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Published on November 28th, 2007 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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hacks for the holidays





two little hacks to get us in the festive mood.

a polarvide santa suit
sabine from germany sent me this some time ago but i decided to keep it for the holidays. “for a christmas party, we made out of 2 red polarvide throws and a litte bit of plush, a santa claus costume. it was a cheap and fast way to have a costume.”
see more of sabine’s santa.

an ikea menorah

anna of forty-two roads makes a modern hanukkah menorah with an ikea candle holder.

just hammer some tacks into the center of the metal cups in the hallare candle holder to hold the candles upright. after placing in the candles, add some white rocks (florera) for stability.

see more of anna’s hanukkah menorah.

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3 Responses to hacks for the holidays

  1. Anonymous says:

    The menorah is a great – only it’s not kosher. The shamash candle needs to be higher than the other 8 candles. Sorry, it’s the former Hebrew school teacher in me – otherwise it’s a great idea.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Unique menorah =] Personally, I’d like larger diameter candles & more earthy-colored gravel or sand to match the wood grain.

  3. Anonymous says:

    You wouldn’t want larger candles. They would take forever to burn down.

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