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Flying Wish Paper

Flying Wish Paper

 A BRAND NEW WAY TO CELEBRATE EVERYTHING!

IT FLIES! Think of a special wish - your dream, your deepest desire, your ambitions, concerns or burdens - and write it on the Flying Wish Paper. Shape your paper into a tube and place it on the Wish Platform Card. Light the top edge of the tube and watch it burn down in a small, beautiful flame. At the last moment, your wish magically lifts off the platform and rises to the heavens!

Flying Wish Paper® is a new party or personal activity —a WISHING KIT that features all the materials you need to “Write it, Light it and Watch it Fly!®”—giving your wishes new life and meaning. The activity can be ceremonial or whimsical, somber or festive, but it is always inspirational.

Great for –

  • a wish at Holidays, Birthdays, any Party
  • a toast at Weddings & Anniversaries
  • a prayer of gratitude at Thanksgiving
  • a pledge to your New Year’s Resolutions
  • a personal ceremony to direct your Future

Each kit includes 15 sheets of Flying Wish Paper, 5 Wish Platforms, 1 pencil, and illustrated instructions.

 

"The flying wish paper is just perfect to enclose with a card, making it a present without the bother and expense of shipping.  They also are wonderful stocking stuffers! "We're using the flying wish paper to accompany our dessert and champagne with Thanksgiving dinner.  A perfect end to the meal!"     Terry 11/15

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Sue OpekaSue's Thoughts: This product is another one of my favorites. It's such a hoot to make a wish or set an intention and then watch it fly up into space - how symbolic is that? You can also write down something you want to let go of, light it and send it off.  Such a great feeling and I love the symbolism! Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and I like to bring out the Flying Wish Paper after dinner for each person to recognize something they are thankful for and then boost that feeling by watching it fly. (Here's a tip when you try this at home: Don't catch the ashes with your fingers - the soot is very hard to get off. Rather, catch them in a glass of water.)  Who's Sue?

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