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    The Best Hanukkah Gifts for Kids (and Kids at Heart)

    It's always a joy to see Hanukkah through the eyes of a kid! Playing dreidel, making latkes together, telling the story of Hanukkah. No matter if you're young or young at heart, we have the best gift ideas that will make you feel like a kid again!

    Hanukkah Gifts for Kids

    Menorah Sun-Staches Sunglasses

    Fashion meets function with these sunglasses! Get one for the whole family for the ultimate family photo opp.

    Menorah Sun-Staches Sunglasses

    Menorah Hat

    Not only does this hat look cool (you can't argue with that), but it is adjustable to fit all ages!

    Menorah Hat

     

    Gold T-Rex Dinosaur Menorah

    This dinosaur menorah is adROURable, right? Perfect for the person who wants to put the funukkah in Hanukkah.

    Dinosaur Menorah

    PJ Library Books

    Give the kid in your life the gift of free books! We love partnering with PJ Library because FREE Jewish themed books for kids 6 months through age 11. Reading together is magic, and PJ Library shares Jewish stories that can help your family talk together about values and traditions that are important to you. Love it!

    PJ Library

    Emoji Marzipops

    You don't have to be a kid to LOL over these cute pops! They were even featured in Food Network Magazine. How cool is that??

    Emoji Marzipops

    Jewish Wisdom Ball

    Just like having Bubbe right there with you at all times! This wisdom ball gives advice like "feh" and "you call that a question??"

    Jewish Wisdom Ball

     

     

    Shop all Hanukkah Gifts for Kids!

    How to Build Your Jewish Wedding Registry

    Ready to start your Jewish Gift registry? Click here.

    So you're planning the Jewish wedding of your dreams. Mazel tov! It's never too early to put together your Jewish registry. It's one of the most fun parts (besides cake testing. Mmmm, cake.) 

    Jewish Wedding Registry

    But where do you start? First of all, don't browse alone. Bring your fiance and shop together! These should be gifts you both love. Also, think of the long-term. While you may still go over to your Aunt Rebecca's house for Passover Seder now, down the road you may want to host with your own children. Invest in gorgeous Judaica now that you'll have for years. Your guests want to get you something special that will remind you of them every time you use it. Now, what to get?

    Start with these essentials:


    Shabbat - we usher in the Jewish Sabbath by lighting candles and blessing the wine and challah. 

    apples and honey

    Rosh Hashanah - we dip apples in honey for a sweet New Year!

    Lasercut Vine Seder Plate in Black

    Passover - we commemorate the Jewish exodus from Egypt with a Seder (order) meal


    Hanukkah - we light the menorah and play dreidel to commemorate the miracle of the Maccabee's oil lasting 8 days

    Jew Steel Mezuzah

    Other Judaica


    Ready to start your Jewish registry? Start here.
     
    If you have any questions at all, message or call us!

    Top Ways to Impress Your Jewish Man or Woman

    Ahava is in the air! So you have a Jewish crush. Whether it is your first date or you have been together for decades, here are our best tips for wooing your Jewish love.

    It's Your First Date: Invest in Yourself

    • Make them laugh! Laughter (and food) is the best way to your love's heart. Come prepared with a few witty jokes or let the Jewish Wisdom Ball do the work for you. LOLz abound!
    • Show your personal style. Dress to impress. You gotta look good! Try a stylish bagel clutch as an easy icebreaker or a matzah yarmulke

    You've Been Dating 3 Months: Keep it Up

    • Plan a unique date. Do they like being outside? Plan a picnic complete with homemade hummus or heart-shaped latkes. Maybe they are more into performances? Surprise them with tickets to a comedy show.
    • Get them something nice! But nothing too crazy. An adorable Teddy Bear or delicate Opal Star of David Earrings will show you are interested but it's not too over the top. 

    You're Together 1 Year: Let's Get Serious

    • Now is the time to show your partner you really care. A special anniversary gift like a Charm Bracelet or Mezuzah Necklace should win you bonus points!
    • Plan an epic anniversary surprise! Whether it's a homemade meal or a dream trip, doing it together will make it special.

    You're Engaged: Be a Supportive Partner

    • First of all, mazel tov! Don't forget to register for Judaica on ModernTribe. We have all the essentials: gorgeous menorahs, unique seder plates, modern Shabbat candlesticks, challah board and more. 
    • Make planning fun. Enjoy the best parts (cake tasting!) and don't stress about the rest. The important thing is you're getting married! And listen to your mother. Always.

    You're Together Forever: Keep the Romance Alive

    • So you found your bershet, this is not a time to slack! Surprise them with something they love often, whether it's a loving card or flowers.
    • Make memories. Put a few keepsakes like ticket stubs, love notes or flower petals in a stunning box and they are yours forever.

    What are your tips for love?

    Artist Spotlight: Emily Rosenfeld

    Today we are highlighting one of our favorite jewelry and Judaica designers- Emily Rosenfeld! Her designs are simple, timeless and yet whimsical. She is also the sweetest and we love working with her, so we wanted to know more, and share a little more about Emily with you.

    Shop Emily's Collection here.

    Have you always been an artist? How did you get started?

    I have made jewelry for my whole adult life.  I started during a gap year in college and continued after I graduated as an English major.  Working for other designers not only taught me skills, but it showed me what a creative life looked like.  I wanted to live with that kind of freedom to be myself, create a community and working life all at once.  Three years after graduating, I started my own business, in a murphy bed closet in our tiny, perfect Oakland apartment.

    There are a lot of nature elements in your pieces. What inspires your designs?

    I draw a lot of inspiration from nature, from plants especially; my garden is another very real creative adventure.  But I also draw from textiles, both prints and embroidered designs, patterns I loved since I was young.  Because I studied literature and writing, I am also inspired by the desire to communicate, clearly.  Using words in my work has been very important.  My goal is to make meaningful pieces, whether it is through symbols or language, I want it to resonate.

    How did you get into Judaica?

    My second year in business, I started getting requests from my stores for Judaic jewelry pieces.  My line has always been very graphic, using representational, rather than abstract shapes.  My buyers saw that would lend itself easily to adding Jewish Stars and Chai's which is what I started with.  Being Jewish, they felt comfortable asking.  Those pieces sold well immediately.  Wanting to build on that success and also feeling like I had stumbled into supremely comfortable and welcoming territory, I started to explore possibilities beyond jewelry.  Mezuzot were the first Judaic pieces I designed.  I loved working in a new way, carving wax, rather than only sawing metal.  I loved the meaning and the possibilities.  The response to that first group of three Mezuzot was so strong, it inspired me to keep exploring.  Growing up culturally Jewish, but not practicing, making Judaic art has been a way to learn and explore my faith.

    Any future designs you can share with us?

    That is a tough one.  I usually sit down with my notebook, a pencil and a big eraser with little sense of what is going to happen until something takes shape, usually after a lot of erasing. I will say that I am excited about my new Line Drawn Mezuzot series, and will definitely be adding to that group, as well as to the sculptural ones.  Tzedakah feels so important, especially now, there will be new box designs soon as well. 

    Anything else you'd like to add!

    I feel so lucky to get to do this work.  To be part of people's traditions, to find a place in their homes or as part of what they wear is an honor and something for which I will always feel grateful.

     

    Shop Emily's collection here!