Friday, August 23, 2013

Jewish New Year!




The Jewish holidays are really early this Fall. Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, is in just a couple weeks. Here are some fun cards/projects I made. If you are in need of any Rosh Hashana cards or treats, it isn't too late--I will get them to you in time. Contact me to place an order!

When my kids were in preschool, they always came home with a brown paper bag with an apple and a honey packet to share with the family. This large tag would have really dressed it up!



All products are A Muse Studio except where indicated:
Stamps: Love Conquers All (retired), Mini Holiday Messages
Paper: Sage Gingham (retired), Sugar
Inks: Cherry, Memento Brown
Dies: Nestabilities Circles and Scalloped Circles
Embellishments: 3D Foam Adhesive, Saffron Satin Ribbon


These straws filled with honey are another sweet treat for Rosh Hashana. The style of the packaging was originally designed for pencils, but works great for this, too.



All products are A Muse Studio except where indicated:
Stamps: Love Conquers All (retired), Mini Holiday Messages
Paper: Sage, Sugar
Inks: Cherry
Embellishments: Cherry Satin Ribbon, Cherry/White Baker's Twine, Oriental Trading Co. Wood Button, Washi Tape (non-A Muse Studio)

Sending Jewish New Year cards is traditional as well. I designed two very different styles of card, but I really love them both. Jewish stamps are sometimes hard to find. I am very happy with the ones from Everyday's a Challah Day, sold on Etsy.


All products are A Muse Studio except where indicated:
Stamps: Le Shanah Tovah (Every Day's a Challah Day)
Paper: Mermaid Petite Pinstripe, Lemon Whip, Sugar
Inks: Mermaid, Lemon Whip
Dies: Nestabilities Labels Eight
Embellishments: 3D Foam Adhesive, Sugar Organdy Ribbon


All products are A Muse Studio except where indicated:
Stamps: Birthday Builder, Essential Sentiments, Jewish Star (Every Day's a Challah Day)
Paper: Navy Petite Polka Dot, Toffee, Vanilla
Inks: Memento Brown
Embellishments: 3D Foam Adhesive, Vanilla Twine

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