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Jewish Kids Blessing Wall Art

This is a high quality and unique handmade nursery room art design – a beautiful original watercolor Jewish blessing for babies and children. Many Jewish parents embrace the custom of blessing their children on Friday evening. This custom is a nice way of bringing gratitude and spirituality into your family.

The traditional children's blessing is recited by parents on Shabbat and makes a great gift for a new Jewish baby, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, birthdays, or holidays.

The Hebrew text translates to:
May God bless you and guard you.
May God show you favor and be gracious to you.
May God show you kindness and grant you peace.

PRODUCT INFO
* Canvas Size: 16″ X 16″ X 1 ” (40cm X 40cm X 2.5cm)
* The painting is laminated with a matte finish, giving it long lasting durability.
* The painted canvas is hand wrapped around a 1″ wooden frame and comes ready to hang on the wall.

PERSONALIZATION
You may personalize the blessing by adding the child's name. Upon check out simply leave the child's name for personalization or any request in the comment space provided when you place your order.

SHIPPING
Shipping is included in price. I use quality, packing materials to ensure a safe and smooth delivery right to your door.

Sharon Goldstein Studio

Price: $89.00

Found in: Starting a Family, Fostering & Adoption, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Welcoming & Raising Children, Covenant & Naming Rituals, Breastfeeding & Weaning, Childhood Milestones, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Parenting Day-to-Day, Gift Giving, Hanukkah Candle Lighting

Tags: priestly blessing, birthdays, baby shower, baby naming, kid-friendly, chosen family, adoption, fostering, art

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