A couple of weeks ago, I asked on Facebook what you would like to win for a Rosh Hashana Giveaway. When a number of you suggested Rosh Hashana Judaica, I knew just the place to go: The Jewish Gift Place.
They also have an amazing array of jewelry, including this evil eye necklace designed by Israeli artist Michal Golan ($80). Apparently it’s been selling like hot cakes since Melissa Gorga wore it on Real Housewives of New Jersey (I kid you not).
While evil eye jewelry is not my personal style, this – on the other hand – had me at hello. I adore the simple, modern lines in this apple and honey plate designed by Shraga Landesman. ($100)
Truly there is something for everyone at The Jewish Gift Place – even those of us “on a budget”, since KOAB readers can enjoy $10 off their Rosh Hashana gifts with the promo code RH11.
And of course, two lucky KOAB readers will do even better when they win a $50 gift card to The Jewish Gift Place.
Figuring this will be a pretty popular giveaway, I am giving you SEVEN ways to enter. The first one is MANDATORY: Just leave a comment on this post telling me what your favorite item of Judaica is in your home.
The other six entries are optional. You can do one, some, all or none.
- Subscribe to the daily KOAB email newsletter – if you already subscribe, just check that box
- Like KOAB on Facebook – if you’re already a fan, just check that box
- Like Jewish Gift Place on Facebook
- Like this post to share it on your Facebook wall
- Follow KOAB on Twitter – if you already follow me, just check that box
- Follow Jewish Gift Place on Twitter
- Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter – it’s already set up with the text for you
Remember: The more ways you enter, the better your chances of winning! Simply follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter below:
Disclaimer: JewishGiftPlace.com will provide a $50 e-gift-card to each of the two KOAB readers who win this giveaway. I was not compensated by the Jewish Gift Place to host this giveaway, nor to share my positive opinions of their selection – especially that apple and honey plate. The Jewish Gift Place is, however, an advertiser on Kosher on a Budget. For more information about how private ads help to support KOAB, pleaes read my disclosure policy.