Fun and funky gifts for all eight nights of the Festival of Lights, without breaking the bank
These gifts will light up someone’s holiday.
The holidays can be expensive — Americans spend an average of $929 on holiday gifts each year — but they don’t have to be. With Hanukkah this year, running from Tuesday, December 12th, through Wednesday, December 20th, we’ve rounded up a series of awesome presents — one for each night — that’ll cost you less than $100 for the entire celebration.
Here are a few favorites:
1. Star Wars Chop Sabers Light-Up LightSaber Chopsticks, $10 per pair (or $25 for a set of four pairs): “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” hits theaters on December 15th, and if you have a Star Wars-obsessed Hanukkah observer on your list, spice up dinnertime with these fun chopsticks. May be the Force be with your next sushi meal.
2. iPhone Charger Sticker Faces, $12.95 for a set of four: Now you don’t have to battle over whose iPhone charger is whose. These stickers are available in purple, pink, turquoise blue, and black/red varieties, and will help ensure that each member of your family knows whose charger is whose.
3. Themed socks, $9-$10 per pair: Food is for eating — not wearing. Unless it adorns cute socks, that is. These fun taco socks — or others like guitar socks, toy soldier socks, or even ice cream cone socks — will keep your loved ones looking stylish from head to toe.
4. CreativeLife Women’s Sterling Silver Cat Ears Ring, $3.99: This will bring a Cheshire cat grin to the face of anyone who loves kittens. These super cute cat-inspired rings can adjust to fit any finger just by stretching them. They’re are a fun accessory for kids to wear at school.
5. Leather cord holder for wires, $7.20: Perfect for the lady or guy in your life whose purse or backpack is always filled with tangled cords, this cord-holder will keep everything from charging wires to earbuds from getting intertwined.
6. Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth Journal, $15: “Wonder Woman” inspired millions of fans this year, so this journal will let loved ones inscribe their innermost thoughts in a safe place, watched over by an image of the femme fatale printed on the front cover.
7. Personalized coffee mug, $17.95: Nothing says “Happy Hanukkah” more than a personalized mug to sip coffee from all year long. Here, you can upload an image of anyone — your dog, your cat, your son, your daughter, the tree in your backyard — and have it printed on this ceramic, microwave- and dishwasher- safe mug, available in two sizes (11 or 15 ounces).
8. DAVIDsTEA “8 nights of Tea” collection, $20: This can be a standalone gift all its own: the set of gourmet teas features one flavor of organic, Kosher tea for each night of the celebration. Flavors include Carrot Cupcake, Cinnamon Rooibos Chai, Dream On (a special blend to promote good sleep), Mother’s Little Helper (designed to promote relaxation), Peppermint Amour, Serenity Now, Super Ginger, and The Glow (to help you look your most radiant). All we can say to that is: “L’chaim.”
Total cost for all eight gifts: $97.09.
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