January was a a busy month for Talullah Ketubahs! I have started a relationship with The National Museum of American Jewish History here in Philadelphia and, as of last week, six of my ketubahs designs are available for purchase through their ketubah gallery.
I have also been working on a new line of Birkat Habayit (Home Blessing) pieces and they are finally photographed and available for purchase through tallulahketubahs.com and the Tallulah Ketubahs ETSY store. There are four new designs all inspired by my amazing neighborhood- Mt. Airy, Philadelphia. The architecture here is so quaint and I've so enjoyed going out with my sketchbook to draw the quirky duplexes. These pieces are a fun and contemporary take on the traditional home blessing and make perfect housewarming gifts! I offer them with English and Hebrew text or without text if you simply enjoy the artwork.
I am picking up steam with the calligraphy too and am currently working on my first wedding invitation job. I hope to offer a range of calligraphy services later this year.
Hugs and kisses,