Look the Sun (Yellow) Ketubah

 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."
 Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."

Look the Sun (Yellow) Ketubah

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Inspired by Kandinsky and other modern painters, this bold ketubah design uses a broad palette including cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a yellow background. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth."

This design is best at the larger sizes unless ordering a single language ketubah. Those ordering a Conservative ketubah are recommended to order the large.

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