Hanukkah Gifts: Wrapping Paper, Gift Bags and Boxes
Whether you spell it Hanukkah, Hanuka, or Channukah, the Festival of Lights is nearing. And we know that Hanukkah is an opportunity to have parties, fun parties for kids or more elegant parties for the adults. If you are going to give gifts, you will surely want pretty paper to wrap it in, or perhaps a box to bring it in. I have gone through the wide selection of Hanukkah gift wraps and gifts boxes available on Zazzle, to find the ones I like best and then I added some of my own. Maybe you will agree with me and order one of my selections, or perhaps, once on the site, you may suddenly see something you like better and order that one. Let me offer you my favourite selection and you take it from there.
Zazzle is the oldest and largest online print-on-demand company and it ships your order out toute de suite! That means, pretty fast. A great thing about ordering from Zazzle is that you can return the product for a full refund if you are not happy with it.
Hanukkah Gifts – Wrapping Paper
I selected a variety of colours and designs. There are menorahs, stars of David, candles, and dreidels. The most common colour is blue, but I made sure to add red, purple, orange and gold. Some of these are suitable for presents for the kids and others are more elegant and suited to adult gifts. Make sure to check the yardage of these gift wrap rolls so you order enough for all the presents you will give this Hanukkah holiday.
Tissue Paper for Wrapping your Hanukkah Gifts
Perhaps you want a more elegant type of wrapping – the kind tissue paper does so well. Here is a selection of tissue paper for your Hanukkah gifts.
Hanukkah Gifts – Bags
The three bags below are available in four sizes: large (as shown), medium, small and wine bottle bags. The Koala bear bag may be most suitable for kids, so you probably will not be using it for wine, but it is available if you want.
The next six bags are available in large size only.The Blue Magen David design is available in small, medium and wine bottle sizes as well but the designer was careful to make sure the designs fit these other sizes and that is why he published them separately.
Please note before your order the last two, they have a place to put the name of the person to whom the gift is given. Another name is currently written in, so look for the easily found box in which you write the name you want on the bag.
The next selection are bags available in medium size only. You might be able to tell that they are all by the same designer, someone whose work I like very much.
The three bags below are also available only in medium size, but they have the added feature of being personalizable. That means you can change the wording and write in the name of the person to whom your gift is intended. Make sure you look on both front and back of the bags before you order because there may be wording on both sides. If you do not change any of the wording, the bag will be delivered with the designer wording on it. If the gift is from a friend, you do not want to leave on, Love from Mom and Dad, do you?
The four bags below are available in small and medium sizes. They appear to also be available for wine bottles, however, the designers were not careful enough about ensuring that the entire design fit on the bag well and I advise you not to order these in wine bag size. The small and medium ones are quite lovely, I think.
The two designs below work well for the wine bottle bag. They are also available in small and medium sizes.
Favour Boxes for your Hanukkah Gifts
The four boxes below can be used for smaller gifts. The Elegant black box and the blue square box have customizable wording on them so before you order make sure you have changed the wording to something you want to have on them. The black box can theoretically stay as is since it merely wishes the receiver a happy Hanukkah, but the square box has the name, Chantal, on it so click the customize button and change the name or delete it.
My Own Design
Happy Hanukkah is unevenly written in red, with hearts and swirls around it, and a menorah in place of the letter, u, in Hanukkah.
I think this design makes a light and cheering option for wrapping, boxing or bagging your Hanukkah gifts. You can use the ribbon with the wrapping paper or tissue paper and perhaps use a sticker to hold the ribbon in place where you tie it up. Add a gift tag instead of a card (on the other side is space to write the names of the gift recipient and giver).
Wine Bottle Bag, plus Small & Medium Sized Gift BagsLarge Gift BagFavour Box with RibbonGable Favour BoxSmall Paper Bag for FavoursWrapping Paper RollTissue PaperRIbbonGift TagSquare StickerRound StickerStar Shaped Sticker
Hope you and your family and friends have a wonderful Hanukkah.
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