Flag with Menorah, Dreidel and Sufganiyot

Jewish holiday Hanukkah banner
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This lovely garden flag packs a real punch with tons of well-known imagery from the season: a menorah, sufganiyot (jelly donuts for those of you who don’t know), dreidels, doves, stars of David, and even some olive branches. It’s a fast, easy way to decorate the yard.

DIY Window Clings

Hanukkah Menorah
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Here’s a great project to do with the kids – Hanukkah-themed window clings. To make them, you just need glass paint, simulated liquid leading, leading blanks, some toothpicks, and, if you like, some simple frames for mounting.

Gnome Garden Flag with Dreidel and Menorah

Hanukkah Garden Flag Welcome Gnome
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Another super-cute Hanukkah garden flag option is this gnome guy holding a menorah and dreidel. It’s the perfect marriage of garden (gnome!) and holiday.

Star of David Suncatcher

Hanukkah Suncatcher Chanukah Stained Glass
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This beautiful stained-glass Star of David suncatcher is great for so many things you might want to do this Hanukkah season. Obviously, you can hang them in windows, reflecting your holiday spirit outward. Additionally, they’d be great for hanging from your porch overhang, placing on a tree near the front door, or on a hook or post anywhere in the yard.

DIY Paper Dreidel Door Hanger

Paper dreidel with his own hands made of paper
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If you have a covered front door, this DIY paper dreidel door hanger is a beautiful, fun, inexpensive piece for adding some color and holiday cheer to the outdoor space. You’ll need some ribbon, blue paper, scissors, gold paint pens, tape or glue, and a printer.

DIY Happy Hanukkah Wood Welcome Sign

Happy Hanukkah
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If you’re feeling crafty but don’t have the woodworking skills to get too elaborate, this is a great choice for you: a simple “Happy Hanukkah” wooden welcome sign. You just need a piece of wood and some sandpaper, paint, stencils, and brushes to create this gorgeous, welcoming piece for the front door or yard. Just use this tutorial with some Hanukkah-themed change-ups, like a menorah or dreidel stencil.

Silver and Blue Happy Hanukkah Wreath

Happy Hanukkah Wreath
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If you’re keen on the Hanukkah wreaths but just don’t have the time or skill set to craft one, you’ll find this beautiful silver and blue pre-made Hanukkah wreath from Amazon is the perfect solution. I’m personally kind of torn between it and making my own this season!

Colorful Dreidel String Lights

Cazenove Hanukkah Dreidel String Light
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If you’re into string lights but want something a bit more colorful than the other blue and white Hanukkah lights, try these colorful dreidel lights. They’re perfect for stringing up on the bushes or hanging around the doorway, through the garden, or practically anywhere else. I love the idea, too, of combining this one string of these with a string of the blue and white Star of David lights and alternating back and forth on the bushes outside my window.

Hanukkah Christmas Garden Flag

Merry Chrismukkah Menorah Christmas Tree Garden Flag
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For those families who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, this “Merry Christmakkuh” garden flag is a fun little, easy choice for the garden, front porch, or lawn. You can plant it anywhere you can stick a garden stake (I love off-season flower pots for this!).

Dreidel String Lights

Hanukkah Dreidel Decoration String Lights
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For some Hanukkah sparkle, these blue dreidel string lights are a great choice. They’ve got sparkles inside the dreidel lights and work with either USB cord or battery for whatever setting. Plus, they work via remote, so they’re easy to control, even if you forgot to turn them off some night before coming in.

Happy Hanukkah Menorah Candle Garden Banner

Happy Hanukkah Watercolor Garden Flag
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This beautiful Hanukkah garden flag features watercolor blue candles and the simple message of “Happy Hannukah.” I love the simplicity of it, as well as the varying shades of blue in the candles. It would make for the perfect flag for hanging on the door post or staking by the walkway coming toward the house.

Lighted Menorah Window Ring

Hanukkah Decoration Lights Blue Chanukah
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Here’s a unique lit-up decoration piece. It’s a light ring with a menorah in the middle and the message “Happy Hanukkah.” Install it on the windows, porch, garage, or wherever you like, using the included double-sided tape or suction cup.

Star of David, Burlap Ribbon Wreath

Hanukkah Wreath for Front Door
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Here’s another beautiful Hanukkah wreath, featuring a Star of David at the center, with blue, white, and silver burlap ribbons all around, forming the wreath itself. I think this one would be great for hanging on the garage for an extra touch of something special in the Hanukkah season.

Blue and White Happy Hanukkah Garden Flag

colorlife Happy Hanukkah Garden Flag
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This blue and white Happy Hanukkah garden flag is all about wishing your guests a true blessing this holiday season. Reading “Wishing you light and peace – Happy Hanukkah,” it gives the full message of your household hope for those who pass by and those who visit your home.

Menorah Projection Lights

Chanukah Laser Lights, Home Decoration
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It’s not just those who celebrate Christmas who get to have those projection lights. This menorah projection light is just for those 7who love the concept we’ve been seeing play out on others’ doors and garages, but now with a Hannukah theme.

DIY Lighted Wooden Star of David

Beautiful Decorative Star with Garland on Window Sill
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You’ll have to tweak this exact design a little since it’s not truly a Star of David. Instead of making the 5-point star, you’ll need to make two triangles and overlap them. But the concept is there and the basic DIY on how to do it. And it won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Just some lights, glue, cheap yardsticks, and paint.

Inflatable Happy Hanukkah Bear

Hanukkah Bear Yard Inflatable
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For those with kids in the family, this adorable inflatable Hanukkah bear is a great lawn piece. Nobody will be able to miss the message this season!

Happy Hanukkah Door Cover

Happy Hanukkah Door Cover
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If you’re not as keen on banners but want a large message of your Hanukkah wishes to the world, this Hanukkah door cover is the perfect way to spread the love and holiday cheer!

Happy Hanukkah Fence Banner

Happy Hanukkah Fence Banner
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If you really want to spread the message of “Happy Hanukkah” to the neighborhood, this beautiful banner for the fence or overhang on the porch is a great way to do it simply and quickly. If I had someplace appropriate, I’d definitely be grabbing this one this season!

DIY Ornament Wreath

Christmas Wreath on Blue Background
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If you love the idea of the ball ornament wreath, this is a great one. And, instead of going with the many colors of this wreath, go with white, silver, and blue ornaments instead. I’d cap it off with a nice menorah or Star of David ornament at the center, too.

Adorable Gnome Hanukkah Garden Flag

Burlap Buffalo Plaid Gnomes Flag
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Another cute Hanukkah garden flag is this one with these adorable gnomes all dressed for Hanukkah. Between them, they’ve got sufganiyot, a menorah, and a dreidel to show off their spirit for the season, with Stars of David and the other familiar symbols of the season hanging over their heads.

The flag is perfect for posting in the yard or hanging from the roof overhang on the porch or even posting in the window.

Hanukkah/Shalom Door Banners

Shalom Porch Sign
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Some simple Hanukkah banners for your doorway can add a simple, quick touch for the holiday season, too. I particularly like these because of the simple message of Shalom (peace) in the season.

DIY Wooden/Plastic Dreidel Wreath

Multicolor Dreidels and Chocolate Coins
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For those who love dreidels and DIYs, this dreidel wreath project is perfect! I love the idea of skipping on the ball ornaments and replacing them with inexpensive dreidels instead for this fun, colorful wreath for the door.

Happy Hanukkah Door Sign

Hanukkah Outdoor Wall Decoration
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If you prefer something super simple that will welcome folks into the season without being too ostentatious, this little Happy Hanukkah door sign is a great choice. I love the simplicity of it for a simple how-do-you-do.

Metal Star of David Garland

Metal Hanukkah Garland
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Finally, this metal garland made up of beautiful Stars of David is a great way to add some sparkle without being too much. It’s designed specifically to last without fading and works for both indoor and outdoor use. Personally, I’m thinking of stringing these up right over the sliding glass door on my patio.

Collect, Combine, and Go Crazy!

So, with these 50+ creative outdoor Hanukkah ideas, you should have plenty to work with for your décor this year. But, just to help a little, here’s my shopping and crafting list: The Metal Star of David Garland, DIY Lighted Wooden Star of David, Colorful Dreidel String Lights, Eight Nights, Eight Lights Door Sign, and the DIY Tin Can Luminaries. I’m strongly considering some others as well (especially a few of the wreaths), but these are a great start for getting my place ready for Hanukkah this year.