Finding the Perfect Hanukkah Gift
There are are almost as many different kinds of Hanukkah celebrations
as there are families to celebrate it. But there are some old traditional
standards have stood the test of time and are always welcomed during
Hanukkah. As you go about celebrating the holiday of light, you
will want to give some thought to finding the perfect presents for
those that you love. Through this little article, you will be provided
with some useful and helpful tips to make your Hanukkah gift shopping
a ... light experience ... this year.
Hanukkah gelt, the choclate-shaped coins, are always popular, as
are dreidels. Dreidels can come either as a child's toy, or a decoration
in crystal or precious metals. Kosher gift baskets are also popular.
The ever-popular Harry and David make two Hanukkah gifts: a package
of Hanukkah cookies, and the Eight Nights of Hanukkah Gift Box.
It's said that 18 is a lucky number in the Jewish tradition, so
giving money $18 at a time is a thoughtful gift (and usually done
If you want to spend a little more money, try a menorah. There
are many beautiful designs to choose from. And to go along with
the Festival of Lights theme, menorah candles are a must. Again,
there are many beautifully designed candles, and one will fit perfectly
with your choice of menorah.
Jewelry, Jewelry and More Jewelry
There is much beautiful jewelry available for Hanukkah gifts, and
a lot of it is designed after ancient patterns and tradition. Necklaces,
pendants, rings, bracelets, and earrings are available for women,
and there are tie bars and cuff links for men.
Visit a Judaica Boutique
If you're still not sure what to buy, visit a Judaica boutique
either personally or online. A personal visit will give you the
advantage of a real person helping you decide, and this could be
a huge advantage if you aren't Jewish yourself.
Special Hanukkah Gifts for Kids
Gifts for children could also include novelties like Hanukkah Silli-goo,
Hanukkah games, home decorations, and books about the holiday. In
some families, of course, you don't have to stick to the Hanukkah
or Judaica theme. But why not? It only comes once a year.