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Rosh Hashanah 5778

Posted by on August 30, 2017

Rosh Hashanah Blog Hop

Hello and welcome to the Rosh Hashanah Blog Hop! We are a group of Stampin’ Up Demonstrators from around the world stretching our creativity to make Jewish holiday cards with Stampin’ Up products. Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins Wednesday night, September 20, 2017 and that is what we are focusing on for this hop. You may have just arrived from Pascale Godot’s blog, or if you are going backwards from Miriam Permut’s blog. Maybe you are starting here! In any case, all of the blogs link in a circle so you won’t miss a single sweet idea.

This new year is 5778 according to the Jewish calendar. I die cut the numbers in Cherry Cobbler to be reminiscent of apples and used the Hexagons Embossing Folder for the honey. I also made a punch art Shofar, the ram’s horn that is traditionally blown on Rosh Hashanah.

Rosh Hashanah Card for 5778 by Yapha

Stamps: None
Ink: Crushed Curry, Soft Suede
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede
Other: Hexagons Embossing Folder, Large Number Framelets, Layering Ovals Framelits

Here’s a look at how I used the Layering Ovals Framelits to create the Shofar.

Punch Art Shofar for Rosh Hashanah

Thank you for hopping with us today! Your next stop is over at Miriam Permut’s blog.

5 Responses to Rosh Hashanah 5778

  1. Hetty

    Perfect idea, Yapha.
    Great card.

  2. Debby Hoffman

    Great shofar! I love the punch art – I will have to try that!

  3. Nancy

    Love the clean-and-simple approach!

  4. Pascale GODOT

    Yapha I love your card! I love colours! Many thanks for sharing the shofar template! You had a really great idea!
    Shana Tova!

  5. Miriam Permut

    Yapha, you are so clever!!!! I’m not sure I ever would have figured out how to make a shofar. You did a great job creating a card to showcase such an important symbol of our High Holy Days. I love that you included the Hebrew calendar year, too. Shana Tova! Have a sweet new year. I loved hopping with you, once again.