Groomsmen Gifts: Holy Smokes Pipe Tobacco Kit

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Holy smokes! You’re getting married. Gift your groomsmen and best man these cob tobacco pipe kits to celebrate the occasion. To put these kits together, all you need are a few packs of your favorite pipe tobacco. We chose vanilla, cherry and black Cavendish, and repackaged each flavor in small ziplock bags so each groomsman could try each flavor to see which they like best.

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Package your kits in burlap drawstring bags that can be reused, and label your mini tobacco bags and match boxes with personalized labels. Once you’ve packaged all your items, you can add your matching personalized favor tag to complete the whole package.

Tobacco Pipe Kit Groomsmen Gifts
Author: Evermine
  • a variety of tobacco flavors (we used cherry, vanilla and black cavendish)
  • cob pipes
  • 2 by 3-inch mini ziplock bags (we used [url href=”” target=”_blank”]these[/url])
  • matchboxes
  • burlap drawstring bags
  • personalized Gatsby [url href=”” target=”_blank”]labels[/url] and [url href=”” target=”_blank”]tags[/url]
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  2. Repackage the tobacco in the ziplock bags and label each bag with what type of tobacco is inside. Make sure each sample bag contains at least one pipe bowl’s worth of tobacco.
  3. Assemble your drawstring burlap bags. Place one cob pipe, one matchbox and one tobacco sample pack of each flavor in each bag. Tie the burlap sack shut, and attach your favor tag.
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Robert Randall lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon. He is a formally trained artist and musician and teaches animation to middle school students in the Portland area. When he’s not creating art or music, Robert can usually be found in his garden and kitchen, cooking up something homegrown and delicious.

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