Dad Grass Chanukah Wrapping Paper
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Our mascot Rollie studied for 5 years (that’s 36 in dog years) and passed his rabbinical test with flying colors. To celebrate, we made him (along with his menorahs, Manischewitz wine, jelly donuts, gold coins, dreidels and candle) the star of our latest innovation. Enter Dad Grass Wrapping Paper. And don’t think you have to wrap your Dad Grass in these festive papers. We’ve got Stashes for that. This Dad Grass Wrapping Paper can beautify any pressie, big or small.
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Each sheet of our wrapping paper is 20” x 29”. The ten sheets are collectively rolled in kraft tubes for easy shipping and storage.
If you’re a member of the tribe, your holiday rituals might look a bit different from your neighbors’. While they’re putting up the Christmas lights, you’re bringing down that Chanukah box, dusting off your menorahs, and calling your mother about Bubbe’s famous brisket recipe. And when they’re still hunting down the perfect gifts to put under the tree, you’re already lighting the candles, gorging on oily treats and spinning those eight crazy nights away. But whether you’re a jew or a gentile (or anything else for that matter), the holiday season is first and foremost a time for celebration. And that means we’re all looking forward to a whole bunch of gift-giving, eating, imbibing and, of course, grass-smoking with the ones we love.
This year, the year 5782 according to the Hebrew calendar, we’ve got your presents wrapped up (literally). For gifts both big and small, we’ve created Dad Grass Wrapping Paper that looks so good, you won’t even want to open your presents this Chanukah. It’s packed with your yearly favorites. From menorahs with joint candles to a mini Manischewitz Wine bottle, and just the cutest little Rabbi you’ve ever seen, this paper will be the talk of your feast (just don’t forget to compliment Ima’s matzah ball soup). Remember to order soon because Chanukah starts on November 28th!