Decorate your table with matzoh covers from your child's fashion line! Just cut a felt square and adorn it freestyle with ribbons, trims, or foam stickers.
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Cut a 12-inch square from the colored felt. If possible, ask your child to help you measure 12 inches on each side.
Let your child design the matzoh cover using the materials you have at home: trims, ribbons, decorative foam stickers, buttons, or fabric paints. Note: You can refer to but not limited to our design. Ask your child what she/he thinks that represent Passover and draw them on the cover or pick decorative pieces to glue on.
Print the template and cut out the three Hebrew letters that are short for "Pesach" or "Passover." Trace the letters to felt of a color different from the cover. Cut out the letters and glue them to the center of the cover. Instead of letters, try glue on two small felt squares that resemble "matzoh" pieces. To make the "matzoh" pieces, cut out two squares from beige felt, draw several lines of tiny dots/dashes across the squares with brown/black fabric paint.