Rosh Hashana Giveaway Week, Day #4: Stunning “Shehecheyanu” Banner for Your Sukkah ($60 Value) – 2 Winners!

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. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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 isย  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.

Each day this week, I am hosting one (and in some cases two) Rosh Hashana giveaways. The giveaways will be open until next Tuesday, September 20 at 11:59 CST. You can enter each giveaway one time. The winners of all the giveaways will be announced next Wednesday.

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!


  1. Crafts from my children

  2. Our son decorates it with things he’s made in school.

  3. I like Israel-themed posters in general, especially pictures of the Old City.

  4. We do a hodge-podge, too– Michael’s sales, kids’ art, etc. This year I’d like to add some chili-pepper lights, just because. I love this poster, mostly because it looks like my family in our (very small) sukkah.

  5. I collect everything I can find and decorate the Sukkah. Its a work in progress