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An uplifting and encouraging design suitable for any occasion of blessing:  birth, confirmation, new job, new home, wedding … the uses are myriad.  And so that you don’t run out of options, there are two layouts to choose from!

187: Blessing.  Inspired by "Blessing" by John O'Donoghue

An uplifting and encouraging design suitable for any occasion of blessing:  birth, confirmation, new job, new home, wedding … the uses are myriad.  And so that you don’t run out of options, there are two layouts to choose from!

186: Blessing.  Inspired by "Blessing" by John O'Donoghue

The Birkat Habayit is a traditional Jewish Blessing for the home.  It is traditionally hung on the wall next to the front door or next to a window. It is meant to drive any evil spirits out of the house and protect the occupants within.  An ideal welcome card for a New Home,  or for any family, community or venture close to your heart.

406: Jewish Blessing for the Home

A flamboyant and exuberant card hand finished on a silky smooth board (320gsm) to best show off these vibrant colours - ideal to celebrate the birth of a new baby -  or for birthdays, weddings, any great celebration.   With top quality smooth white envelope (135gsm). Standard size (A6) as a token of your joy. Presentation size (A5):  Fantastic card!  A real carnival of colour.  Highly recommended.

67: Celtic Blessing

This card is unusual in that it folds down the middle, so the prayer is printed on both the front and back faces of the folded card. Just beautiful calligraphy, hand finished on a silky smooth heavyweight white card (300gsm). With luxury wove white envelope (120gsm) to complement the card. Standard size is great for a brief note or commendation. Presentation size transforms this into a really beautiful prayer for wellbeing - highly recommended.

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