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14/09/2005
Send a greeting by: Leslie Bunder
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Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah

It's that time of the year when your thoughts start focusing on where to buy some Rosh Hashanah cards.

Last year you vowed never to buy them again from the shops when you discovered they were just repackaged from a decade again and even worse, when you opened the pack up you noticed several of them could not be sent out as they were creased, faded or generally damaged.

So you made a vow and what are you going to do about it?  Where can you get Rosh Hashanah cards that are fresh and different? There's plenty of suppliers out in the States, but if you live in the UK your choice has been rather limited, until now.

Graphic designer Ravit Freeman is offering a range of eight cards - four of which are traditional and the other four described as contemporary. The cards certainly fill a niche in the Jewish greetings market - nicely designed with a fresh look to them.

A single card costs £1.25, a pack of four is £3.95, the full range of eight will set you back £5.95 and 16 cards will cost you £10.95.  All prices exclude postage which starts at £1.

At the moment, Ravit is only offering Rosh Hashanah cards but has plans to expand her range by including other Jewish festivals and Jewish lifecycle events.

Cards can be ordered online or by sending a cheque.

For more information:  www.ravit.co.uk

 
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