Our 2022 Hanukkah Tree

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Hanukkah tree

Light, laughter, and lots of latkes

This is my third year putting up a holiday Hanukkah tree. Yes, I have adopted a Christmas custom and applied it to Hanukkah. Only it is not a bush. It’s a tree; I am not the least ashamed to call it that. Our tree is adorned with Hanukkah-related decorations, white lights, and blue ribbons. I even added in silver and blue poinsettias. After all, it is the festive time of year.

Last year’s tree looked really good, but I have to say, I love my tree this year. Having a Hanukkah tree is complicated. Some feel it is not what Hanukkah is about. Oftentimes called the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah honors the miracle of the menorah burning for eight days and the Maccabees’ revolution. But it is also about making the world better. Gifts were certainly not part of the original celebration, yet many Jewish homes give gifts for each night of Hanukkah.  My parents did not have a tree, but my aunt & uncle had a Christmas tree. Growing up and visiting their home, we participated in decorating their tree.

I never thought to question why we could not also have a tree.  And as parents, we did not have a tree in our home when my daughters were growing up. However, through my daughters and my journey, we believe that bringing joy and love into a home supersedes any notion that a tree makes us any less Jewish.

Hanukkah Tree

Let’s Make This Room Sparkle

Of course, I had plenty of silver, blue and gold ornaments. Glittery ornaments and shiny ornaments. Large ornaments and small ornaments. With Hanukkah starting December 19th, I adapted the Christmas tradition of putting up the tree the day after Thanksgiving. It’s a time-honored tradition to decorate with my daughters.

6ft Flocked Snow Artificial Christmas Tree with Foldable Metal Stand, 1080 Branch Tips, for Holiday Decoration, Easy Assembly, White – $98.99

Fairy String Lights Blue and White, Plug-in String Lights 8 Modes Waterproof for Indoor Outdoor Christmas Wedding Party Bedroom – $12.99 each color

Blue and silver balls – $20 for 40 pieces

Gold and silver ball ornaments-$8.68 for 40 pieces

Hanukkah Ornaments

Silver and Blue Hanukkah Star Shimmer Treetop-$33.89

Star of David with Glitter Ornament, Set of 6-$13.53

Jewish Dreidel Ornament-$14.74

Gingerbread Led Hanukkah House Ornament-$18.99

Hanukkah Hamsa Hand Ornament-$18.86

Additional Hanukkah Tree Finds

This year I used ribbon, silver, and blue poinsettias to add dimension to the tree. I found some additional ornaments too. Being the perfectionist I am, I added this beautiful Damask Blue and White tree skirt. And I bought these additional ornaments.

Hanukkah Gift Bag

Hanukkah Tree

Metallic Silver Glass Star of David

Hanukkah Tree

Glass Jewish Dreidel

Glass Menorah


Other Finds

Blue Galileo Thermometer – I did not know what it was when I purchased it, but honestly, I have left it out permanently because I love that it is a thermometer.

Hanukkah woodblock signs

Star of David botanical from Peace Love Lights Shop

Life is far too complicated – finding simple moments of joy makes this holiday so special!

Wishing You All A Very Happy Hanukkah 🕎💙

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2022-12-06T16:24:07-05:003 Comments


  1. Wendi November 25, 2021 at 8:19 am - Reply

    Thanks so much for the inspiration! We just got our first Hannukah tree this year and the links and ideas you provided were great! Super excited to decorate now as well!

    • Janice Weinsoff November 25, 2021 at 8:49 am - Reply

      We just decorated our 2021 tree last night! I hope it brings you as much joy as it brings to us. Happy Hanukkah! 🕎

    • Janice Weinsoff December 7, 2022 at 8:02 pm - Reply

      Hi Wendy… hope you enjoyed your tree last year. I just put up my 2022 Hanukkah tree and changed it up!

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