For those of you who have been celebrating Passover, we hope you’ve had a wonderful and peaceful holiday so far! Here are some fun passover crafts to help share stories and memories this week as Passover continues.
While the Seder has ended, your family can still enjoy this colorful project and set it aside for next year. Get the tutorial from Tory Avey.
Capture your favorite parts of Passover by making your own special pillowcases. Get the instructions at Creative Jewish Mom.
Your friends over at Shalom Sesame have you covered when it comes to art projects this week, like this Passover puppet. Download the directions from Shalom Sesame.
If you have some picky eaters at your home, head over to the Jewish Hostess for a hands-on idea to satisfy just about everyone. And if you’re looking for more Passover treats, check out our list of Matzo recipes.
Learn how to make a Passover goody bag that helps tell the story and traditions of the holiday. Watch the full tutorial at The Martha Stewart Show.
Frogs are a common symbol of Passover, and they’re so much fun to craft! Make these adorable paper frogs and use them to decorate for the holiday. Get the tutorial at Alpha Mom.
Have some extra matzo lying around? Build a house out of matzo and use a sweet filling in a piping bag to hold it all together. Get more details from Supermakeit.
Create a functional craft that can be gifted or used as table decor. This matzo holder is easy and customizable, and is a cute host or hostess gift when bringing matzo to a Passover celebration. Get the instructions at Reform Judaism.
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