Jewish Baby Gifts are designed by Mickie Caspi to be given to newborn babies or young children on special occasions such as birthdays and Hanukkah.
Caspi Cards Hanukkah – Mickie has created a beautiful line of artwork using giclée printing technology to bring you Personalized Lovers Gifts and Custom Baby Gifts. These custom giclée prints are fully customizable and specifically designed to be shared and given as a truly one-of-a-kind personalized gift. Browse through the galleries to find wonderful gifts for weddings, […]
Wedding Rituals differ by culture, country and customs. According to the NY Times, a “traditional Indian wedding can last days, and rituals include the bride kicking over a pot of rice and dance competitions between Team Bride and Team Groom.” Further, the Times reports that part of the ritual includes the bride and groom circling […]
Although the Jewish New Year is still a month away, the new Jewish Art Calendar by Mickie for 2017 is available and ready for your enjoyment. #jewishartcalendar #jewishartcalendar2017 #mickiecaspi Click on the Post Title to View the Actual Video Or view the Jewish Art Calendar Video at our Google+ Page
Jerusalem 3D Sidewalk Art for Hol Hamoed Passover 2016 What is Hol Hamoed? It is the intermediate days of Passover (and Sukkot), sandwiched by the holy days at the beginning and end of Passover. In Israel, Pesach is 7 days long with 5 days of Hol. In the United States and elsewhere outside of Israel, […]
Whether or not you are a fan of Bernie Sanders, how often do we see a Jewish candidate for President of the United States? And how often do we hear the Jewish Sage, Hillel, paraphrased by that candidate’s wife, as Jane Sanders recently did? In a NY Times article covering a rally in Dubuque Iowa, Mrs. Sanders was interviewed. When asked why Mr. Sanders was attracting so many people, she added: “Because if not now, when? And if not him, who?”
What is a ketubah? Technically, it is a 2,000 year old document that is a pre-nuptial agreement laying out the responsibilities of the bride and groom entering the marriage. The ketubah was intended to protect the Jewish woman at a time when women had no rights on their own. It protected the wife in case […]