Family Jewish Calendar with Custom Pictures for 5780 Jewish Year

$12.65

Included in the Calendar:

  • Parashat Shavua

  • Candle lighting time (Shabbos & Yom Tov) and motzei Shabbos time for Jerusalem

  • Fast days

  • Dates both Jewish and Gregorian

Wall family Jewish calendar with custom pictures for the year of 5780. Perfect gift for grandparents and relatives.

It is possible to add birthdays of the family members (optional) $ 1 each. An additional picture is required for each birthday.

Note: You get layouts ready for printing. Printing is not included in the price. The layout can be done in A3 or A4 format.

You need to provide us with twelve good quality pictures with horizontal orientation. Please name the pictures according to the Jewish months.

 

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