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Greet Like a God: A Hanukkah Cards Guide for Millennials

Send your parents a card already

Hannah Vaitsblit
December 04, 2015

To my fellow millennials: If you’re like me, you’re probably too busy watching Hanukkah parodies to remember that we’ll be lighting candle No. 1 on Sunday night. Assuming we’ll all be blessed with an abundance of gifts of the cash variety, it’s essential to have quality greetings cards on file for those you care about most. Here’s a guide to some cool cards available for purchase—or printing at home:

Netflix and chill and… but don’t confuse this with a card for Mom.

Is this even kosher? Whatever, it’s the best Snapchat Nation can do…

Forget Chrismukkah. We’re bringing Festivus back.

For Grandma. (Hint hint, my birthday’s right after Hanukkah…)

For the friends you’ll be chillin’ with after grandma… (note: this can be personalized for any particular putz)

For your Israeli cousins. (Translation: Today we don’t count calories. Today, we eat. Have a happy and sweet Hanukkah)

If you’re strapped for time, you can never go wrong with this Drake e-card (it’s printable!). Besides, he’s clearly trendy this season.

Hannah Vaitsblit is an intern at Tablet.