JewcyWrap UnWraps: Stylish and Funky Gift Wrap For All Jewish Occasions

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Have you ever walked into a store looking for something simple like Hanukkah wrapping paper and couldn't find a thing? Snowflakes and blue circles were not our idea of spectacular wrap. Of course, we could have gone into the drugstore and picked up a few small and overpriced sheets of boring rainbow dreidels. That's when it struck us -- why not design some really cool Jewish themed wrapping paper? Not just for Hanukkah, but for all Jewish occasions. Bris, Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah and more.

Have you ever walked into a store looking for something simple like Hanukkah wrapping paper and couldn't find a thing? Well, that was just the case for Los Angeles residents Daphne and Don Yousem. The 2006 Holiday season was in full swing, all they wanted was to buy some nice Hanukkah wrapping paper. What they found was a few wimpy rolls of blue snowflakes hidden in the corner under all of the bountiful Christmas gift-wrap.

"That's when it struck us -- let's design some really funky and stylish Jewish themed wrapping paper," says Daphne. "But let's go further -- beyond Hanukkah -- let's make unique gift wrap for all Jewish occasions." And so, JewcyWrap was born.

Less than four months later, http://www.JewcyWrap.com is the place to go for Jewish-themed gift wrap -- and it's not just Hanukkah -- Bris, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, and a general gift wrap that will cover your gift for any Jewish occasion from Passover, to Purim to Shabbat.

JewcyWraps are heavyweight (80# book gloss) over-sized (27"x38") double-sided gift-wraps -- each side compliments the other, so if you have multiple gifts to wrap you can get really creative. (Most specialty gift wrap sheets are barely 40# weight and measure a mere 20"x30").

The Bar Mitzvah wrap is a perfect example of satisfying all tastes; one side is a Bar Mitzvah "Rap," the other side is a Rockin' Bar Mitzvah. So whether the Bar Mitzvah boy prefers rap or rock -- he's covered. There are also matching cards to go with the gift-wrap.

Fundraising is also a big part of the JewcyWrap philosophy. JewcyWrap can set up organizations on line, so that anytime a supporter of an organization logs-in to order wrapping paper and greeting cards, the organization receives 20% of the sales before taxes and shipping.

"If I was not already Jewish, I'd convert just to use this gift wrap," says Gary Bane of Agoura Hills, California.

To see JewcyWrap designs, go to http://www.JewcyWrap.com.
For more information about JewcyWrap, please contact Gilko Consulting at 818-991-6749.

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