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Posted on 2008-09-15

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Craft Project: Apple Print Rosh Hashanah Card 11089 views
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Many Jewish families exchange holiday cards at Rosh Hashanah time. Rather than buying impersonal cards, why not have your children help by making your own cards?

Materials & Tools

Crisp apple, cut in half
Forks
Tray or plate for paint
Washable paints (red, yellow and green are good colors to use)
White construction paper
Glitter (optional)
Markers or Crayons


Directions

Fold your construction paper into half or quarters, depending on what size cards you want.

Squeeze some paint onto the plates. Make your fork into a handle for the apple (your stamper) by stabbing into the rounded side of the apple.

Holding the handle (fork), dip the cut side of the apple into the color. The apple should be fully covered, but not dripping with paint. Stamp the shape of the apple onto your paper.

While the paint is still wet, sprinkle some glitter onto your paper (optional). Once dried, inscribe a Rosh Hashana greeting (like "Shanah Tova" -- Happy New Year) onto the inside of the card.


Author Comments

Many Jewish families exchange holiday cards at Rosh Hashanah time, much like Christian families exchange Christmas cards. Rather than buying impersonal Hallmark cards, why not have your children help with you this annual tradition by making your own cards?


 

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