These wooden creations are BEAUTIFUL and if you are looking for a unique gift for Chanukah, you couldn’t go wrong with one of these pieces.
And his Tzedakah boxes for $30 (he has a few designs, but I’m partial to this Jerusalem one.)
I think his prices are very reasonable for hand-crafted work, but thru December 16th, you can save an additional 10% when you use the coupon code SALE at checkout.
I know none of us are in the mindset of Sukkot right now, but this is a great time to stock up on whatever you might need for 5774 — prices won’t get lower than this.
And his sukkah kits are immensely popular. Don’t put this off until next September, when you’ll be kicking yourself for not buying it now!
Of course, everybody knows that I love a giveaway, which is why Steve has also generously offered to share two of his handmade creations as a Chanukah Giveaway here on Kosher on a Budget! Thank you, Steve.
There are three ways to enter this giveaway:
#1. Please leave a comment — any comment will do — on this post.This entry is mandatory.
#2. Please like Kosher on a Budget on Facebook. Then leave a separate comment that you have done so (or that you already were). Your like will be confirmed. This entry is optional.
#3. Please subscribe to the Kosher on a Budget Email Newsletter.Then leave a separate comment that you have done so (or that you already were). Subscribes will be confirmed. This entry is optional.
You have until Sunday, December 9th at 11:59 pm EST to complete your entries. I’ll randomly pick two winners and their prize on Monday morning. Steve will send these out FedEx, so you get them in time for the end of Chanukah – if you would like to give your prize as a gift.
Disclaimer: I was provided with both a tzedakah box and a mezuzuah case, and Steve Herman will provide the winners with their prizes directly. I was not otherwise compensated for running this giveaway, nor for sharing my positive opinions of his work. Want more information? See my disclosure policy.