Meet the Artist: Wendy Brunhild of Wendy Joy Designs

Photo: Courtesy of Wendy Brunhild Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I’m originally from New York but grew up in Arizona and Michigan, and currently live in Henderson, Nevada with my husband and our two dogs. I have a background in both film and journalism and have previously worked as both […]

*Product Review*: Shabbat & Yom Tov Mug by Lavlor Judaica

Photo: Courtesy of Judaica in the Spotlight As a Jewish Art and Culture magazine, we are always delighted when we have the opportunity to review one of the gorgeous products created by one of the talented artists, we have had the pleasure of interviewing for our website in the past. Especially, when the artist is […]

Support Israel this Wedding Season: 18 Presents Jewish Newlyweds Will Love!

Seeing two people in love committing to each other for the rest of their lives under a Chuppah in front of their family and friends is a wonderful moment to witness for everyone. One of the most enjoyable moments for us leading up to a wedding is the search for the perfect present for the […]

36 Spring Inspired Challah Covers Your Family Will Love All Year Round

You do not have to invite a group of people to make welcoming Shabbat on a Friday night special. First and foremost, you do it for yourself. This includes your table décor. You want to use your wedding porcelain? Do it! You do not want to always cook the same traditional dishes but want to […]

18 Unique Hamsas to Add To your Home that are Not Made Out of Clay

Would you like to add a new design to your ever-growing Hamsa collection or surprise someone close to you with a new addition to theirs? We love to surprise our loved ones when they least expect it. But where to start when there are so many gorgeous designs to choose from! We have put together […]

Do you enjoy wearing Kabbalah Jewellery? Then you will love these 18 beautiful pieces!

Jewish mysticism is a fascinating field! You may have come across a variety of protective prayers and symbolism over the years. A wonderful way to remind yourself throughout the day of the important messages and meaningful prayers that have been shared by Jewish mystics in the past is to carry them with you every day […]

Meet the Artist: Melanie Dankowicz

Photo: Courtesy of Melanie Dankowicz Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. Growing up in Maryland, I admired the work of local Judaica artists at the annual Jewish folk arts festival; much later I became one of those artists! I recently made Maryland my home again, after many years in Stockholm, Sweden, […]

42 Papercut Ketubah Designs Perfect For Your Wedding Day!

A Ketubah is a Jewish Wedding Contract signed moments before the bride and groom walk to the Chuppah. Codified in the first century of the Common Era, the Ketubah text has been written in Aramaic outlining the groom’s obligations to his bride and signed in front of two male witnesses. A lot has changed since […]