Grab these Hanukkah SVG files to help you prepare for the lighting of the menorah, delicious food, and fun games and gifts as you celebrate eight crazy nights of Hanukkah!
One of my goals for 2020 was to start having more representation in my SVG files and my shop. I’ve had plenty of reader requests for things like Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Pride.
And while I support a range of beliefs and celebrations, I wanted to make sure I was properly representing those holidays and cultures! I want to know that I am being faithful to these celebrations and cultures without being appropriative.
So since I don’t personally celebrate Hanukkah, I teamed up with my friend Marisa to help me design these Hanukkah SVG files! She gave me tons of input and ideas to make sure I was representing the Jewish holiday appropriately.
And she’s convinced me to try making my own latkes! Crisp potatoes served with cool sour cream? Yes please!
I hope my Jewish readers love these Hanukkah SVG files and feel represented as we go into the holiday season that is so heavily commercialized toward Christmas. Next year we are going to work together on creating some Hanukkah crafts that I know you’ll love!
Buy the Hanukkah Bundle Here
And if you ever have something you don’t see represented in my shop, please let me know!
Buy the Big Hanukkah SVG Bundle
This file is part of a big Hanukkah SVG bundle! It has 18 Hanukkah SVG files total so you can celebrate eight crazy nights! It’s a $45 value, on sale right now!
How to Use These Files
You can cut these files on a Cricut Maker 3, Cricut Maker, Cricut Explore 3, Cricut Explore Air 2, Cricut Joy, Silhouette, Glowforge, or other cutting machine! Here are detailed tutorials that will help you use these SVG files in your crafting:
- How to Upload an SVG to Cricut Design Space
- How to Upload an SVG to Silhouette Studio
- How to Organize Your SVG Files
- Best Blanks for Cricut & Silhouette Projects
- Best Places to Buy Cricut Supplies
- Learn Your Specific Cricut Machine
Iron On Vinyl (also called Heat-Transfer Vinyl or HTV)
- Using Iron On Vinyl
- Layering Iron On Vinyl
- Warm Peel vs Cool Peel Iron On Vinyl
- Weeding Iron On Vinyl
- All About the Cricut EasyPress
- Iron vs. EasyPress vs. HeatPress
Add these Hanukkah cut files to a shirt, hat, or coffee mug to celebrate the Jewish holiday! Happy Hanukkah friends!