Wednesday, November 6, 2013


If you had to ask, "what is Thanksgivukkah?" sit back for a moment and watch this funny (and informative!) video about this upcoming holiday...

Yes, this holiday is so rare, so special, that it won't happen again for another 70,000 years.  Really.  On November 28, 2013, the first day/second night of Hanukkah will fall on Thanksgiving.  This once in a lifetime event is something for everyone to get excited about! 

The internet is a buzz with ways to celebrate two holidays in one.  Will you have Maneschewitz-Brined turkey?  (Yes, please!) 

Photos by Macey J. Foronda, via Buzz Feed.  Download recipes here

Or how about sweet potato bourbon noodle kugel?  (Double yes, please!) 

Photos by Macey J. Foronda, via Buzz Feed.  Download recipes here

We think that nothing sounds better than the Challah-Apple Stuffing.  YUM! 

Photos by Macey J. Foronda, via Buzz Feed.  Download recipes here!
More Than Paper can't wait to celebrate this fun once in a lifetime holiday and we have some great products that you won't find many other places.  These personalized gift stickers would look adorable on an invitation to join your table for the holiday. 

Personalized Gift Stickers - Corkboard Happy Hanukkah (#S3)

Or choose these personalized Thanksgiving/Hanukkah gift stickers.  You can use them on treat bags for the kids, too. 

Personalized Gift Stickers - Chalkboard Menorah and Drumsticks (#S1)

Get a jump start on your holiday cards with this adorable "double delicious" chalkboard photo card by Naavale.  They have a great selection of cards for Thanksgivukkah.  

Digital Holiday Photo Cards - Double Delicious Hanukkah (#H15)

We love this Driedels and Drumsticks design, too!

Digital Holiday Photo Cards - Dreidels & Drumsticks (#H8)

We also have great Thanksgiving entertaining items, like these personalized beverage napkins

Classic Impressions - Embossed 3-ply Beverage/Luncheon Napkins (Thanksgiving)

Check out all of our great items for Thanksgiving to celebrate the most thankful time of the year, by visiting here!   So how will you be celebrating this once in a lifetime holiday, if at all?  Or how will you celebrate your Thanksgiving?  We'd love to know!  Share your plans by commenting below.  Don't forget to take a plate of your food and hastag #thanksgivukkah to join in with millions of others on this special day! 

1 comment:

  1. Wow! The blog is really very informative. Thank you! The tradition of Hanukkah helps to build a strong bonding and relations between family and friends. In fact, you can also personalize Hanukkah photo cards, and present to your loved one. Few days back, a close relative of mine presented a personalized Hanukkah card to her friend which she bought from an online shop named as, Spark & Spark.