Matzoh Covers

Matzoh Covers

You'll Need

1new all white men's handkerchief for each child,assorted fabric dyes,a bowl for each color of dye,water to dilute the dyes,spoons for dripping the dyes,newspapers to cover work surfaces,stencils of the word MATZOH,in either English or Hebrew,permanent ma
Dilute the fabric dyes, one color to each bow, until the desired color of each is achieved. Spread out each handkerchief. With permanent markers, print each child's name and the year in the corner of his/her handkerchief. The handkerchiefs should be dry, although the directions on the boxes of dye will tell you to wet the fabric. Have the children drip spoonfulls of the assorted dye colors over their handkerchief. Change the newspaper underneath as it becomes wet so that each child starts with a clean, dry work surface. Hang the dyed handkerchiefs until dry. Then, iron each handkerchief flat, to help set the colors and to flatten for stenciling. With the permanent marker, stencil the word MATZOH in the center of each handkerchief. This drip method works well for three year olds. Older children will be able to actually tie-dye their Matzoh Covers and even do their own stencilling. Either way, the result is a beautiful, exotic-looking Matzoh Cover that parents will take out year after year for use at the Seder.
 
 
 
Featured ideas
Hug Flowers Craft Stick Frame
Craft Stick Frame Hug Flowers
Family Crafts

craft supplies
Christian Crafts
Activity Pages
Class Parties

antibiotics online canadian drugs antibiotics antibiotics from canada