I know that this is supposed to be the Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week, but seeing as how Rosh Hashana is really the gateway to three more weeks of yomtov fun, I thought it would be okay to throw in a Sukkot gift, too! Hope you don’t mind.
The wonderful folks at The Sukkah Project (have you taken advantage of their exclusive KOAB code for 5% off your sukkah and accessories orders?) are giving away two of these beautiful “Shehecheyanu” banners for your sukkah.
Shehecheyanu (2009) by Flora Rosefsky, depicts the familiar blessing recited upon a first time happening such as lighting the first Hanukkah candle, hanging a Mezuzah or– as in this case–fulfilling the annual Mitzvah to sit in the Sukkah.
Digitally printed on weather-proof nylon fabric suitable for outdoor exposure. Banner is 19 inches wide and 41 inches high, with dowel pockets top & bottom for hanging (dowels included).
If you would like to be one of TWO lucky Kosher on a Budget readers to win this Shehecheyanu banner, please leave a comment on this post telling me about your sukkah-decorating style. (For eg., Our sukkah is a real hodge podge, but I love our painted-on art gallery.)
Sorry, but this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.
Disclaimer: The Sukkah Project will provide one banner to each of the two winners. I was not compensated in any way for hosting this giveaway, nor instructed to share positive opinions of the Shehecheyanu Banner. Those opinions are all my own!