Give Hanukkah gelt -- the chocolate coins traditionally used by children for mock wagers -- a stylish wrapping treatment. In one, small glass canisters are lined with decorative paper and filled with coins. A name tag on top and a paper sleeve are the finishing touches. Another stack of coins is swathed in crepe paper and tied with ribbon bows.
This cloth bag is designed to hold a dreidel and counters for a game on the go. It's hand-stamped with the top's characters, their transliteration, and the action that each represents. Travelers take note: On Israeli dreidels the last charcter is pei, not shin, changing the phrase "Nes gadol hayah sham" ("A great miracle happened there") to "Nes gadol hayah po" ("A great miracle happened here").