GISHMAS 2019 – Item 19 – Krampus Carol

When it comes to catchy, cheerful classic Christmas carols, Krampus is overlooked. Fix this egregious oversight with a catchy Krampus tune.

Mario, Jenny, and Megan

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Behind the Scenes

Krampus Carol Sheet Music

GISHMAS 2019 – Item 16 – Reindeer Games

You and your reindeer family are participating in the world famous Reindeer Games. Show us at least 3 events in the games Rudolph was famously shut out of. (You’re not like all of the other reindeer, so make sure to include him this time.)

Mario, Jenny, and Megan

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GISHMAS 2019 – Item 3 – Human Dreidel

Gather your family and friends, because it’s time to play dreidel — #GISH style! Dress up one person as a human dreidel and spin them to play. Hope you get  ג!

Mario, Jenny, and Megan

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GISHMAS 2019 – Item 2 – Consentletoe

Mistletoe with “consent signs” next to it. Post your images tagged #Consentletoe.

Mario and Megan

GISHMAS 2019 – Item 1 – Stocking Run

It’s time for the annual GISHMAS Stocking Run! Fill small holiday stockings, packages, or bundles with necessities like socks, water, food, mittens, etc and a few small, joyful things (small stuffed animals, playing cards, paperback books, candy, a greeting card… you get the idea) for people experiencing homelessness. Then, hang them up in an area where they will be found or if you prefer, hand them out in person to those in need.

Mario

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Item 198 – Do Not Disturb Necktie

Maybe hotels are onto something with their door hangers. Create an ornately designed reversible necktie you can wear that says “Do Not Disturb/”Please Tidy Up” or any other appropriate messaging for those times you want to quickly and efficiently broadcast a message but really don’t feel like being social.

Item 197 – Life Jacket for Life

We could all use a little extra help to stay afloat. You wouldn’t go on a boat without a floatation device; why go through life without one? Create an “emergency life jacket” that you can wear when you feel a little underwater, out of your depth, or just like you need to be buoyed a little, customized with whatever will help you keep swimming.