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DIY Steel Pipe Menorah

Israeli maker Avi Solomon was looking to provide his 7-year-old son Uriel with a maker angle on the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah. Together, they built a menorah out of steel pipe and LEDs.
  • Shari B

    Time to get your Hanukkah on? Last year, we featured some fun DIY menorahs that you could make with your kids. This year, we decided to really step it up, and we doubled our number of ideas. Check them out below!

  • Meep S

    Israeli maker Avi Solomon was looking to provide his 7-year-old son Uriel with a maker angle on the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah. Together, they built a menorah out of steel pipe and LEDs.

  • M Petrofsky

    Avi Solomon: Making your own Menorah is no longer a Pipe Dream!

  • Darlene Pino

    Making your own Menorah out of PVC and LED Christmas lights and a can of spray paint..

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