Celebrate Chanukah with Beautiful Gifts
Celebrate Chanukah (aka Hanukkah) with Beautiful Gifts
Chanukah or Hanukkah is the eight day festival of lights that brightens our darkest month in December for Jews and non-Jews alike. The Jewish holiday Chanukah or Hanukkah is a minor holiday in Judaism, but it is well known by all because it is a welcome winter holiday.
There is so much wonder to be had at this season! The Dreidel, the Menorah with the nightly lighting of the candles. You can share this holiday with your family and friends with cards, or gift baskets as well.
Whether Chanukah brings about deepest spiritual feelings in you or it is just a time to play the Dreidel it is a wonderful holiday.
I hope that I have brought you beautiful gifts for yourself or your friends to celebrate this special holiday.
An Original Ceramic Menorah from my eBay Store
Wynter Rosen Friendship Menorah: Original Ceramic Menorah for Hanukkah
I love this Menorah made of children holding hands, so cute.
How to Light a Menorah
There is a specific traditional way to light the Menorah, and special blessings that are given each day of Hanukkah.
Traditional Menorahs for Hanukkah
To Celebrate the Festival of the Lights are these gorgeous Menorahs. My favorite is the Kosher Cook menorah because the green blue glass is just so lovely.
Shalom Vintage Festival of Lights Needlepoint Kit Bucilla Hanukkah
Perfect for crafters who like to celebrate the holiday.
Every Menorah needs candles, and here are some lovely ones of all colors. Some are multi-colored, some purple or blue, some are handmade. Some are made in Israel.
Zion Judaica Hanukkah Candles Dripless Hand Made Fancy Multi Blue Deluxe 5.5Hanukkah Multi Colored Candles / 44 Per Box Made in IsraelZion Judaica Hanukkah Candles Dripless Hand Made Tri Color Tone Deluxe 5.5Chanukah Menorah Candles Blue & White 45 Per Box Made in IsraelRite Lite Vegetable Wax Chanukah CandlesZion Judaica Hanukkah Candles Hand Made Purple Elegance Deluxe 5.75Zion Judaica Hanukkah Candles Hand Made Blue Elegance Deluxe 5.75
Electric and LED Battery Operated Menorahs
There are many beautiful options for Menorahs that have the same beauty as candles with some extra-safety features over wax candles. Electric and LED battery operated menorahs allow for more beauty without having to worry about things like the cat knocking over the candle-operated Menorahs.
Rite Lite White plastic Electric LED Low Voltage Menorah with Blue BulbsZion JudaicaTM Low Voltage Electric Hanukkah Menorah (Pewter)Menorah – Silver Arch Low Voltage Electric Menorah: The11″ Battery Operated Lighted LED Blue Star of David Chanukah Hanukkah MenorahElectric Menorah with White Stone inlay by Israel GiftsSilverplated Electric menorah with flickering bulbs
An unique Glass Menorahs: Beautiful, this will be a family heirloom
I can just imagine the beautiful glass candles reflecting through the lights of the glass.
How are You going to celebrate the Beautiful Festival of the Lights.
This eight day festival of lights that brightens our darkest month that delights both Jews and Gentiles is wonderful for all of us to celebrate.
Beautiful Hanukkah Gift Baskets
These Hanukkah Gift Baskets truly say I love you to family and friends throughout the world.
Gift Basket Village Hanukkah Treasures Kosher Gift BasketChanukah (Hanukkah) Fortune Cookies – Unique Gourmet Gift Kosher CertifiedHappy Hanukkah Gourmet Chanukah Gingerbread House Kit for Kids and Entire Family, Comes Packaged in FREE Beautiful Hanukkah BAG!Hanukkah Lollipop BouquetBear-er of Classic Hanukkah Oreos?
Start with Meaningful Conversations about Hanukkah with The Hanukkah Book of Questions
Besides the fun of Chanukah , it is of course a sacred holiday. This helps your family learn about this holiday in a fun way.
How to Play Dreidel – Chanukah
Playing the Dreidel is one of the most fun parts of Hanukkah. Here is how to play this simple game.
Dreidels – Children’s Hanukah Game adds Fun at this Sacred Holiday
Multipet’s 6 1/2-Inch Dreidel Hanukkah Plush Singing Dog ToyDreidels – 2 pack – Made in USAChanukah Large Draydels – Natural Wood, The Dreidel GameThe Dreidel Game – Set of 4 Painted Wood DreidelsThe Most Amazing Musical Light-Up Laser Dreidel for Chanukah/Hanuka Fun Ages 3 & Up!The Dreidel Game! Classic Colored Wooden Dreidels, 25 Pack (Instructions Included)Wooden Dreidel-2 pack
Fun and Meaningful Hanukkah Stories and Books for Kids
Hanukkah is a wonderful holiday for children, and there are lots of wonderful children’s books for this holiday. You can read these beautiful books with your kids, and have a meaningful and fun experience.
Happy Hanukkah, CorduroyDaddy Christmas and Hanukkah MamaLight The Lights! A Story About Celebrating Hanukkah And ChristmasA Confused Hanukkah: An Original Story of ChelmThe Dreidel that Wouldn’t Spin: A Toyshop Tale of HanukkahWhere Is Baby’s Dreidel?: A Lift-the-Flap Book (Karen Katz Lift-the-Flap Books)Hanukkah in AlaskaMrs. Greenberg’s Messy Hanukkah
Celebrate Hanukkah with Cards and Decorations from Zazzle
A Hanukkah Lamp, Ornaments and a Pair of Cuff-links
Blue and Green Bokeh Lights Gold Happy Hanukkah Greeting CardHanukkah Circle OrnamentMerry Mazel Tov Greeting CardGold and Green Stripe Hanukkah CardHanukkah Circle OrnamentHanukkah: Let the Miracle Shine in You LampMenorah Lighted by the Star of David Cuff Links Cufflinks
Complete Hanukkah Sets: Menorah, Dreidels and More
These sets will give you all you need to celebrate Hanukkah with your family.
Zion Judaica Hanukkah Value Kit – Full Size Solid Menorah 45 Colored Candles 6 Colored Dreidels Sack of Milk Belgian Hanukkah Coins Gelt – All Essentials in 1 BoxHanukkah Menorah Complete Set – Menorah – Candles – Dreidels – Chanukah GuideComplete Hanukkah Menorah Set! Menorah – Candles – Dreidels – Candle Magic Stick – Hanukkah Handbook
The Hanukkah Song by Adam Sandler
A light-hearted tribute to this Jewish holiday by comedian Adam Sandler.
A Celebration of Light celebrates a Miraculous Battle
The festival of Hanukah celebrates a time when a small band of faithful Jews defeated one of the mightiest armies on earth the Greeks and reclaimed the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
They sought to light the Temple’s menorah (the seven branched candelabrum) to honor and bless the temple they found only a single cruse of olive oil that miraculously for eight days.
To commemorate and publicize these miracles, the sages instituted the festival of Chanukah.
Whether we celebrate the literal history of the Jewish holiday or the symbolic idea of something small lighting the world, it is true that eight day festival of lights that brightens our darkest month in December for Jews and non-Jews alike.