Completed Rosh Hashanah pop-up card

September 7, 2021

There are all kinds of ideas online for how to do a simple DIY pop-up greeting card. Here’s one site I found helpful: http://mashustic.com/category/pop-up-and-other-cards/. Pop-ups can be as simple and as complex as one wishes, one for the person whose personality is ‘I just can’t be bothered’ to the person who likes getting lost in endless detail.

Here is the cover of the completed card….

This is the Hebrew wording for a Rosh Hashanah hymn/song which begins (reading right to left), ‘On Rosh Hashanah, On Rosh Hashanah…’

And when the card is opened, here is the English translation…..

And here is the watercolour painted scene with three pop-up klezmer musicians:

(card surface is 4.25″ x 5.75″)

This was such a fun and entertaining project, especially during these pandemic-restricted days when we really don’t quite know what to do with ourselves, ha ha.

A Happy and Blessed New Year to our Jewish brothers and sisters everywhere!

7 Responses to “Completed Rosh Hashanah pop-up card”

  1. Hineini said

    Thank you! It makes my heart happy to hear that.

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  2. Thank you–I’m getting a great deal from your site, Hineini.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Here’s wishing you and yours a weather-cooperative autumn and a lovely buildup to all the many holidays in store.

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  4. H.J. for avian101 said

    L’shana tovah, Lance. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  5. How kind you always are, Darlene–thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Darlene said

    This is wonderful. I just love it. You certainly captured the essence.

    Liked by 1 person

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