Send a Happy Hanukkah message to someone this year as they celebrate this outstanding holiday! This Happy Hanukkah Card features a lovely illustration of a menorah, traditional Jewish food, and more. It will surely brighten someone's day as they start this amazing holiday season.
As a friend, wish your Jewish friend happiness on this great day. Receiving support from a close friend will surely make them smile. Send them this ecard and your bond with be stronger.
Let your Jewish friend know that you are thinking of them during the holiday season. Send this ecard with has beed designed using vibrant colors with a thoughtful message! Go ahead, send it out now and your friends will be happy when they receive it.
As we head into chiller months with the holidays fast approaching, get into the spirit of Hanukkah with this sweet, fun, and inspirational Happy Hanukkah Card. Send this fabulous card out today to allow someone to light the menorah and spin the dreidel, and of course, wish them a Happy Hanukkah!
A bright yellow background brings light, laughter and love to those you care about as they celebrate Hanukkah. This joyous card is filled with many symbols of this important holiday in the Jewish faith: the menorah, candles and dreidels. It’s a special way to wish friends and loved ones all the happiness in the world as they come together during the Festival of Lights.
Whether or not you are Jewish, it can't be denied that there is plenty that is special about Hanukkah and all that it represents. Not only is the holiday's lighting of candles beautifully symbolic of so many different things, but Hanukkah also creates a wonderful spirit of unison and love.
Do you know someone special who would appreciate the fact that you are thinking of them during the holiday season? Someone who celebrates Hanukkah? If so, then you are in luck! This Happy Hanukkah card was designed to be sent to your friends and family members so that you can remind them to appreciate all that they have during the holidays.
This festive card is a thoughtful way to wish family and friends a Happy Hanukkah. Featuring spirited blue and gold traditional dreidels, it comes with a simple yet sentimental message for a holiday filled with joy. As they celebrate the Festival of Lights, they’ll know they’re on your mind and in your heart always.
A lit blue background is embellished with Stars of David and dreidels, both symbols of the Jewish faith. What a thoughtful way to wish the ones you love a Happy Hanukkah. As the gather together with family and friends to celebrate during the Festival of Lights, they’ll know you’re thinking of them fondly, and whether you’re there with them or miles away, it’s a chance to remind someone how much they mean to you.
Hanukkah lights remind us to never be afraid to stand up for what's right and to always increase in matters of goodness. A little light goes a long way, and a candle of Godly goodness can serve as a beacon of hope for those navigating dark passages of their lives. This creative Hanukkah card was designed to be sent to your friends and family members!
Featuring a symbolic menorah, lit up each of the eight nights of Hanukkah, and dreidels for playing right below, this card is the perfect choice to help someone celebrate the Festival of Lights. The message is a wish for peace, love and joy during this special holiday. It’s the kind of thoughtfulness sure to stay with them all throughout the year.
A black background is lit up with colorful Hanukkah symbols, creating the perfect setting for wishing someone all the best during this special holiday. This festive card is a chance to let someone who is celebrating know that you hope joy, light and happiness surround them and all the people they love during the Festival of Lights. With its vibrance and sentimentality, it’s a message that will stay with them always.
Suzanne Fields once said, "Hanukkah is about the spark of the divine in all of us made in God's image.“The wisdom of Hanukkah is found all over in the rich and beautiful tapestry of the Jewish people. Sometimes it's found in oral tradition, sometimes in the written word, and sometimes it's found in humor and wit.