Off Leash Cats Pet Christmas Favor - 1 Each
London based pastry maker, Tom Smith, invented the Christmas cracker after a trip to France where he was inspired by their bonbon treats. When he returned to London he tried selling the paper wrapped sugared almonds himself with little success. That is until inspiration struck one night as he sat listening to the snaps and pops of his fireplace. What if he could make the treats crackle like the fire when opened? Little did he know that this thought would be the beginning of a timeless Christmas tradition. Crackers evolved from treats to notes, and finally to the trinket-filled, paper wrapped, popping cardboard tubes we know today. Crackers are a perfect addition to your Christmas morning traditions and now you can include your pet too.
This box includes one individual 13-inch long cracker containing a small pet toy. Each of the crackers three segments wrapped in classic Caspari paper and separated by a bow. All designs include a charming die-cut applique. Individuals or partners grab the end segments and pull to open the center section with a “bang” and reveal the toy inside.
Please note, this product cannot be shipped to Switzerland.
- Our Pet Christmas Crackers each feature classic Caspari paper designs and additional luxury embellishments, such as 3D die-cut appliqués, special ribbon, and more unique details.
- Each Christmas Cracker contains a dog or cat toy, which varies by style.
- 1 Pet Christmas Crackers per Box
- 33.02cm Long Each
|Product Type:||Celebration Crackers|
|Collection Name:||Off Leash Cats|
|Quantity Included:||1 Each|
|Product Dimensions:||33.02cm Long Each|
|Country of Origin:||China|
|Style & Theme:||Pets and Animals, Whimsical|
|Artist or Collection:||Masaki Ryo|
|Artist or Collection Biography:||After graduating from Kanazawa College of Art, Masaki Ryo worked as a graphic designer for 9 years, and then started his career as a freelance illustrator. Masaki gradually became aware of the fact that his favorite themes were fashion and cosmetics—this seemed only natural as his father had been a tailor of women’s clothing and Masaki himself had spent time during his childhood playing with a sewing machine. In 2000, Masaki introduced his new fashion paintings executed in his signature style - Masaki’s approach to illustration involves the use of painting knife and acrylic paint, which he then adjusts digitally. Branching away from his signature fashion illustrations, Masaki’s recent artwork has been inspired by his pet dog, a miniature schnauzer. His ability to capture the endearing and playful nature of our canine companions has caught many an eye and has earned the recognition of various clients, including Caspari.|