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Leather Became a Labor of Beauty

From the Gegent: Starting from her Pesach kitchen, Aliza Blizinsky became the leader in custom-made leather coverings for Judaica. Full Story, Photos

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As a fellow embroiderer
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As a fellow embroiderer

I appreciate how much work goes into each of these. Yasher koach and much continued hatzalacha

Artistic and conscientious
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Artistic and conscientious

Beautiful work on each and every item she does! good luck Aliza!!

Dovid
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Dovid

Gad elbaz puts on r”t?

Ty Mrs blizinsky for making a mitzvah beautiful…what zchus!

More than a successful entrepeneur
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More than a successful entrepeneur

Her work is that of an Ayshes Chayil whose goal is G-dfearing.

Husband's bag
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Husband's bag

A few years ago I purchased a customized leather teffillin and talis bag for my husband, I came home from the chof beis shvat kinus with it. My husband’s face lit up and he loves this gift very much. Thank you Aliza, you make so many people happy!!

Floridian friends
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Floridian friends

You make a bar mitzvah boy feel so special!! The experience is wonderful and makes them proud of the new mitzvah they are doing!

Thank you, Aliza!
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Thank you, Aliza!

Always a pleasure to work with you and totally amazed by your beautiful tefillin bags for my boys! Continued hatzlacha!
~Rivka Kugel

Aliza is incredible!
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Aliza is incredible!

If you appreciate quality, fine detail and great customer service – You must go to Judaica Creations!
If you dont, Go there anyway!!

Sulha
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Sulha

You are an inspiration ! Keep Up Your Amazing Spirit and Talent!

Source
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Source

Could it be clarified
SHULCHAN Malachim which I have searched brings another source of this
However I have no idea which Sefer it is. כא”ר or בא״ר
Can someone clarify and post ?

Wonderful!
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Wonderful!

Thank you , that is really beautiful!!!

To #3
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To #3

Yes, not only Chabad put on tefillin r”t, most sefardim put on from their wedding onwards.

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