Purim, the Jewish holiday that celebrates the triumph of the Jews of Persia over the evil Haman, is a wonderful opportunity for some family baking — like these easy two-ingredient Trader Joe’s hamantaschen — and to explore some fun holiday crafts.

Whether you celebrate the holiday every year with your Jewish community or want to try it for the first time at home, these DIY projects will help get you in the joyful holiday spirit. There’s also a Purim tradition of giving mishloach manot, or gift bags filled with food and trinkets, to friends — and these crafts can make for a delightful addition.

Here are some of the best Purim crafts on the internet:

Paper hamantaschen 

Paper plate grogger from Make It Jewish


Purim dolls

Little clay hamantaschen from Make It Jewish

Juicebox grogger

Sponge-painted mishloach manot from Make It Jewish

Purim spoon puppets from Joyful Jewish

Paper plate mask from Make It Jewish

Lego grogger from Bible Belt Balabusta

Felt hamantaschen from Make It Jewish

Origami mishloach manot bag from Bible Belt Balabusta

Superhero masks from Red Ted Art

Pom pom Purim groggers by Design Megillah

Recycled bottle grogger from Make It Jewish

Happy crafting! If you need a refresher course on the Purim story, here’s a Purim explainer from the one and only Mayim Bialik. Also, a pro tip for you: Pajamas make the best (and easiest) Purim costumes.