Rosh Hashanah, or as some of us better know it, the Jewish New Year, is a wonderful time for reflection, refreshing and rejuvenation as the new year begins and the previous year comes to a close. It’s a time to gather with family and friends to begin a fresh start together. Rosh Hashanah falls on […]
Rosh Hashanah, or as some of us better know it, the Jewish New Year, is a wonderful time for reflection, refreshing and rejuvenation as the new year begins and the previous year comes to a close. It’s a time to gather with family and friends to begin a fresh start together.
Rosh Hashanah falls on September 28, 2011 this year at sundown, on the first two days of Tishrei. In the Torah, the Jewish New Year is described as Zikhron Trua, the remembrance of the blowing of the horn. The Jewish believe that Rosh Hashanah marks the creation of the world or universe or the creation of man.
Celebrate the Jewish New Year with our brand new collection of Rosh Hashanah greeting cards and wish your friends and family members a greeting of L’shanah Tovah – A good year! Our brand new Jewish New Year Cards, Jewish New Year Invitations and Rosh Hashanah Cards feature a plethora of designs that mark this important yearly Jewish holiday. Inside the collection you’ll find apple and honey themed cards, Jewish sentiments with the Star of David, scenes of Jerusalem, watercolor Shofar designs, naturalistic prints, pomegranates and musical scenes.
Some of my favorite Rosh Hashanah greeting cards are featured below. The first being Apple Imagery, which is a light green colored stock with a sweet tree of life growing and swirling about with red foil apples. The second, Apples and Honey, is my absolute favorite which is a die-cut red apple with gold accents and an actual honey stick that sticks out of the top for an apple stem. The stick is completely edible and gives a sweet treat to your recipients – what could be better? It comes in a protective envelope for shipping, too. The third card shown below, Starfilled Shofar, features a purple, yellow and red faded Shofar instrument with gold foil stars throughout. The last greeting card below, called the Happy City, features a watercolor and gold foil design of the city of Jerusalem in a variety of vibrant hues. A traditional Jewish greeting adorns the top center of the card and is pre-printed.
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