Quilled Rosh Hashanah cards, final
It's time to wrap up making Rosh Hashanah greeting cards for this year. Seems like I've made enough for all friends and family :) This is the third and final set, the previous two can be found here:
Well, the one at the top isn't too much original. Apples (how to quill apples) with honey are traditionally eaten on Rosh Hashanah eve. Size: 3 1/8 x 3 1/8 inch (8 x 8 cm).
As for this card, I haven't used the motif of a white dove carrying an olive branch yet. No need to explain that this is a symbol of peace. Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/8 inch (6.5 x 8 cm).
No, cats are not a symbolic food :) This card is for our neighbors, who keep a gorgeous gray male cat they love so much, that I decided to feature him on their greeting card. To make the look of this card more appropriate to Rosh Hashanah, I also added the traditional apple and pomegranate (the latter used as the base). This greeting card is 3 3/8 inch (~8.5 cm) high.