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Passover Placemats Craft

 

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Supplies:

  • One sturdy, brightly colored piece of thicker construction paper, size
  • 8 X 11 (A4), per kid
  • One good photo of each kid who is making a placemat
  • Stickers for decorating the edges
  • Magic markers in various colors
  • Stencil for writing the letters of the name, optional

Instructions

1 Using the stencil, if you have it, write your name neatly near the top right half of the paper. You can do it in Hebrew or English letters.

2 Attach the photo to the other half of the paper.

3 Place stickers in any pattern you like all around the edges of the paper; this will be your border or frame.

4 Using the magic markers, color the name and the rest of the paper so it will be pretty. Those who know how to write can add a short love note to the person who will be receiving the placemat, such as, “Hi, Bubby, I love you! Happy Pesach!”

5 When you are done, take it to a store that does lamination and laminate it. Now your placemat is all ready for use! When it gets dirty, just give it a swipe with a damp rag, and it will be as good as new!

Excerpt from Let My Children Cook!

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About Tamar Ansh

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Tamar Ansh is an author, recipe developer and food columnist. She has written: A Taste of Challah; Let's Say Amen!, an illustrated children's book , Splitting the Sea, inspirational stories on finding one’s soul-mate; & Pesach – Anything's Possible! a non gebrochs & gluten free cookbook. Her newest book, Riding the Waves,(to be released end Sept, 2011) focuses on inspiration, hope and good reading material about 'navigating the sea of shidduchim'. Visit www.aTasteofChallah.com for more

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