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Artists in India fashion menorahs out of recycled bicycle parts — this one is made from the chain.
A giant menorah made from Legos.
A whimsical menorah made out of womens’ shoes.
Mathew McCaslin’s ultra-modern Hanukkah menorah made up of ceramic plates and light bulbs adorns a wall in the permanent collection at the Jewish Museum in New York.
A clearly confused Christmas menorah or a “Chrismanukkah” menorah.
The true use of a moose’s antlers is finally revealed.
A LED mini-menorah that’s smaller than a quarter.

Dreidel, dreidel, dreidel, I made it out of…marshmallows? Sounds kind of weird, but wonderful, right? And that’s exactly what you’ll experience while viewing our above slideshow of seven crazy menorahs (check out the video below to see our eighth and most elaborate menorah) in honor of tomorrow’s holiday — Chanukah!

Click on through and see what happens when conventions and quirkiness collide to create something completely kooky — and kick-start your holiday with a smile. Think of it as our gift to you.

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