My Judaic CardShop

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Ages 9 to Adult Here is a complete digital Card Shop. Now make your own cards in Hebrew and English. It is a simple three step process anyone can be a designer & printer! You will dazzle everyone with your colorful creations! They can be emailed directly from the program with a single click of your mouse… or can be printed and mailed ‘snail mail’.

Everything you need for the most interesting cards in Hebrew or English is provided in this powerful, yet simple to use software. Bright colors and graphics for all occasions are just a click away. Plus all the graphic tools you’ll ever need to create the kind of cards that will bring smiles to whomever you write. And if you want to make a special card and include your favorite photos, no problem, the software permits you to easily add your family snapshots as well…

Judaic Cardshop is ideal for every type of card, from Brit to Bar Mitzvah and yes… they will make gorgeous ‘Thank You’ cards too.

Features - My Judaic CardShop

  • 1,000′s of Professionally Drawn Images.
  • Graphic Viewer included.
  • Clipart - Templates - Borders
  • Easy Copy, Save, Print any picture.
  • Divided into categories in separate folders makes finding the pictures you want simple.
  • Handy ready print format.
  • Vector-based WMF format with complete editing capabilities.
  • Send email cards directly from program.
  • 1 CD-ROM easy to access

Picture types: Accessories, Bible Books, Bible Stories , Characters, Events, Holidays, Holy Places, Letters, People, Prayers, Shabbat, Symbols,

System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista

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Note: Judaism.com is the longest established Jewish book and Judaica store on the Internet!

Direct link: http://www.judaism.com/display.asp?type=software&type=gcnf&etn=FEDBF

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