Would you give in to the fact that kids display their hidden talents when its festivity time? Well, to a great extent, yes! You can see their eyes beaming with excitement and the desire to do something unique. Passover is yet another venture which thrills these kids and provides an opportunity to come up with their artistic skills. Now, that Passover is around the corner, this article will help polish your kid's craft making talents and give them numerous ideas. Kids, it's time to use your creative skills and gift your dear and near ones and make them feel proud of their selfless efforts. This opportunity may also be taken as a token of developing an intimate bond among the children and the adults. You may also help them and guide them to deliver their best. Help them utilize this Jewish holiday to the best and applaud them for their talents. Go ahead and take a look at these simple yet elegant craft ideas.
Easy Pesach Craft Ideas for Children
Crafts are an excellent way to indulge kids in Passover celebrations. This article will give you ideas to make easy Pesach craft for children.
Kids Passover Crafts
- Piece of Newspaper
- Fabric Gift Bag
- One large Colored Napkin
- Glitter Pens
- Small Fabric Flowers (for decoration)
- White Craft Glue
- The first step is to fold the piece of newspaper and slip it inside the fabric bag. This will prevent the front and back of the bag from being glued together, while adding decorations.
- In a random pattern, use the small dabs of white craft glue and attach the silk flowers to your afikomen bag.
- Allow the glue to set and let it dry for at least 30 minutes.
- Make sure that the flowers are firmly fastened and then decorate the rest of your bag. Make it more attractive by using colored glitter pens.
- When everything is dry, remove the newspaper from the inside of the bag.
- Replace it with a folded napkin, in a bright and vibrant color.
Elijah's Cup Place Card
- 3/4-inch Red Glass Gem
- 3 Pony Beads
- Aluminum Foil
- ½ inch Flat Button
- Silver Rick-rack
- White Craft Glue
- Blue Construction Paper
- Glue the three pony beads together, so that it forms the stem for the cup.
- To form the base of the cup, glue the button to one end of the stack of the pony beads.
- For the wine in the cup, glue the red gem on top of pony-beads stack.
- Fold a sheet of foil in half, so that it is shiny on either side. Cut a 4-inch square from the foil.
- Setting the base of the cup in the center of the square foil, bring the sides of foil up, over the base and stem of the cup to cover them.
- With the help of your hands, squeeze the foil so that it takes the shape of the base and stem of the cup.
- Set the base of the cup.
- With the help of a scissor, trim the top edges of the foil, around the red gem, so that the foil becomes the outside of the cup.
- From a blue construction paper, cut a 2 by 3 ½-inch rectangle, to make the place card.
- Use glue and paste a strip of silver rick-rack across the bottom of the card, to decorate it.
- Glue the cup in the top towards the left corner of the card.
- Use a marker to write a name on the card.
Spring Seder Plate
- 1 round Plastic or Sturdy Paper Plate
- Green Acrylic Paint
- 5 Paper Muffin Cups
- Paint Brush
- Black Marker
- Craft Glue
- Stickers (for decoration)
- With the help of a paintbrush, paint your plate green and let it dry.
- Using the same shade of green, paint the inside bottom of the muffin cups and also set them aside to dry.
- After the plate and muffin cups are dry, take the black magic marker and write names of each of the Passover symbols inside the center of the muffin cups: Charoset, Bitter herbs, Greens, Egg and Shankbone.
- Use glue and fix the five cups around the perimeter of the plate.
- Once the glue has set and the cups are fixed firmly to the plate, glue and sparkles can be used to decorate them.
- To decorate the plate further write "Seder Plate" and add a few scattered dots, with the help of the glue tube.
- Cover the glue with a mixture of green and silver sparkles. Allow the sparkles to sit for a few minutes and then shake off the excess.