Posted by Melissa C on April 5th, 2012 at 04:00pm
Passover begins at sundown tomorrow, but there?s still time to craft some of these cute Passover ideas for your Seder!
Get the kids involved in creating these colorful Seder Plates is a great way to keep them occupied as you finish up making dinner. This easy kids craft is perfect for children of all ages, and is a great way to teach them a little bit about the Passover story as they create these beautiful plates.
I don?t know about you, but Passover (and Easter!) really snuck up on me this year! That?s why I?m glad I came across this Afikomen Bag. It?s so cute and really easy to make, perfect for someone like me who totally didn?t realize Passover was this weekend!
If you?re hosting a Passover Seder this year, you?ll need lots of Kippahs for the men who come to dine. This Kippah Tutorial shows you how easy and fast these can be to make! You can use fabric, felt, or even some old jeans or tee shirts to create Kippahs that are really cool an unique!
For those who are going to a friend or family member?s house for the Passover holiday, here?s a fun hostess gift you can bring to thank them for hosting the Seder. These funny and cute Passover Pillows will surely please?and will be put to great use when it comes to reclining during and after the meal!
Speaking of, what would a Jewish holiday be without food? Especially on a holiday like Passover, when we use food to help tell one of our most well-known stories! Even though there?s no bread to be eaten, there are still lots of great meals and desserts that you can make without breaking any kosher rules.
This Walnut Orange Passover Sponge Cake is great for dessert! Made with potato starch and matzah meal, this delicious cake is the perfect ending to a big meal.
And it just wouldn?t be Passover at my house without a big brisket. This Brisket of Beef recipe is perfect for Passover, or anytime. It may look simple, but it tastes amazing!
So if you, like me, were late to discover that Passover was this weekend, you can still craft and plan a Seder that will look and taste like you?ve been planning for days!