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Laura's modern Judaica art ideas and designs make great Jewish gifts for Jewish holidays such as Hanukkah and Pesach (Passover), as well as unique and modern gifts for a Jewish wedding, Bar or Bat Mitzvah.

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Latest Blog Posts for Modern Handcrafted Jewish Gifts and Judaica Art

  • Less is more
    on Apr 9, 2014
    I do feel proud of myself that I achieved one of my goals and I have created a collection of (almost) all the Judaica essentials. For Shabbat I already have made a Kiddush Cup and several types of candlesticks..Shamayim Varetz Kiddush CupThis year I...
  • on Nov 6, 2013
    Not long till Hannukah - it's early this year - starts on the evening of Wednesday November 27th.Buy any 2 Hannukah menorahs and get a FREE menorah of your choice! (Menorah must be of equal or lesser value to the least expensive menorah) Offer g...
  • Synagogues and My MezuzahsSeveral synagogues have been ordering my designs lately - one in San Francisco and one in Melbourne. I recently asked on Facebook if anyone had seen my mezuzahs at the Bowdon Synagogue in South Manchester, England. This is the delightf...
  • New Saturn menorah and Dreidel SetTo quote an architect’s reaction about my new design; “Dreidels and Menorahs, they go together like bagel and lox.”I used my signature theme of Saturn’s ring and created a Saturn menorah that you can use by itself or combine it with any...
  • Lazy salad
    on Nov 29, 2011
    Now you've got your pomegranate seeds, make my favorite lazy salad, that has very short prep time. Just throw in bowl;1. Bought ready washed lettuce leaves. 2. Bought ready grated carrot. 3. Chopped avocado. 4. Pomegranate seeds.&...
  • How to remove the seeds from a pomegranate
    on Nov 28, 2011 in seeds pomegranate peel
    How to get the seeds out of a pomegranate without staining your hands, clothes and  the whole kitchen?First cut a very thin slice off the top of the pomegranate, thin enough that you do not cut the seeds. Using a spoon, remove a little of the ce...
  • How to get the seeds out of a pomegranate without staining your hands, clothes and the whole kitchen
    on Nov 28, 2011 in seeds pomegranate peel
    First cut a very thin slice off the top of the pomegranate, thin enough that you do not cut the seeds. Using a spoon, remove a little of the center core.  Score 4 thin vertical lines around the pomegranate with a knife. Place the whole frui...
  • Jewish Mom in DenialAfter 6 years of denial I have come to the realization that I am not just Laura Cowan, innovative contemporary designer, a determined Judaica artist who doesn't care what people think and always says what she means.I am, in fact Laura Cowan Jewish Mo...
  • Ashkenazi alert!Yes, the only people that would think of making a jam out of a beetroot. One spoon of this sends me right back to my childhood. My Grandma’s jam was legendary, and she used to make jars and jars. I would have thick layers of it on matza for breakfa...
  • How is this Seder different from all other Seders?When I grew up we had a very traditional Seder night. It was the highlight of the year for my Grandpa and he read and sung every word of the Hagada with such intensity and vibrancy, that I’ve been looking for a Seder like it ever since then. Every...
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