Posts Tagged ‘white elephant gift’
A duck dynasty white elephant gift gets the nod…
Bobbleheads are great for white elephant gifts, and this Phil likeness version will really shake up your next white elephant gift party.
The Duck Dynasty phenomenon makes any gift with a beard and camouflage the gift to steal during a white elephant gift exchange.
Duck Commander Gifts
The Duck Commander Bobble Head will attract holiday fun just like how aa duck comes to the perfect call. The small Phil Robertson will shake his head and look country-cool as he is displayed at the holiday party. In fact, there are several Duck… Read the rest »
Spin-up the white elephant game with this great fork
Your party will move to another level when this great white elephant gift is opened and displayed. This twirling fork demonstrates that someone is going whole-hog into gift sharing territory. The Hog Wild Twirling Spaghetti Fork is sure to add an extra twist to the party fun.
Eating pasta has never been easier – or more fun. Twirling is a better way to eat spaghetti and the motorized fork automatically winds up the pasta on the end of the fork. Now there’s less mess, more satisfying bites and 100% twirling fun.… Read the rest »
Bank on this great white elephant gift
The real magic of the white elephant gift exchange is what happens when a great gift is revealed. Some gifts encourage conversation, followed by a bunch of stealing during the game. This Fuzzy Wuzzy Kitty Mechanical Novelty Coin Bankis purrfect for these gift exchange parties.
This bank is so cute. You just put the coin on the fish pad and press a little on it, it doesn’t just “go off.” Then, you hear a “meow.” Then, the cat peeks out and grabs the coin with his paw. Make sure to put the… Read the rest »
White elephant gift giving retro style
The tradition of giving a white elephant gift dates back centuries in the Far-east. Vintage white elephant giving was a royal event and is much different than how we view the process today.
The white elephant exchange is the perfect venue for sharing gifts in a social activity and is why it so popular. The smartest hosts know that memorable parties use great themes that give guests something unique to remember.
There is a huge craze for all things vintage at the moment. Vintage shops are popping up left, right and center and vintage… Read the rest »
Today marks the start of Hanukkah, a symbolic religious tradition for Jewish families around the world. A candle is lit each night for eight days; A present is shared every day, and they play traditional games.
Other faiths are preparing for the tradition of sharing gifts on each of the 12 days leading up to December. 25th.
Still more are shopping and wrapping presents in preparation for one of the largest single gift opening days of the year; Christmas day.
Gift giving in the holiday season has become a tradition for those with or without religious connection. It seems that… Read the rest »