postheadericon How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

A great craft for kids to learn about Hanukkah. There’s lots of variations, so enjoying making lots of them.

Ad Ingredients 10 marshmallows (big ones are recommended) White frosting or glue Pretzel sticks or birthday candles Food coloring Milk Steps

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

1 Gather the ingredients and things you’ll need. If you wish to make an edible menorah, use frosting instead of the glue. If this is just a decoration project, use glue instead of the frosting.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

2 Position the marshmallows. Line up nine of the marshmallows next to each other in a row. Place the tenth marshmallow on top of the stack, in the middle.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

3 “Glue” the marshmallows together. Pick a marshmallow and put a dab of either glue or frosting on the side of it. Place and glue it against another marshmallow. Dab some on the bottom of the tenth marshmallow. It’s up to the creator of the menorah if the presentation gets glued on the cardboard or not.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

4 Make “paint”. In a bowl, pour a little amount of milk and a few drops of food coloring. Mix them together to get your “paint”. Have a variety of dyed milk colors for kids to choose.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

5 Paint each marshmallow. Gloss each marshmallow and try to avoid poking at them or leaving “skid” marks.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

6 Stick the “candles” in. Slowly and gently, push either pretzel sticks or birthday candles in the middle of each marshmallow.

How to Create a Marshmallow Menorah

7 Finished.

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