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Marci Wiesel's unique Jewish papercuts are a delight to the eye and the spirit. She combines her lively papercut designs with Jewish blessings and biblical passages and motifs rich in meaning and symbolism. Created in both traditional and contemporary styles, these exquisite papercut Judaica pieces are a unique way to express gratitude, congratulations and love. Each piece of Jewish art is handcrafted and individually designed by the artist from her studio in the heart of Israel.

Marci has developed a unique style of bordering and layering different combinations of textured papers and bright watercolor backgrounds. Her original works can be seen hanging in homes around the world. The works of art offered on the website are laser cuts created from her original hand cut designs.

Marci's Jewish papercuts make a perfect gift for any special occasion: birthday, wedding, anniversary, Bar and Bat Mitzvah. They are also a wonderful token of appreciation or acknowledgement of achievement for anyone with Jewish interests or a connection with the Jewish community.

Jewish children’s gifts include "Blessing for the Children", "Shema Yisrael/Modeh Ani" and "The Shining Aleph Bet: The Light of Torah."
Gifts suitable for the Jewish home, wedding, or anniversary include Marci's "Bircat HaBayit - Blessing for the Home", "Mizrach - My Heart is in the East", and "Shabbat Candle Lighting Prayer", as well as her popular "Eshet Chayil /A Woman of Valor". Newly available is her "Crown of the Elders / Ateret Zekainim" (perfect gift for grandparents), "Action of the Parents is a Symbol to the Children / Maaseh Avot Siman L'Banim" (for parents and grandparents), and “I am my Beloved's and My Beloved's is Mine / Ani L'Dodi V'Dodi Li.”

Marci has created ketubah art (Jewish marriage contracts) for the past fifteen years and is offering new original papercut ketubah designs. Her ketubah art provides brides and grooms with a vibrant piece of artwork, personalized to include the couple's names and details as well as their individual design preferences. Her traditional Jewish gifts for weddings include Hebrew papercuts with titles like: “Jerusalem Ring,” “Jerusalem Stone Ketubah,” and the “Garden of Eve” ketubah. The assortment of Jewish wedding gifts includes beautiful designs and unique expressions for new couples and their homes.
If you are planning a trip to Israel your group can visit Marci Wiesel in person at her home gallery showroom! Click here for more information. Marci looks forward to seeing you and to offering you a beautiful piece of artwork created in Israel.