H E L L O !
My name is Naomi Shiek (pronounced CHIC).
I create papercut ketubot for private clients in the Nouveau Judaica style.

What is a ketubah, you ask? A KETUBAH is a decorative marriage covenant used and exhibited in Jewish, non-denominational and non-traditional weddings and commitment ceremonies wherein the couple's vows to each other are declared.


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Monday, February 6, 2017

updated gallery of Client Photos & Feedback

It's hard to find unique, beautiful Judaica, and Naomi's work was so imaginative and skillful that we couldn't imagine having anything else for our ketubah. The process of working with Naomi was an absolute pleasure. Despite the distance, she responded quickly to every email. She was incredibly professional and personable as we collaborated on a custom ketubah. Naomi made creating the ketubah a joy. Our ketubah is something that we'll cherish forever and we have her to thank for it.

~ Lily & Gary Stute
(see their featured post here)
Wow absolutely stunning workmanship! Even the way it came packaged is of very high quality. Everything is top notch and worth every penny. Naomi of Woodland was an absolute pleasure to work with from the start and took the time to answer any questions I had. Her work is simply gorgeous and I would highly recommend Woodland Papercuts!

~ Dana-Maxx & Brandon Goodman
(see their featured post here)

I literally can not express my excitement! I can't wait to see everyone's faces when they see this, the design far exceeded my expectations, and I was really confident it was going to be amazing, so the fact that its better than I could imagine makes me so thrilled! I am so glad we found your designs! The ketubah is so beautiful, looks amazing in our house, and just perfectly fits us! By far our ketubah will be one of the best, physical mementos from our wedding!

~ Erin & Dylan Murphy
(see their featured post here)
We both started tearing up when we unwrapped it. I could rave about your work for days. The ketubah you made for us is truly an heirloom for a lifetime, and as the dust settles it becomes even more clear what was worth it. Did we really need linen napkins? Would we have been fine without the extra favors? Hindsight is always 20/20 and the ketubah shines through as a constant source of joy. Thank you.

~ Molly & Win Wallace
(see their featured post here)
Your Ketubah was a source of amazement during our wedding!
~ Jenifer & Jeff Gould
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1st photo | Jenna & Evan by Jackie Bayne, Love Shack Photography
2nd photo | Dana-Maxx & Brandon by Max Grudzinski, Iluminada Photography
3rd photo | Jenifer & Ianiv by Jennifer McMenamin Photography
4th photo| Molly & Win by Tristan Crane |Photography
5th photo | Danielle & Jared by Unknown
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