Chanukah begins this weekend. Celebrate eight nights of light with ten DIY menorah ideas:

Create a menorah that you can display year-round with this crafty menorah by Readymade. All you will need is 8 clear bottles of one size, and one bottle that's slightly larger. You'll also need white spray paint and 9 large candles. This one is one of my favorites.

2. Traveling neon menorah

If you're celebrating Chanukah in multiple places, you'll appreciate the traveling neon menorah. Put it together and take it apart in a snap!

For an unconventional homemade menorah, try the sky menorah. This unique design is made with tree branches, dried flowers, silver floral spray, candleholders and a hot glue gun. Hang it up high or use it as a centerpiece.

This adorable menorah is simply made of tealight holders and nicely wrapped boxes to look like Chanukah gifts.

Made with stones, tiles, glass and regular metal nuts, this menorah absolutely requires a trip to the craft store.

The Lego Menorah is of pretty self explanitory! Break out that big set of legos and go to town. This is a great project for the kids.

This modern menorah may look complex, but it takes no time at all. Learn how in 6 easy steps.

It may not last you all 8 nights, but it's a terrific family project! Try one of these holiday cupcake recipes.

All of you tech savvy folks, this one is for you. It includes full-color comic-book style assembly instructions and a display stand.

This project comes from Lowes Creative Ideas. Find all of the tools, here.