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Rosh Hashanah Apple Tree card

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Rosh Hashanah Apple Tree card (478386)
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Rosh Hashanah Apple Tree card
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Inside Text:
May the New Year
bring you
hope, peace and joy.
Inside text only
Product ID:
In Stock - Ships the next business day
Folded 7" x 5" greeting card
Artist Notes:
A lovely card to celebrate the Jewish New Year. This design features an apple tree with a bushel of apples. The background is ivory with a dark red left border and a digitally applied stained appearance for added interest. The text "L'shana Tovah" means "have a good year".
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Reviews for Rosh Hashanah Apple Tree card
"QUALITY GREETINGS" By RAYMOND P - August 26th, 2022
Fine quality card, tasteful in concept, design and greeting. From a gentile to a much respected jewish acquaintance - so needed something above the ordinary.
"Nice, general card" By Susan A - December 23rd, 2020
I didn't want a card that was an overly religious one, as I wanted to send it to friends and acquaintances who identify as more culturally Jewish than religiously Jewish. A plain New Year's greeting (for Rosh Hashanah) was the perfect card for my purposes.
"HAPPY WITH THE SELECTION" By joanne b - September 27th, 2014
I was very happy with the selections that Greetings cards universe have to offer. This was a very well illustrated card. I highly recommend ordering from this company which I do for every single occasion.
"Beautiful Jewish New Year's Card" By Steven R - August 13th, 2014
I was very impressed with the design, composition and quality of this card. I bought several to send to friends who celebrate Rosh Hashanah.