Giveaway | Photo Name Art from Hal Jaffe

Have you noticed KOAB’s newest sponsor – Hal Jaffe Name Art?

Hal creates very cool, one of kind, framed name art posters. He created one for us with our last name and we LOVE it! We even rearranged some furniture in our house to create the perfect spot for displaying it!

Hal is running a big sale for KOAB readers through the end of April – get the name of your choice (3-11 letters) in either black or white matte with free framing AND free shipping for only $65.  Just use the promo code nocoupon.

Scroll through Hal’s huge selection of color, black and white and sepia pictures for each letter and pick the ones you like the best – or leave it up to Hal. He’s got a great eye!

I think this would make a wonderful wedding or anniversary gift – especially if you are tired of giving the same old china settings and crystal vases.

Plus, one lucky Kosher on a Budget reader will win their own name art print! Choose black or white matte, the images you like best, and the name of your choice – from 3 – 11 letters long. Keep it for yourself, or give it as a special gift!

#1. To enter this giveaway, please leave a comment on this post with your favorite wedding gift – given or received. (For eg. my set of Denby dishes, which we use every Shabbat!) This is a mandatory entry, so please do this first.

#2. For more chances to win, you can subscribe to KOAB’s email newsletter – it comes out once a day and I promise I’ll never spam you. Once you have signed up, come back and leave ANOTHER comment that you have done so. If you’re already signed up – thank you! Just leave a comment to that effect. This entry is optional – so if you’d rather not subscribe, that’s cool.

#3. And for one more chance to win, you can “like” this post. (The like button is right up there, at the top of this post). Then come back and leave another comment letting me know you have done so. Again, this entry is optional – although I do hope you’ll “like” this post and help me spread the word about Hal Jaffe’s Name Art and this cool giveaway!

This giveaway will be open until the end of the day on Sunday, March 18th. A winner will be selected randomly and notified by Monday morning. Good luck!

Disclaimer: Hal Jaffe Name Art provided me with a complimentary name art poster to facilitate my review. He is also a paid advertiser on Kosher on a Budget. However, I was not compensated in any way to run this giveaway, nor to share my positive opinions of his product.


  1. My favorite gift was probably my kitchenaid or probably the china.

  2. Miriam Lipnick says

    I think my favorite wedding gift was my pots and pans! I am already subscribed to the newsfeed and I am a fb follower

  3. I already subscribe to your newsletter!

  4. shandel strasberg says

    my favorite wedding gift we got was our challah board and knife! still use it every shabbat!

  5. shandel strasberg says

    subscribed and liked

  6. i think my favorite wedding gift was a stained glass box someone had our invitation made into. It is a beautiful conversation piece, and looking at it always makes me smile 🙂

  7. already subscribe and liked 🙂

  8. all clad copper core pots!

  9. Karen Rubin Brown says

    My favorite gift was our silver…which I am still using 26 years later. I have liked the page and I am a longtime subscriber to KOAB 🙂
    I would love to win this because our youngest son is currently an art major and this would be an awesome gift for him. He recently took the photos of our synagogue for me to submit to the local historical society and this would be a great way to say, “Thank you.”

  10. my favorite wedding present is my stemware from my grandmother. They are beautiful, antique, AND part of our family. (Of course who knows how long the whole set will last…)

  11. i already subscribe to your newsletter

  12. and i liked this post!

  13. Susan K. Benesch says

    My favorite wedding gift is brass candlesticks which had been a wedding present to my beloved in-laws-in 1925. I have used them for Shabbat & Yom Tov for almost 34 years. I am a recent subscriber to KOAB. Thank you for this opportunity.

  14. My favorite wedding gift was mt Kosher Lamp! It is the best and I use it all the time and take it with me whenever we go away for Shabbos!

  15. already an email subscriber!

  16. Liked the post!

  17. kitchenaid – use it all the time!

  18. Picnic basket with a book of Shakespeare’s sonnets.

  19. Favorite wedding gift: cash! Always useful.

  20. Denise Derriso says

    I have liked the post

  21. Denise Derriso says

    Favorite wedding gift is my Nikon D60 to capture my memories

  22. Denise Derriso says

    already a subscribed member

  23. favorite wedding gift, was my Shabbos lachtor (candle holder)!!

  24. I love our Cuisinart coffee maker, we use it every day and couldn’t live without it!

  25. Fave wedding gift- a kitchen aid mixer. Still runs great after 10 years of use and abuse.

  26. Post liked, and I subscribe to you emails already.

  27. Judi Krumbein says

    A plunger! A VERY practical gift, and definitely not one that we got duplicates of!

  28. Judi Krumbein says

    I liked the post.

  29. Favorite wedding gift- our fountain kiddush cup – we love using it.

  30. Already subscribed to the newsletter

  31. For sure the ice cream maker I gave to my friend for her wedding – I should have registered for one myself!

  32. My favorite wedding gift was a paper cut of our dugma

  33. I already subscribe. Thanks!

  34. Susan K. Benesch says

    have subscribed to your e-mail newsletter too.

  35. Best gift we gave was a weframe with a holder for crushed glass from the ceremony

  36. Paula B. L. says

    I love our dishes & silverware which we use on Shabbat and other special times.

  37. Margo Strahlberg says

    Fav wedding gift? Cash!

  38. Favorite wedding gift was the challah board we received. It is truly one of the few things that we still use consistently from all those years ago.

  39. I already subscribe.

  40. My favorite wedding gift would have to be our really cool 2 piece serving set. I use it almost every Shabbos!

  41. we received this unique chanukiah that looks like the wall surrounding the old city (looks like jerusalem stones)

  42. My favorite wedding gift was a set of colorful serving/mixing bowls

  43. I already subscribe to the emails!

  44. I liked the post

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  47. My favorite wedding gift – received – was the china my grandmother passed to us. It had been her mothers, and now we cherish it.

  48. I already subscribe to your email newsletter

  49. I “liked” this post, as well.

  50. favorite wedding gift was a generous set of silverware from my husbands grandparents.