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Modern, Classic & Jewish

Hey friends! I’m gonna take a break today and turn my blog over today to my lovely friend Jill. Hope you enjoy!

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Hi there! This is Teri’s friend Jill, of In Good Faith. Recently I converted to Judaism after a long two year process. During that time, as I started to set up my husband and my home as “a Jewish home” of sorts, I noticed that there was a serious lack of classy, modern judaica.

I spent hours combing through endless options for holiday decor and housewares that were never quite right. It was frustrating. I wanted a blog that would narrow down the options and highlight jewish housewares and decor that fit a more modern style. One that would be more at home in Martha Stewart Living than your grandmother’s house. So I made one! My new blog Modern, Classic & Jewish is now up and running.

If you’re Jewish, I hope you find my blog useful. If you’re not, I hope you find it useful for gift giving. You may need to buy a gift for a Jewish friend. Or you may want to send them a card to celebrate an accomplishment. So, here is a preview of what Modern, Classic & Jewish is all about:

1.) The Perfect Greeting

In the days of e-cards and congratulatory texts, everyone appreciates a beautiful, appropriate good old fashioned card. Etsy has some beautiful selections that will show your friend that you intentionally chose this card to celebrate their accomplishment.

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Mazel tov card by Matatote, available here, $4.00

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L’Chaim card, available for bar mitzvahs, weddings, other occasions, by Matatote, available here, $4.00

2.) Welcome Home!

Need a housewarming gift for your Jewish friend? Trader Joe’s carries Kosher wine for $4.99 a bottle called Terrenal:

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Need something more? Lots of Jews nail a mezuzah to their front door. Here is one of my current favorites:

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Mezuzah case, Studio Armadillo, available here, $49.00

I hope that you’ll come check my new blog out!

Thanks for the post Jill! You’ve found some seriously beautiful items! I want to buy them even though I’m not Jewish especially some of the servingware you’ve posted!

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    christina
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    i love this!! good luck and congrats on a new blog! 🙂

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