However you observe or acknowledge Shabbat—whether you light candles (or want to start), have dinner with your friends or take pause to reconnect with yourself after a long week—we got you. We scoured the internet for traditional items you can use to create or enhance a comforting weekly ritual…and we want to give them to you! Seven lucky winners will each receive one of these fantastic items, all of which can be used with our free download “Welcoming Shabbat: A Guide to the Blessings and Rituals of Friday Night.” Enter to win below!

Pair of Shabbat Candlesticks by Studio Armadillo

(Photo: Studio Armadillo)

Armadillo Judaica Lovers ($82)

These handmade ceramic hexagon candle sticks are unique, classy, radiant, beautiful…the list goes on and on. Enter to win or else we just might keep them for ourselves!

Oak Street Kiddish Cup by Kate Spade New York

(Photo: ModernTribe)
(Photo: Kate Spade New York)

ModernTribe ($50)

Porcelain with a pop of color and rimmed in gold, this kiddush cup is all about modern elegance.

Oak Street Challah Knife by Kate Spade New York

(Photo: Kate Spade New York)

ModernTribe ($40)

This designer knife is red-orange on one side and bright pink on the other, AKA stylish AF.

Challah, I Knead You Apron by Unkosher Market

(Photo: Unkosher Market)
(Photo: Unkosher Market)

Unkosher Market ($45)

One of our favorite Jewish-inspired clothing lines does it again with this fantastic punny apron. Think outside the lox and wear it around your entire apartment, not just in the kitchen. It’s that awesome.

Challah Salt & Pepper Shakers by Rite Lite

(Photo: Rite Lite)

ModernTribe ($15)

“Cause I ain’t no challah-back girl. I ain’t no challah-back girl.” Flavor your food to the beat of this classic jam with these challah salt and pepper shakers. What? We don’t judge.

Anodized Aluminum Havdallah Set by Yair Emanuel

(Photo: Judaica Webstore)
(Photo: Judaica Webstore)

Judaica Webstore ($99)

This beautiful Havdallah set is a “seamless blend of modernity and tradition.” Let the brushed metal and gorgeous colors remind you to make Havdallah a regular occurrence.

Embroidered Challah Cover by Yair Emanuel

(Photo: Judaica Webstore)
(Photo: Judaica Webstore)

Judaica Webstore ($47)

With Shabbat veyom tov—“Sabbath and festivals”—embroidered in the middle, this cozy challah cover is evergreen…er, ever-blue for year-round use!


This giveaway is now closed. Thank you for your interest!