Friday, December 26, 2008

8 Days of Giveaways:
Kroc Kippah Giveaway!


**ENTRY FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**

PopJudaica.com is celebrating Chanukah with 8 Days of Giveaways! Each day this week, we'll be gifting one lucky blog reader with a special Chanukah gift.

Today's prize is the Kroc Kippah. Now you can coordinate your shoes with your kippah! The Kroc Kippah is the coolest kippah we've ever come across. It comes with 4 sports charms which can be interchanged with "jibbitz" from your own collection.

To enter to win the Kroc Kippah, tell us - if you were to create your own kippah - what would it look like? Leave your idea in the comments section below by midnight PT tonight 12/26/08.

**ENTRY FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**

11 comments:

valerie2350 said...

glow in the dark, perhaps ;)

Shlomo said...

My ideal Kippah would be tropical! Palm trees, parrots and maybe even a margarita.

Cindy said...

I would design a female kippah one that is ultra feminine.So far I haven't liked any out there.

Kim Moldofsky said...

Oy. 10 y.o. says he would like an invisible kippah. You sell those? It could be the Pet Rock of the 21st century.

Reiza said...

YES! A kroc Kippah giveaway. I actually had a dream last night that I won this. I got a box, opened it, and found one inside. I then did the happy dance.

Maybe that's a sign. I hope so. I've been in love with this thing ever since I first saw it on your site.

If I could create a kippah, it would probably be for my son. It would be light cotton so that he could write/draw on it, but then wash it out and start over.

TheAngelForever said...

Since I do not wear a kippah, I would design one for my little guy. It would be a Doodle Pro version where he would keep himself busy.

TechyDad said...

My son has one of the Bochari style kippahs (kind of like the one here: http://www.judaism.com/display.asp?nt=CKDUEk&etn=IIDGD ). I'd design one like that but I'd give it some "techy" flair and make the design based on something technological in nature like a circuit board.

Of course, the kippah that I use is the one I want to keep using. It's the one I got married in and thus has a special place in my heart (and on my head ;-) ).

S2K said...

I've knit a kippah or two - does that count?

Tuvia said...

I am sure my Kippah probably already exsist, but a nice Yankees kippah would be perfect :)

Michele said...

I think a clear kippah would be cool.

beth said...

pooh bear