It won't happen again until the year 79811, so unless you plan on sticking around that long, this year is your only chance to celebrate Thanksgivukkah! The eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights begins November 27, so many American families will be celebrating both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving together. Our team members have shared some of their favorite festive items for your Thanksgiving and Hanukkah celebrations. Check them out!
This table runner does double duty for your holiday decor
Get your baby started on the tradition of dozing off during Thanksgiving football games
Make sure your guests don't lose track of their wine glasses or coffee mugs
Try out an old-timey recipe for your holiday spread
You could put all sorts of goodies in this colorful felted bowl
Look sparkly and festive at your holiday gatherings
This blue and white votive holder doubles as a condiment tray
You can choose from three seasonal designs for your table setting
Your dog wants to look sparkly and festive at holiday gatherings, too!
No gift is complete until it's wrapped up with a bow
Match these pretty earrings to any holiday outfit or give them as a gift if you can bear to part with them
We will be publishing our gift guides weekly through the holiday season, so continue to check in for locally made gift and decor ideas!