Ten Hanukkah gifts for the everyone on your shopping List. On The Daily Green we found 10 items to green your Hanukkah gift giving.
Dreidel, dreidel, dreidel, made out of . . . sustainable wood? Yes, 3RLiving’s dreidel is made from sustainable wood, so you can feel good with every spin.
What better way to say Happy Hanukkah than with a stylish 3-D card made of recycled paper? Purchase them individually or in box sets of eight from 3RLiving.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights this year with 100% beeswax, hand dipped, Hanukkah candles from The Jewish Museum. These natural candles are paraffin and toxin free, so they require no petroleum products, and will burn slowly with little smoke or odor. Now that’s bright!
This elegant Smart Glass Jewelry ornament is handcrafted by artist Kathleen Plate and available from 3RLiving. Plate makes these recycled glass ornaments out of blue and white bottles to resemble Israel’s flag. In a full circle of green gifting, even the box is recycled.
Play dreidel with fair trade chocolate gelt from Divine Chocolate. Part of the Farmer Kuapa Kokoo cooperative, the farmers for Divine Chocolate have a say in company decisions and a right to all profits
Who knew repurposed pipe stock could make an innovative object of worship? Assembled by hand, the piece creates a new use for material that otherwise would go to waste. The Steel Pipe ‘Man-orah’ from designers Josh Korwin and Alyssa Zukas is available at Notshlock.
Let your kids get creative with fun, festive Hanukkah crayons made from 100% recycled materials. Available at The Jewish Museum, each set includes 6 shaped crayons: a menorah, dreidel, Star of David, Torah, Shofar and Ten Commandments.
Rather than waste paper and ribbons on disposable wrapping paper, bestow gifts in this Felt Hanukkah Gift Bag from The Jewish Museum.
The Hanukkah Bouquet from Organic Style is the perfect gift for your holiday host or hostess. To represent the blue and white Israeli flag, the vibrant arrangement is composed of certified Veriflora sustainable Iris and Oriental Lilies.
The Glass Flexus Menorah’s versatility brings reuse to a new level. Available at The Jewish Museum, the glass pieces move independently to serve as individual candleholders all year long. Over Hanukkah, the pieces can join together to make a full menorah.