Vegan Hanukkah Gift Box Deluxe Eyes Kit AND Wooden Dreidel

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This is a Deluxe Eye Kit for that extra special someone. Everything you need for a gorgeous Vegan Eye
Included in this kit:
* Vegan Black Mascara
* Vegan Liquid Eyeliner ( you choose the color or leave it up to us
* Five 5 gram jars of Vegan Mineral Eye Shadow
* All 3 Vegan Eye brushes shadow, bent tip liner, and angled liner.
* 1 oz. bottle of Fix-It Spray
* 1 oz. bottle of Seal -It sealant
* One 5 gram jar of Vegan Eyeshadow Primer
This gift box also includes an extra special surprise Each gift box will include a Wooden Dreidel.
Legend tells that dreidels were first spun in the second century B.C.E. by the Maccabees, a clan of Jews living under the harsh reign of Syrian king Antiochus IV, who had decreed that the study of the Torah -- a practice paramount to Jewish spiritual life -- was punishable by death. Whenever Maccabees gathered to discuss religious matters, they put a dreidel on the table and spun it boisterously if any authorities passed by, creating the illusion that they were simply wagering on a game of chance. There was some irony to this subterfuge, as the Torah forbids gambling. Eventually the Maccabees overthrew their oppressors and held a ceremony to rededicate their temple.
Please make sure the recipients name and address are in notes to seller and I will do all the mailing. Gift Boxes get priority mailing and also go to the head of the pack for shipping. If this is a domestic order it will be mailed priority mail and if it is international it will be First Class International. If you are ordering internationally please allow sufficient time for the gift box to reach your intended. Keep in mind that the closer we get to the holidays the longer it can take to arrive due to volume at the PO Please order early!
Comes in a white box with blue tissue paper and silver metallic shred and includes a gift tag with To: and From: included.
Wow! what a way to say Happy Hanukkah