Seder Plate crafts are very popular for Passover decorations. Read on to find some amazing craft ideas for making Pesach Seder plates.
Passover Seder Plate Crafts
Passover is a holy festival of the Jews, which is also regarded to be one of their most important festivals. The weeklong festival is celebrated to commemorate the freedom obtained by the Jews from their slavery in ancient Egypt. All the Jewish communities of the world celebrate the festive occasion with great zeal and enthusiasm. Just as any other festival, Passover is also associated with artistic and creative activities. The celebrators make crafts on the day and use them for decorative purposes in their homes. Seder plate crafts are very popular around Pesach, among the young and old alike. Read on to know some amazing craft ideas for making beautiful Seder plates.
Passover Seder Plate Craft Ideas
Easy Passover Seder Plate
- Corrugated Cardboard
- Newspaper/Scraps of Paper
- Pesach Symbols
- White Glue
- Plastic Wrap
- Cut three circles from corrugated cardboard, each 11 inches across. Draw a circle 1½ inches in, from the outside edge, on two of the circles, in order to make a raised rim for the Seder plate.
- Cut on the lines of the circles, thus leaving two rings.
- Glue the rings to the third cardboard circle, one on top of the other.
- Tear the newspaper or used scraps of paper into 1-inch square pieces. Glue them flat against the cardboard circle and rings, one at a time. Allow them to dry.
- Paint the plate and the Pesach symbols. In case you cannot arrange for Pesach symbols, make any designs that you like. Allow them to dry.
- Using the white glue, cover the plate with a thin glue layer. Use your fingers to spread the glue. Allow it to dry.
- Cover the plate with a fitting plastic wrap. You can arrange the Pesach foods on your plate and keep it on the Seder table.
Simple Passover Seder Plate
- 1 large Paper Plate
- Heavy paper
- Crayons/Color Pencils
- Use the colors to make a colorful design around the outer edges of the paper plate.
- Cut out six small circles out of the heavy paper and make colorful designs around the outer edges of the smaller circles.
- Now, turn the outer edges of the smaller circle inwards, forming the shape of a bowl or saucer.
- On the big plate, glue the smaller ones. One small plate is to be glued in the middle, while the rest five should surround the center plate. You can also write Passover symbols on the inside of the smaller plates.
Comment On This Article