Jis 1215 hannukah inspiration tslrwy

1. Lights of Hanukkah Platter

Dish your latkes in style with this platter featuring images of
Hannukiyot in the permanent collection of the Jewish Museum in New York. The candelabras are from around the world and from the 17th through 20th
centuries. All proceeds benefit the museum. $50 at shop.thejewishmuseum.org

2. The Hanukkah Sweater

Why do ugly Christmas sweaters get to have all the fun? That’s the question the folks behind Geltfiend asked themselves before creating the competition. Shown here is the Little Yids! Spinmaster 2.0 Hanukkah Sweater in red (available in sizes 5–12, $30). Grown-up gear spans dreidel letter sweaters to menorah pajama pants. Adult sweaters $28–75 at geltfiend.com

3. Bicycle Chain Menorah

Hanukkah, meet Seattle.

Created by artisan group Noah’s Ark in Moradabad, India, where the increased cost of metals has had a crushing effect on the economy, this menorah is a clever act of recycling. Noah’s Ark trained local metalworkers to craft with used materials, like bicycle chains, helping them restore their livelihoods. $24 in store at Ten Thousand Villages or at tenthousandvillages.com

4. Charm Necklace

Nothing says Hanukkah more than the vintage blue candle boxes with French and Hebrew text. We love that the two moms who own this retro-pendant Etsy shop saw the potential for jewelry here. $12 at etsy.com/shop/convertiblegirlshop

5. Han Solo Hanukkah t-shirt

Heroic rebels fighting to save their universe from bad guys from the dark side — that pretty much sums up Hanukkah, right? This t-shirt of a menorah-
wielding Han Solo will complete your Hanukkah. $11.99 at etsy.com/shop/jennyssweettees

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