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Printable Purim Cards for Every Style

Finally! Download & Print Your Purim Cards.  There’s one to suit your style.

Every year, I think that it’s going to be the last time my Purim card is a white label with my family’s name on it. But, no matter what I envision would accompany my mishloach manot, time usually runs away from me and I end up sticking those ubiquitous white labels onto my packages while I’m driving around town on Purim morning.

All of the Purim cards that you saw featured in Joy of Kosher magazine are available here for you to print and download. There’s one to match every theme.

Muffin and Cinnamon Roll Gift

Muffin and Cinnamon Roll Gift

Picture Frame Card (choose your size below)

8x10 frame

1)     Happy Purim 5 x 7

2)     Chag Sameach 5 x 7

3)     Happy Purim 8 x 10

4)     Chag Sameach 8 x 10

Insert these Purim cards into picture frames that are repurposed as a tray, as you see pictured above for our “Breakfast Is Served” themed mishloach manos with homemade Cinnamon Buns and English Muffins.

MORE: A Cookie Lover's Mishloach Manot Tutorial with Tags

Pie and Cake Pops

Cake Pops

5)     ‘Everything Tastes Better on a Stick’—Round Tag

6)     Purim Mask—Round Tag

7)     A Freilichen Purim—Round Tag

These playful round tags were created for our cake and pie pops. You can use them on your own pops, or simply as labels or tags. Use a 2.5-inch jumbo hole punch for easy cutting.

8)   Double Dipping Is Allowed!

pretzel card

This Purim card was designed to match Tamar’s whole wheat pretzels with dipping sauces. The size is 3.5 x 5 inches.

We featured this card in our “Cooking with Kids” column, where columnist Julie Negrin shares her recipe for mini quiches, but it’ll go perfectly with any mishloach manos that features something bite-sized.

9)  “For Cookie Lovers Only—Happy Purim (Blue)” and "For Cookie Lovers Only (Yellow)"

cookie lovers

These cards were designed to seal our giant cookie mishloach manos. You can use Avery labels size 1.25 x 3.75

Cards Designed by Esther Silverstein of ESDesignGroup.