Tradition & Innovation

Personalized Kids Mezuzah Case

The perfect gift for a new baby, kid's birthday, bar/bat mitzvah, or graduation is this handmade mezuzah, designed with acrylic colors. The mezuzah is covered with two layers of eco-friendly preservative wood finish. At the mezuzah top is the letter “ש” (made of clay), for Shaddai, a biblical name of God, standing for the phrase: Shomer Daltot Yisrael, “Guardian of Israel’s doors.”

The mezuzah comes with dual-side tape for easy affixing to a doorpost.

Length: 7.08″ (18 cm)
Width: 1.9″ (5cm)
Thickness: 0.07″ (18 mm)
Material: Wood + Fimo

This mezuzah case fits a 5.9″ (15 cm”) scroll (not included).

You may personalize the blessing by adding the child's name. Upon check out simply leave the child's name for personalization or any request in the comment space provided when you place your order.

Shipping is included in price. I use quality, packing materials to ensure a safe and smooth delivery right to your door.

Sharon Goldstein Studio

Price: $54.00

Found in: Fostering & Adoption, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Covenant & Naming Rituals, Breastfeeding & Weaning, Childhood Milestones, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Driver's License, First Menstruation, Leaving Home, Graduation, Parenting Day-to-Day, Gift Giving, Hanukkah Candle Lighting

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