Sunday, December 9, 2007

Eco-Friendly Hanukkah Gift Ideas

While Hanukkah certainly does not compare to the religious important of Christmas, nonetheless it is a time of celebration and festivities. As Hanukkah kicks of in its second night, Jews around the globe are celebrating the story of Hanukkah. And of course, no reason to not go green this Hanukkah. Thanks to our friends at Greenthinkers, here are some eco-friendly Hanukkah gifts for your Jewish friends.

Recycled Hanukkah Cards from 3RLiving.
Natural Beeswax Hanukkah Candles from Global Exchange.
Recycled Glass Menorah from Vertige.
Fair Trade Chocolate Coins from Divine Chocolate.
Recycled Jewish Holiday Crayons from The Jewish Musem.
Sustainable Wood Dreidel, also from 3RLiving.

Via: Greenthinkers

And don't forget to check out Adam Sandler's Hanukkah song while you are at it.



THANK YOU so so much for this idea. i used it on all my presents this year. i just posted about it so i hope you'll go check it out to see how they came out! thanks again!

Christmas Gifts said...

I share the same views. Liked your blog very much.

Allen said...

I love all of these ideas. I have a great tray to do a practice one, and was hoping to make some as gifts if it turns out well, Yours is a nice blog. Liked it!!!