Personalized Kiddush Cup

Personalized Kiddush Cup
Andy's daughter Caroline's Hebrew name is Rivkah Sarah. "Rivkah" for her Grandma Betty and "Sarah" for her Nanny Sophie.

Jewish special occasions such as a bar/bat mitzvahs begins with a blessing over a cup of wine. Create this one-of-a-kind Kiddush cup to commemorate this special occasion. We customized our Kiddush cup to include the name and date of the bat//bar mitzvah child. This personal touch adds those personal details to a very special occasion which can be handed down through the generations. Each Mitzvah celebrated, another family member can add their name and date to commemorate their special occasion – eventually becoming a family heirloom!

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Step 1:
Stir paint before using. Paint cup being careful not to paint the rim
around cup as it is not food safe.

 

Step 2: Let dry and add name and mitzvah date with paint pen.
Let dry a full 24 hrs.

 

Bake in oven at 150 degrees for 35 minutes.
Remove from oven and let cool.
Spray varnish and let dry.

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