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New Home Gifts

New Home Gifts

When moving to a new home‚ the joy is great. There are so many things to do and so many new items that will make the home even more enjoyable. The new home is a one more reason to celebrate with friends and family and surprise them with beautiful gifts that will commemorate the happy event. Toy are trying to choose a gift for the new home that will be special and meaningful and when possible also useful and practical as well. We at Gans have come up with ideas of traditional gifts and new‚ fresh‚ ideas on the occasion of gift for a new home to make their moving into a new home really joyful Many presents available for making the new Jewish home more welcoming await you in this new home gift section. We know you'd like to assist the inhabitants in the new home as much as you can and to show your wishes that the new place of dwelling will be a source of happiness for a long time to come. We have all kind of gifts from Israel that will be appreciated when entering a new home whether traditional or personal‚ practical or decorative‚ you can always find some unique gift idea that you will be remembered by. Let us show you our large assortment of new home presents and gift ideas for new home owners‚ items as home blessing signs‚ exquisite Mezuzot‚ items to remember Jerusalem with‚ and beautiful gifts to enjoy at home. You might not know exactly what they'll need in the new home or can not decide what to give for the new home. Especially for such events we have a collection of gift certificates that the new home owner can redeem‚ and choose exactly what they'd like from our vast collection. You decide only how much you'd like to spend and we'll personalize the gift certificate for you. All you need to do now is ring the doorbell and congratulate. When entering a new dwelling there is a Jewish tradition of remembering Jerusalem. Please go to the link to learn more about this tradition.