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- Hannukah: Light the nine candles of the menorah in your flyer to greet the Festival of Light. You’ve got to get yourself some dreidels if you want to play dreidel, and for that, you’re going to need your stashes of gelt as well. And even if you lost and got no sweet snacks, there are always going to be latkes and jelly donuts.
- Rosh Hashanah: Nothing says Happy New Jewish Year like honey, challah loaf, apples, and other fresh fruits. Pomegranates emerge in these flyers as a symbolic gesture of gratitude, and sunflowers stand for hope. Such a traditional meal is enough to give away a Rosh Hashana flyer but the Star of David can always pop up in any Jewish template too.
- Shavuot: Shavuot is the Jewish agricultural festival that celebrates the end of the barley harvest season and the start of the wheat harvest. So it’s fairly common for designers to plant strands of wheat in their Shavuot flyers or display wheat products like baked bread, cookies, or other pastry with a Star of David somewhere around.
- Purim: It wouldn’t be a true Purim template without the triangular cake called hamantasch. To celebrate the festival of masks, it’s a tradition that people on the street wear all kinds of costumes and masks, hold parades, and perform. And of course, the carnival won’t be complete without some firecrackers and bonfires to jump over!
- Passover: The best invitation to a seder in celebration of Passover would be a PSD with four cups of red wine and several pieces of matzah as the ritual indicates. Stay away from other kinds of grain, like Jews do for 8 days, and again, consider placing another Jewish star in your design to make things even more religiously and historically symbolic.