We all need to be called something, we all have a name. When my son says to me, “that boy with long hair,” I always answer back, “that kid’s mom didn’t name him the boy with the long hair.” We all have a name. So, where do they come from? Sure, we can choose a name off the top 100 baby name list, but that isn’t all that is involved when you give someone an identity. History and thought goes into that name as well. READ MORE ......→
8 Chanukah Activities for Children – One for Each Night!
Kids LOVE Hannukah! What’s not to love? They get eight nights of fun gifts, play games, and eat lots of chocolate and jelly doughnuts. It’s a dream come true! So it’s a perfect opportunity for parents to get their children involved and excited.
Here are some products and activities to help kids learn about Hannukah while having an amazing time.
You have been invited to a bris or baby naming! The parents will be beaming and the baby will be precious, but what do you bring to the new family? Finding a gift that’s both unique and useful can be a challenge, but we’ve rounded up some of our favorite bris and baby naming present ideas so you’ll never feel confused about what to gift wrap again!
11 Thoughtful Gifts for a Brit Milah or Jewish Baby Naming Ceremony
Unique Way to Gift Money
Always an easy choice for presents, remember to give your monetary gift in increments of $18. Eighteen is the numerical equivalent of the Hebrew word “chai,” which means life and symbolically wishes the recipient a good, long life. READ MORE ......→
Gift giving can be tough…especially for teenagers! So, how do you find a Bar or Bat Mitzvah gift that is sentimentally important, but still suitable for a young adolescent? Luckily for all of us, there are plenty of creative concepts that satisfy both of these needs.
Giving Gifts With Impact: Deposit a Gift’s Online Registry
With a bar or bat mitzvah, inevitably comes gifts. Lots of them. And probably a lot of ‘stuff’ you don’t need. Cash is really the most useful gift; after all, those summer trips to Israel and college tuition aren’t going to pay for themselves.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could register for people to contribute to your child’s goals and dreams to help them fund the important things in life? Yes it would. And it is possible.
Deposit a Gift is a a cash gift registry service that lets your child customize a unique gift list and allow friends and family to contribute easily online via credit card. It’s a simple way for people to contribute to things that actually matter, and safer alternative to worrying about cash and checks.
Click here to create your bar or bat mitzvah registry now.
It’s not every day that you receive a package that blows you away with its thoughtfulness and creativity. That’s exactly what happened when I received a personalized collage made from my daughter Liya’s baby announcement from the very talented Carol Colman Collages.
Passover is approaching! If you’re invited to a Passover seder and want to bring a thoughtful and unique gift for your hosts, we’ve got you covered. A seder plate that matches the family’s personality and style will leave a lasting impression that’s sure to get you invited back!
Traditional bar and bat mitzvah gifts include money, gift cards, or the newest technological gadget. Synagogues and temples regularly give the b’nai mitzvah boy or girl prayer books, kiddush cups or shabbat candlesticks. As a parent, relative or friend of the young person who is becoming an adult in the eyes of the Jewish people, finding a very special gift with lasting spiritual significance can be a very difficult and frustrating task. Plainly stated, there is a lack of meaningful gifts for the boy or girl reaching this pivotal milestone.
Ashra Designs 3D Judaic Art has the answer to this dilemma. We create personalized museum quality 3D bar or bat mitzvah art that captures the joy, spiritual importance, and true meaning of this important occasion.
The b’nai mitzvah boy or girl will love the unique dimensionality of the art that it is personalized just for them. The 3D aspect of the framed art will draw the viewer in and cause them to want to see more. It will become a conversation piece that will be a constant reminder of this special day. READ MORE ......→
We are inspired by the beauty and generosity of one of the latest jewelry designs by 3 Hearts Boutique. What better way to honor your bridesmaids or mitzvah child who has family or friends battling cancer than with a beautiful commemorative bracelet, a portion of which is donated to American Cancer Society Women’s Leadership Circle?
The bracelet also makes the perfect gift for a child whose mitzvah project relates to helping find a cancer cure or volunteering to help those suffering with cancer. The donations help the American Cancer Society carry out their mission to save more lives and lessen the suffering from cancer. READ MORE ......→
With the Jewish High Holidays just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to tell that special relative or friend how much they mean to you. What better and more meaningful way than giving them a gorgeous piece of Hand Made Judaica Art! We fell in love with the elegant and classic lines of Joy Stember’s metal artwork. Her use of pewter, brass, silver and copper combine the feel of antiquity and tradition with contemporary and modern styles. Joy Stember, a highly renowned Judaica artist shares some of her newest pieces with mazelmoments.
Prayer Shabbat and I am My Beloved Collection Sets
PRAYER COLLECTION SHABBAT SET
Welcome Shabbat in style! Celebrate shabbat with this contemporary styled pewter and brass kiddush cup and candle holder set. This artfully handmade set is beautifully embossed with the Hebrew prayer for wine and candles. The finish denotes antiquity and the shape shows the essence of contemporary life. READ MORE ......→