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Hanukkah is a time to celebrate with family and friends, but shopping for those loved ones can add stress to an already busy holiday season. We've rounded up our favorite Hanukkah gift ideas so you can order presents for everyone all at once and cross 'buying gifts' off your to-do list.

We have inexpensive gifts in the $10 range (perfect for families who do one gift each night) as well as moderately priced ideas if you're looking to do a few nicer gifts spaced out throughout the season. And if you're in the market for a splurge gift, we've got those too!

These are our favorite Hanukkah gift ideas for friends, family, coworkers, and even pets! Whether you're searching for eight small gifts or a few larger splurge items, we've got you covered. And once you've ordered your gifts, we'll show you how to wrap them like a pro with our favorite recyclable wrapping paper that comes in gorgeous Hanukkah prints.

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8 Nights of Delight

$24, Food52

This festive idea is really eight gifts in one! Give this on night one, and your recipient can enjoy a sweet treat from Sugarfina every night of Hanukkah.

marble monogram coasters
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Monogram Coasters

$11, Anthropologie

Small gifts can be thoughtful and personal! If you're looking for a nightly gift, these gorgeous monogram marble coasters are a sweet way to let your recipient know you picked this gift out just for them. 

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Concrete Face Plant Pot

$10, Etsy

These face-theme succulent pots are perfect for any plant lover. Pick up a succulent to go with the pot, or include a small gift card to a local plant store so your recipient can choose their own. 

floral travel case
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Small Cosmetic Pouch

$48, Rifle Paper Co.

These travel cases from Rifle Paper Co. are one of the best gifts I received this year, and they're one of my favorite gift ideas for anyone who travels frequently. Available in small and large, the cosmetic pouches are easy to clean and hold the perfect amount of travel toiletries. 

hanukkah food box
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Hanukkah Gift Box

$77, Knack

If you're looking for a good long-distance gift, Knack is one of my favorite gift delivery services. Their Hanukkah gift box comes with butter almond toffee popcorn, a truffle bar trio in three flavors, Happy Hanukkah shortbread cookies, a mercury glass candle, and blue-tipped matches. 

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Abstract Art Puzzle

$42, Minted

Another idea that's perfect for nightly gifting is this gorgeous abstract puzzle that's part of Minted's Featured Gifts by Black Artists collection. Designed by artist Amina Taylor, the 252-piece puzzle comes in a box that's just as pretty as the puzzle, so no wrapping required!

homesick candle
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Latke and Lights Candle

$29, Homesick

Celebrate the season with a candle that smells just like your family's Hanukkah celebration. It features notes of baked apple, butter, and potato, accented by vanilla, sugar, and pound cake. 

monogram travel jewelry cases
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Monogram Travel Jewelry Case

$69, Mark and Graham

These travel jewelry cases are a great pick for anyone who is frequently on-the-go, and they can be personalized any way you like. They're available in petite, small, and medium and come in 18 different colors. 

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Wine Soap

$30, Uncommon Goods

These gorgeous wine soaps make a sweet gift for anyone who loves a glass of red (or white!). Inspired by the blend notes of chardonnay, cabernet, pinot noir, and pinot grigio, they come as a set of 4, so you can gift the entire set or separate them out into four individual gifts. 

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Modern Deco Playing Cards

$10, Anthropologie

Searching for a Hanukkah gift for someone you don't know that well, like a coworker or neighbor? These playing cards are inexpensive, but the modern deco-inspired design makes them look extra special. Pair this with a few other small card games to give the ultimate family game night set. 

leather photo album
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Leather Photo Album

$159, Mpix

A personalized leather photo album is a thoughtful Hanukkah gift for parents, grandparents, or anyone else who would appreciate an album full of sentimental photos. Customize the front of the book (available in five sizes), then use the easy online album builder to design each page. 

abstract tote bag
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Personalized Tote Bag

$32, Minted

This personalized tote bag is a sweet gift for teachers, students, or anyone else frequently carrying books around. The foil-pressed leather tag can be personalized for free, and the snap-front closure makes this bag more practical than a traditional tote.

map pint glass
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College Town Pint Glass

$20, Well Told Design

No ties or slippers this year! Dads are notoriously hard to shop for, but he'll appreciate a set of personalized pint glasses with a map of his college town. Not a big beer drinker? The collection features wine glasses, whiskey glasses, and coffee mugs as well.  

box of hanukkah chocolate bark
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Hanukkah Peppermint Bark

$33, Hilliards Chocolates

Looking for a gift you can ship directly to your recipient? This tasty Hanukkah bark from Hilliards Chocolates comes in a gorgeous wood box wrapped in ribbon, so you don't have to worry about wrapping it! The bark is made from layered dark and white chocolate infused with the perfect amount of peppermint oil, and topped with festive blue sugar sprinkles. 

wine barrel lazy susan
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Personalized Wine Barrel

$175, Uncommon Goods

This personalized gift is a bit of a splurge, but it's a sweet present for parents, couples, or anyone who appreciates a good glass of wine. The lazy susan-style tray is made from a repurposed wine barrel and can be customized with a family name and number to symbolize a year or date. 

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City Art Print

$40, Native Maps

Give a sentimental art print with one of these map-inspired pieces. Whether it symbolizes their hometown, college town, or a special place you've traveled together, these prints from Native Maps are customizable in ten different color combinations and two add-on frame options. 

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DŌ Edible Cookie Dough

$48, DO

Everyone loves a food gift at the holidays, and now that DŌ (the famous New York City-based cookie shop) offers nationwide delivery, you can send edible cookie dough to anyone on your shopping list. Their classic flavors or holiday favorites can be eaten plain, or baked into cookies. 

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Men's Quarter-Zip Sweatshirt

$40, Columbia

Practical gifts are always in style, and any man (or really anyone!) will appreciate this cozy quarter-zip sweatshirt for the winter months. This cozy sueded fleece blend comes in six colors and five sizes, up to XXL.


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