Rosh Hashanah Giveaway!!

I love winning things. How about you?? Enter to win one of THREE Rosh Hashanah apples and honey plates! Cute right? Rosh Hashanah Giveaway

Do you like being a winner? I sure do! And I win, often. But you gotta be in it to win it, as my Bubbe always says. Meaning you can’t win if you don’t play!Rosh Hashanah Giveaway

So when one of my readers, Valerie, approached me about hosting a giveaway of these adorable apples & honey plates from her Bull City Studio Etsy store, I was game. Because the only thing I like more than winning things, is for Y’ALL to win things. Seriously.Rosh Hashanah Giveaway

These plates come in four colors and two sizes, and THREE winners will win the plate of their choice! Sorry for the caps, I’m just super excited! And Rosh Hashanah will be here before you know it. You can put any name on the plate too. Your child’s, dog’s, Bubbe’s. Amy would fit nicely I think. Rosh Hashanah Giveaway

Just fill out the Rafflecopter below. The more ways you enter, the greater your chances of winning. And make sure to check out Valerie’s Etsy Store. There are so many cute monogramed things. Why are monogramed things so much better than not monogramed things?? I blame my East Coast roots.

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Good luck!



  1. anne says

    This would be a wonderful gift for my daughter-in-law and my sister.Thanks for this delightful and special giveaway.

  2. dkny says

    In the spirit of equality and fairness – since I can’t win all 3 plates! – I would put the acronym of my grandkids initials, maybe with an endearment.

  3. Betty S. says

    These are adorable. I can’t wait until she’s back from celebrating her baby’s first birthday so I can check out her Etsy shop. :)

  4. Kevin Dahlstrom says

    This is a tough one. I would want to include my wonderful family – has to be “ahavah” – It is what it is. Simple, yet meaningful.

  5. Betty S. says

    I would put one of my daughter’s names on it. Then I would order another one for the other to be fair. 😉

  6. Kathryn Cohen says

    I would put our last name on it. That way at gatherings people would know who it belonged too.

  7. JGW says

    My daughter’s name, which is very common among Russian Bubbes (like mine) but much less so with American first graders. She would love it!

  8. Helen says

    I have no idea who I would personalize the plate for. I have 4 kids at home – that could start a riot!