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Old 03-09-2009, 07:14 AM   #441
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Hey friends! I found a great technique to use with the Stars of David set. I needed some generic thank yous and used the Magic Snowflake technique. It came out pretty cool!

Yapha, how did you score the triangle inside the circle evenly to make your hamentaschen on this card?

ETA: Happy Purim!
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Yapha, how did you score the triangle inside the circle evenly to make your hamentaschen on this card?

ETA: Happy Purim!
Happy Purim! I actually didn't score it, I just folded it like I do the hamantaschen dough. I put a piece of the elegant eggplant paper in the center, and then some dimensionals under the flaps so they would stay a little puffed up.

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Happy Purim! I actually didn't score it, I just folded it like I do the hamantaschen dough. I put a piece of the elegant eggplant paper in the center, and then some dimensionals under the flaps so they would stay a little puffed up.

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Thanks for the directions! It will make a great thank you card for a purim basket we received.
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first of all, thank you for this thread. it is wonderful to learn about other cultures, i only thought of giving Hannukah cards, LOL, and i live in a mostly-Jewish neighborhood.
I have a few questions about giving cards....
other than red and green for Hannukah cards (LOL) are there any other 'inappropriate' color combinations? is gold okay instead of silver for Hannukah cards? (as in gold and blue, or gold and pink etc)
i know Christmas stamp sets always have angels in them, often with a dove... the dove would be ok on a card, would the angels?
is the Star Of David considered an appropriate image for most cards for Jewish holidays (as a Christian, you could use a cross image for nearly any card)?
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first of all, thank you for this thread. it is wonderful to learn about other cultures, i only thought of giving Hannukah cards, LOL, and i live in a mostly-Jewish neighborhood.
I have a few questions about giving cards....
other than red and green for Hannukah cards (LOL) are there any other 'inappropriate' color combinations? is gold okay instead of silver for Hannukah cards? (as in gold and blue, or gold and pink etc)
i know Christmas stamp sets always have angels in them, often with a dove... the dove would be ok on a card, would the angels?
is the Star Of David considered an appropriate image for most cards for Jewish holidays (as a Christian, you could use a cross image for nearly any card)?
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Hi Laura, great questions.
1. The only other inappropriate color combo I can think of would be pastels for Passover. Pastels are very "Easterish".
2. IMO a dove is ok, but not the angels.
3. Yes, a Star of David is appropriate for any Jewish card regardless of the holiday. However, if the card is for a generic reason (birthday, thinking of you, get well) it's not necessary and event appropriate images might be better.

Clear as mud?
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Hi Laura, great questions.
1. The only other inappropriate color combo I can think of would be pastels for Passover. Pastels are very "Easterish".
2. IMO a dove is ok, but not the angels.
3. Yes, a Star of David is appropriate for any Jewish card regardless of the holiday. However, if the card is for a generic reason (birthday, thinking of you, get well) it's not necessary and event appropriate images might be better.

Clear as mud?
I'm going to add a bit too.
-I like bright/strong pastels for passover or earth tones. Pale pastels are very Easter.
-even though baby animals are springtime, Easter has the association. I would stay away from baby animals and eggs. Doves, frogs, grasshoppers, even cows can be associated w/Passover. (10 plagues except doves)
-Flowers are ok, but NO lilies. I would also stay away form daffodils and tulips. Great for mothers day, but not Passover.
-no baskets
-Angels are tough. We have angels in our tradition, but they are different. I don't know how to explain exactly. We don't have personal angles, they are messengers of G-d. The "cute" angels or guardian angel isn't quite right.
-As w/the Christmas stamps watch out for hidden Chanukah images in your stamps. In winter sets holly, wreaths on doors, trees w/stars on top can be lurking in the background. The same thing happens in Jewish sets. 9 candle menorahs (7 candles great), gift boxes, dradels can be in the background and make the stamp exclusive for Chanukah.
Maybe there's more out there. Hope that helps. Ann
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Help, I am making a card for a bat mitzvah and would like to know if the following wording is ok on the cover of the card....

For the Bat Mitzvah girl.

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Help, I am making a card for a bat mitzvah and would like to know if the following wording is ok on the cover of the card....

For the Bat Mitzvah girl.

Thanks!
Absolutely perfect Joan!
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You're welcome. Please be sure to let us know when you've posted it.
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Yes please we love show and tell around here!! For those who are celebrating Passover, Happy Cleaning to you!
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Yes please we love show and tell around here!! For those who are celebrating Passover, Happy Cleaning to you!
Ha ha! Did you make a card for that? Here's a sentiment...chametz free for you and me. Oy, I think I need to crawl back under my rock now.
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A card....if I only had time! When my DD was 2 years old she was at day care (I work 2-3 days a week) and was franticly pushing the toy vacuum cleaner around the play area. The teacher asked "what are you doing"? She replied "I'm cleaning for Passover!"

ps She is the only Jewish child in her school. We don't live in a very Jewish area

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i live in a neighborhood which has a large Jewish population. The other day i saw a sign on the lamp-post... "Kosher Car Cleaning- We come to you, no schlepping!". now i have a question.... there are foods that are 'Kosher', and foods that are 'Kosher For Passover', and I even see the local beauticians selling 'Kosher Make-Up For Passover'. What makes Passover's Kosher items different from the rest of the year's? How is make-up Kosher or not?
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also, for Passover, do you have to use particular cleaners, or can you just use bleach or whatever?
just curious
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My best answer is it depends on the tradition of your family. We clean w/normal every day cleaners. Some people will only use kosher for passover (KFP) cleaners. I'm not sure I would use vinegar that wasn't KFP. It is distilled from grain. I would get the KFP vinegar.

The way my DH and I grew up you clean as best as you can (really do your best) then you have to let it go a bit. We will tape some cabinets closed if necessary. Some families would not come into our home at Passover because it is not KFP enough for them. We only buy KFP pre made food products, but will buy off the shelf nuts, dried fruit, milk. Other families want everything in the house KFP for the whole 8 days. We do almost all our own cooking for the week. (I find this hard, you don't realize how many times you pick up lunch or a snack out)

The hardest part for me is anticipating how much is enough for a week for our family. The stores in our area have almost nothing for passover this year. The closest stores w/a good amount of KFP foods is 30min away. I don't want to have to make a trip just for one more day, but I don't want a lot of left over either.
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after Passover, can you still eat KFP foods, or must they be discarded?
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You can eat KFP food any time. Most people want matzoh and matzoh products that are baked that year. My father will eat matzoh year round. We find that we "save" the KFP food for Passover. That way it is special at least for the first few days. By the end of 8 days I'm really sick of it. When you eat a lot of grain and pasta the rest of the year it is hard on my gut to go to matzoh and potatoes.
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Great explanations Annie! That's basically how I do Passover as well. I'm guessing that the Kosher for Passover car cleaning would get out all those little crumbs from snacks through out the year.

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For 12 years I was the Controller (chief financial officer - not the head button pusher) for a Car Wash which happened to be owned by a Jewish family. They have a Passover "chametz removal" special every year. It was busy at quite a few of the locations. Others, not so much.
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Ok, here's my Bat Mitzvah card. The girl's father is dying of a brain tumor so this is a tough situation. I don't know the girl, but work with her Mom. ugh Life....
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It's a beautiful card!

What a sad story. My cousins son had his Bar Mitzvah she was in the middle of chemo for breast cancer. She did a good job of making it a special day for her son, but it was a difficult time.
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Joan, that is a beautiful card! Just wonderful!

And congrats on your son, too!

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Beautiful card Joan! Congrats on your son's achievement and sorry Mom is driving you batty.
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Oh my gosh! You're THAT stampinCPA! I knew I recognized your name! I haven't been on this thread in a long time; just wanted to see what everyone was doing for Pesach...and it's you! I CASEd your beautiful card as I said I would, and received some nice comments.

How funny - as I'm typing this I'm seeing a banner ad for HebrewOnline (Read the Hagada in Hebrew) - is Splitcoast matching their banners to thread titles?!!!!
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Oh my gosh! You're THAT stampinCPA! I knew I recognized your name! I haven't been on this thread in a long time; just wanted to see what everyone was doing for Pesach...and it's you! I CASEd your beautiful card as I said I would, and received some nice comments.

How funny - as I'm typing this I'm seeing a banner ad for HebrewOnline (Read the Hagada in Hebrew) - is Splitcoast matching their banners to thread titles?!!!!
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You're too funny Sarah! As far as ads matching the threads, the software actually "reads" the thread content then selects ads to match. So depending on the conversation, you can get some pretty weird stuff!
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HELP! I have a friend who is Jewish and I'd like to make her a card for Passover which is this Wednesday.

I have the Mazel Tov set from PTI and I know that a Seder plate would be appropriate. But what wording? And what is NOT apprpriate?

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Deb, take a deep breath. It's ok. The seder plate would be perfect. As for what to say:
Wishing you a happy Passover, or
Wishing you a happy Pesach, or
Happy Passover, or
Happy Pesach

If you have the Mazel Tov additions, the "Next year in Jerusalem" would be an excellent choice.

Just make it simple. But no matter what you do, I'm sure your friend will love it because it came from you.
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Deb, take a deep breath. It's ok. The seder plate would be perfect. As for what to say:
Wishing you a happy Passover, or
Wishing you a happy Pesach, or
Happy Passover, or
Happy Pesach

If you have the Mazel Tov additions, the "Next year in Jerusalem" would be an excellent choice.

Just make it simple. But no matter what you do, I'm sure your friend will love it because it came from you.
Thank you so much for the quick response. I need to make the card tonight as she is out Wed-Friday for the holiday.

Judiaism has such a rich history and beautiful traditions and I don't want to make a big faux pas due to my ignorance and offend anyone. I was raised Catholic, so I know very little about Passover as the Jewish faith celebrate it.

Simple works great for me! I do have the additions set so I'll use the "Next year in Jerusalem" for sure.

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You could also use Chag Sameach, which means Happy Holiday, and is appropriate for anything other than Yom Kippur. But Next Year in Jerusalem is perfect!

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as far as everyday greeting cards, are there any 'taboo' images. LOL yes i know a Crucifix is inappropriate but what i mean is are birds and butterflies okay? other than lilies, are there any flowers to avoid (someone here had mentioned no lilies).
the reason i ask is, my local library is holding a fundraiser, and i wanted to donate a few simple everyday cards for them to sell. But i live in a mixed-religion area. while i know Muslims do not use images of animals (or people) traditionally in their art... i know very little about what images Jewish people do not use (or worse, i may offend someone somehow?)
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>>I don't want to make a big faux pas due to my ignorance and offend anyone

i agree with Deb. i don't want to be the person who, like, brings the shrimp cocktail to the Seder... and then realizes i have prepared shellfish (DUH, NOT Kosher)... and then spends days feeling guilty (even if no one was offended, i would feel horrible that i COULD Have offended my hosts)
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as far as everyday greeting cards, are there any 'taboo' images. LOL yes i know a Crucifix is inappropriate but what i mean is are birds and butterflies okay? other than lilies, are there any flowers to avoid (someone here had mentioned no lilies).
the reason i ask is, my local library is holding a fundraiser, and i wanted to donate a few simple everyday cards for them to sell. But i live in a mixed-religion area. while i know Muslims do not use images of animals (or people) traditionally in their art... i know very little about what images Jewish people do not use (or worse, i may offend someone somehow?)
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If they are everyday kind of cards (i.e. no religious significance) than I would refrain from any religious images at all. I think any generic image is fine and I wouldn't stress too much about offending people. If someone doesn't like a card, they simply won't buy it. But don't beat yourself up over it. It's nice of you to think about it though. Flowers, birds, butterflies, flourishes, doodles, etc are all fine.
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Brisket is in the oven! I've got 13 for dinner tomorrow night. Trying some new recipes this year.
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You could also use Chag Sameach, which means Happy Holiday, and is appropriate for anything other than Yom Kippur. But Next Year in Jerusalem is perfect!

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My friend LOVED the card and was touched that I took the time to make her a Passover card. Thanks to you all, she's a happy camper tonight.

Thank you all so much for sharing your faith with me and allowing me to ask all my dumb questions.
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we're doing a dairy Seder this year! Everything seems new!! I've been cooking for 2 days. Whole fish on the BBQ. The big issue is the numbers keep changing!! 14 then maybe 12 now back to 14. Good thing I didn't do place cards this year I would have gone crazy!

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we're doing a dairy Seder this year! Everything seems new!! I've been cooking for 2 days. Whole fish on the BBQ. The big issue is the numbers keep changing!! 14 then maybe 12 now back to 14. Good thing I didn't do place cards this year I would have gone crazy!

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Yum, a dairy seder! As a vegetarian that sounds amazing!

Oh man, I totally forgot about making place cards!!!! I wonder if I have time... Ha!

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Old 04-08-2009, 04:26 AM   #479
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A dariy seder? How interesting Annie! We're now down to 13. Place cards? Seriously? Who has time for place cards?! Sit your tuchas down and eat is my motto!
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