Inspired by the clean designs of the Arts & Crafts movement, the flower stems and calligraphy of this elegant ketubah are printed with black ink on cream colored paper. The narrow border and leaves are printed with metallic gold ink. The square roses and geometric shapes, a modern interpretation of the Jewish tradition of papercutting, are cut with a laser. Each ketubah includes a piece of red, acid-free Canson pastel paper to use as a backing (though of course you may choose to use a piece of your own paper instead). Scroll down for additional views.
Print Method: Lithography
Original Medium: Papercutting, pen & ink
Please note: Due to the variations between computer monitors, and the inherent difference between projected light and ink on paper, the colors you see here are only approximations.