Jewish Stars are the #1 Hanukkah Gift in 2017


What we’re gifting this Hanukkah 2017 is gold Jewish Star necklaces.  


As seen in December’s issue of  Hadassah Magazine , this year’s hottest and most popular jewelry gifts are Jewish Star necklaces.

Made from solid yellow 14k gold, a delicate Star is exactly what our customers are clamouring for and they can be found online at


“What we love about the diamond star is that is it unique, and so different,” says Paula, owner at Alef Bet Jewelry by Paula.  The diamonds do not disappoint, as they sparkle brilliantly just like the flames of the chanukkiah.  If diamonds aren’t your style, perhaps a simple Star is.  There is actually nothing “simple” about this Star of David, it’s beauty is in the meaning and the design.


Have a wonderful Hanukkah, may it be filled with many blessings, health and love!!




Contest Time is Always Fun!!

There is the blessing, called the Shema Israel, it is a BIG deal.  Such a BIG DEAL, that every single Jewish person knows it.

I mean every. 

Religious or not, they at least know the meaning and the first 3 words.

Hebrew Bracelet
Hebrew Shema Israel Blessing Bracelet


The Shema Israel blessing (translated) reads, “Hear O’ Israel, The Lord is Our G-d, the Lord is One.”  Deuteronomy 6:4

This touching, amazing, personal, gift-giving, wearing daily, gorgeous bracelet is being given away for free until the end of Hanukkah 2016.

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Hanukkah Dessert Table Idea

When someone says they are the hostesss with the mostess, I do not hesitate to reply, “NOT ME!”  This Hanukkah season though, I decided to host a Chanukkah party for my Jewish and non-Jewish friends.  Thinking about making over 100 latkas and the stink that would linger in the house for days was not an option.  So, a dessert and appetizer party was the next big idea.  I practiced making sufganiyot (twice), they didn’t work out well. So, as the stench of the oil lingered in the house and the idea of sufganiyot cooled like hot oil in a pan, plan C was created.

Hanukkah Table Display
Chanukah dessert table display

Pinterest  was a wonderful helper in my Chanukkah party and display.  The site said to create a donut-dipping party, and that solved the failed sufganiyot disaster.  Little trays of sprinkles and icing were placed on the table with donut holes that I bought at the local donut shop.  A few baked and bought cakes, cupcakes and cookies and voila~ the party began to take place.  The adorable printables I found online and printed at Kinkos.  The cute Chanukiah was actually from bought from the Dollar Tree and so were the plates and cupcakes displays…gotta love the local Dollar Stores!


The party favors for the kids stole the show however.  I ordered 100 plastic dreidles from and put them in a small bag with hershey kisses and directions how to play the dreidle game.  I googled it, no credit given to myself whatsoever.

Dreidle Game Rules
Printable dreidle game rules

All in all with a few mojitos, beer and lots of yummy desserts this year’s Chanukkah party was a total hit!  And the clean up was easy since most of the directions were bought at the Dollar Store, didn’t feel bad tossing them out!  Onto next year…..

Hanukkah Elves….

Now, being that I don’t celebrate Christmas I really don’ t know a single thing about an Elf on a Shelf.  I keep seeing all these cute little elves on my friends’ facebook pages, and I got curious.   I started googling it  and couldn’t stop laughing and laughing how creative people are with these little guys.

My friend Shelly posted this great image on her wall.  Makes you want to burst out laughing! 

Elf on a Shelf celebrated Hanukkah
Elf on a Shelf goes Hanukkah

Elf on a Shelf is a book that tells some story about who is nice and who is naughty.  Honestly, I haven’t read it, so don’t take my word for it. 

The pictures are enough to spark my imagination on who is actually naughty and who isn’t.  Just google “elf on a shelf”  or click here to get a jist of it. 

Elf scanner his tuchus
Elf on the scanner again…

         Happy Hanukkah and have a great time googling Elves on a Shelf.  Have any good ones, I’d love to see them!!!