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1. A potholder or oven mitt perfect for your favorite baker. Choose between three delightful phrases, and they'll receive their newest kitchen addition along with cookie mix and a spoon or a spatula.
2. A menorah that'll make for an extra special sentiment in remembering and commemorating the extraordinary life of the wonderful RBG this Hanukkah.
3. A tee to get the person who is either really great at cooking Jewish food, or just loves eating all of the Jewish food, or BOTH. Also, gotta give an honorary mention to my personal favorite — sweet noodle kugel.
4. An adorable customizable mug perfect for gifting to the world's best grandmother AKA BUBBE! I am now formally submitting a request for the Yiddish version of "Baby Shark."
5. A nonmedical mask so they can get into the Hanukkah spirit all December long while keeping themselves and others safe and protected.
6. A DIY wooden dreidel that'll allow them to piece together their very own dreidel before playing a competitive game for some chocolate gelt.
7. A candle with an adorably punny label so they can cozy up inside in the best way possible. Unfortunately, there isn't a potato scent, but there are sooo many delicious scents to choose from like hazelnut coffee, cranberry apple, and pumpkin caramel.
8. An apron, that while hilarious, anyone with a Jewish mother will be able to relate to. BRB, adding this to my cart to gift to my own mother.
9. A beautifully decorated assortment of cookies to help satisfy their sweet tooth this holiday season when they can't take another bite of gelt or sufganiyot.
10. A personalized Tzedakah box that'll serve as a fun way for your favorite kiddo to collect money and then perform the mitzvah of giving Tzedakah to a charitable organization of their choice.
11. A pullover that'll have them rocking the best line that's ever been said on New Girl. Not that being Jewish AND a Schmidt stan makes me biased or anything.
12. A painfully funny and relatable mug so they can sip on all their fave hot beverages with peace of mind that the end of 2020 is finally in sight.
13. A cute little coin purse perfect for holding things like gift cards or gelt. Or, if you're feeling extra generous — gift cards AND gelt.
14. A set of coasters for the person who never fails to slip their favorite Yiddish words and phrases into every conversation.
15. A chai necklace that may just become their new favorite piece of jewelry. I received a chai necklace as a gift from my grandparents years ago and to this day, it's still one of my most prized possessions.
16. A pack of cookies they can paint themselves! The only thing better than eating cookies is getting to decorate them yourself, obvs.
17. A set of eight wine labels so you can still gift your loved ones their favorite red or white, but with a label they'll get a kick out of. Or, better yet, you can save them for yourself and gift yourself a new bottle of wine each night.
19. A bar of soap that looks like a JELLY DONUT for a delightfully unique gift choice. Yes, that is a bar of soap. Yes, my mind is also blown!
20. A pullover that anyone who celebrates Hanukkah should absolutely own. IT'S A LLAMA WITH A MENORAH ON ITS BACK. HOW CAN ANYONE RESIST THAT?
21. A little wish for Hanukkah bracelet so they can make a wish and hopefully have it granted when the bracelet falls away. Any chance to make a wish for something good after this past year will probably be welcomed with open arms.
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