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Rosh Hashanah Blog Hop 5779

Posted by on August 19, 2018

Hello and welcome to our 2nd annual 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 Sunday night, September 9, 2018 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 Melissa Thomas’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.

I was super excited to see the new apple stamp set. It’s a very realistic one too! I paired it with the Hexagon Embossing Folder to make this Apples & Honey card. The Hebrew words wish you a a good and sweet new year. I printed them out on the computer.

Apple and Honey Rosh Hashanah Card by Yapha

Stamps: Picked for You
Ink: Lovely Lipstick, Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Soft Suede
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Crushed Curry, Very Vanilla, Wood Textures Designer Series Paper
Other: Hexagon Embossing Folder, Layering Circles Framelits, Square Punch

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

6 Responses to Rosh Hashanah Blog Hop 5779

  1. Hetty

    That is a lovely and deliciously looking card, Yapha.
    Shana Tova!

  2. Wendy Bellino

    That apple stamp is fabulous and what a wonderful image to celebrate the holiday!

  3. Melissa Thomas

    I love the honeycomb in the background… How gorgeous! Wishing you a sweet new year…

  4. Debby

    Gorgeous! Have a sweet new year!

  5. Lois Friedman

    I am always impressed by your ideas and creativity! I love these!

  6. Pascale

    Gorgeous and fabulous! I love the sentiment in hebrew!
    Shana TOVA!