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Wine Ninja Gift Ideas

If you didn’t already know about wine ninjas let me fill you in a bit! Wine ninjas are groups of glorious, generous humans who out of the kindness of their heart drop off gifts (wine is always a good idea) at people’s doors and run away. There are Facebook groups all over the globe getting involved and I myself have begun dropping off and receiving! Whatever you call them, wine ninjas, whiskey wizards, delivery fairies, or whatever you choose these people are making others feel amazing by spreading joy in a dark time! 

Wine ninjas can make elaborate baskets, bags or simply a bottle of wine with a bow but the idea is to give from the heart and accept with grace. Good karma is always great to have. Not to mention if you buy local products to ninja you are supporting your community! Bonus! 

How do you sign up?
Search Facebook for a ninja group in your area. They will have a roll call where you put your address and what allergies or preferences you have! Then wait patiently and drop gifts at other addresses while you wait to be ninja’d yourself! 

So what are some great ideas for ninja bags?

Wine (duh)
Anything with alcohol

Gifts to include:
Scratch tickets
Cute tumblers and cups
Bath bombs
Face masks 
Gift cards
Board games

Kids goodies:
Colouring books
Silly putty 
Play dough

Non alcoholics like gift too:
Non alcoholic beer
Protein drinks

What about the husbands:
Fishing lures
Funny shirts

No matter how much or how little you are able to give just remember it is all about having fun and appreciating each other! Now go sign up and have fun giving gifts! 


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