Welcome to Papercut Judaica.
Since 1990, I have been creating unique, colorful and meaningful gifts for people around the world.
A papercut is a design cut out from one sheet of paper. Each of my designs started as a spiritual idea.
I am inspired by the messages of Judaism, Israel, and The Torah.
After a design is cut, I combine
it with one of my colorful painted backgrounds, and voila! A work of art is born, pleasing to the eye and warming to the heart and soul.
I am deeply passionate about my work. I hope you will be too.
This design features the special seven fruits and grains that grow with extra blessings in the Land of Israel. They are known as the “shivaat haminim” or the “seven species”. In the Torah, they are mentioned along with the pronouncement of the Land of Israel as being “A Land of Milk and Honey”, filled with pure and holy goodness. The Israelites were commanded to bring the first of their harvested fruits and grains each year, to the Holy Temple. With this practice, the Jews could show their appreciation for the abundance that G-d provided, as well as ensure continued sustenance in the future. “V’samachta bechol haTov…”, May you enjoy all the goodness that G-d gives to you and to your entire household… “Ki Yevarechecha Hashem…”, For you shall be blessed by G-d with all your crop and all the work of your hands, and you shall only have joy.
This is a wonderful appreciation gift not only for the Jewish holidays. With this Jewish art, you can send blessings to someone you care about for any occasion. It also makes a perfect presentation gift or award for an honoree, family member, community member, or friend. It will bring meaning and beauty to any room in the house, even the kitchen!