Cute Idea- Cannabis Greeting Cards

Discussion in 'Marijuana News' started by Storm Crow, Nov 8, 2022.

  1. OK, this is just an ad disguised as a news article but It's a cute idea- Greeting cards with a little 1-hitter or a slot that you can slip a joint in!

    Happy holidaze! Cannabis greeting cards include space to insert a joint (news – 2022)

    Lauren Miele is founder and CEO of KushKards, a Denver-based greeting card company that embraces cannabis culture with clever salutations like “joint to the world.” Each card comes with either a one-hitter or a space where the buyer can insert a joint. (Provided by KushKards)

    Just like drinkers gift bottles of wine or six-packs of beer, stoners have long shown their appreciation for one another by gifting cannabis. In the days before legalization, baggies of weed, pipes and other smoking accessories were often put in mock boxes or disguised as something else — anything else — to avoid being recognized for what they truly were.

    But it’s now been 10 years since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana. Should cannabis gift-giving still be hiding in the shadows?

    Denver resident Lauren Miele doesn’t think so, and as founder and CEO of greeting card company KushKards, she’s actively working to dismantle the stigma that often surrounds recreational use.

    KushKards embraces cannabis culture with punny salutations like “light up the holidays” and “joint to the world.” Cards ($7-$10) come with either a one-hitter attached or a slot where a pre-rolled joint can be inserted. The company also sells gift bags with tissue paper ($12) featuring what Miele calls a “polka pot” design — think polka dots, but with weed leaves instead of circles.

    They’re not only clever, but they’re also incredibly cute. Moreover, they’re legal to mail to friends far and wide, as long as you don’t attach marijuana. As someone who recently harvested several homegrown plants, KushKards are the top item on my wish list as I plan gift-giving to friends in Colorado this year.

    The idea for KushKards started simply, according to Miele. Back in 2013, she wanted to gift a friend cannabis for Christmas and was tired of stuffing a dime bag in a totally irrelevant Hallmark card. Instead, the Fashion Institute of Technology grad decided to print her own greeting card and hand-sew some blunts on it to form her friend’s initials.

    “Ever since then, I knew I had something,” Miele said. “Nobody was doing it, so I said ‘Blunt cards it is.’ ”

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    Denver-based greeting card company KushKards also sells "polka pot" gift bags and tissue paper. The design is like polka dots, but weed leaves instead of circles. (Provided by KushKards)


    Granny :wave:
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  2. I like these!
    Gonna get some for the dispo!
    Thanks Granny :rave-girl:
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