Tradition & Innovation

Kids Personalized Hamsa

Hamsa Wall Hangings are a meaningful and unique gift. This one is perfect as a gift for a new baby, a new house, or a new couple. The Hamsa is a symbol of good luck and protection and is said to ward off negative energies from the evil eye. The word Hamsa mean “five” and refers to the digits on the hand. The number five is considered to have special spiritual power of protection.

* 6″ tall x 4″ wide (15 centimeters x 10 centimeters )
* Material: Das clay and Fimo
* Comes with a decorative ribbon – easy to hang
* Hamsa will come beautifully wrapped

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

Sharon Goldstein Studio

Price: $45.00

Found in: Fostering & Adoption, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Covenant & Naming Rituals, Breastfeeding & Weaning, Childhood Milestones, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Driver's License, First Menstruation, Leaving Home, Graduation, Weddings & Commitment Ceremonies, Parenting Day-to-Day, Gift Giving, Hanukkah Candle Lighting

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