Hanukkah Pop Up Card

  • Hanukkah, a wintertime holiday in Judaism, is also known as the Jewish "festival of lights" as its focus is on lighting the eight Chanukah candles during the eight days of the festival. Although not one of the more serious holy days of the Jewish tradition, it is still traditionally celebrated with specific foods and ceremonies. We wanted to create a card that reflects the beauty of this time-honored celebration.
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Hanukkah Pop Up Card

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Order Quantity: 500 Piece/Pieces Customer can mix many designs in one order

Supply Ability: 30.000 Piece/Pieces per Month

Port: Ho Chi Minh

Payment Terms: L/C,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,Paypal


Quick Details:

Material: Art Paper Product Type: Card
Card Type: Pop up Card Style: Artificial
Use: Souvenir Theme: Hanukkah
Regional Feature: Viet Nam Place of Origin: HCMC, Vietnam
Brand Name: Paper Color Model Number: PC171
Size: 5x7" Color: Options

What you find inside the Hanukkah Pop Up Card

A well-designed Hanukkah Menorah pop up card for anyone who is celebrating this prestigious event. At the first sight, you can see in front of this exclusive blue cover card, it features a menorah.

Once opened the pop up card reveals a glorious 3D menorah complete with nine "glowing" candles. Under the candles are decorated by laser-cut patterns that are complex and beautiful.

Inspiration for the Hanukkah Pop Up Card

Hanukkah, a wintertime holiday in Judaism, is also known as the Jewish "festival of lights" as its focus is on lighting the eight Chanukah candles during the eight days of the festival. Although not one of the more serious holy days of the Jewish tradition, it is still traditionally celebrated with specific foods and ceremonies. We wanted to create a card that reflects the beauty of this time-honored celebration.

Occasions for the Hanukkah Pop Up Card

Bring in Hanukkah with this 3-D pop up card of a golden menorah that has detachable candles! Gift this card to your friends who practice Judaism and can add a candle for everyday of this festive occasion to place on their mantels at home! You can also buy one for yourself to enlighten others about the Hanukkah historical background.

 

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