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Posted on 2009-03-28

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Craft Project: Seder T-Shirt Pillow 3084 views
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Each child make his/her own pillow, so that they, too, may enjoy the mitzvah of leaning like kings during the seder.

Materials & Tools

Large t-shirt
Two rubber bands
One-pound bag of fiberfill
Grosgrain ribbon
Large sequins, beads, craft gems, rickrack and other decorative elements
Felt
Artificial flowers
Scissors
White craft glue or hot glue gun


Directions

1. Pull the sleeves of the t-shirt inside the body of the shirt.

2. Close the neck opening of the shirt using a rubber band.

3. Stuff the body of the shirt with fiberfill, then close the bottom of the shirt with the second rubber band.

5. Tie a ribbon around each rubber band.

6. Rotate the pillow 1/4 of a turn, so that the ribbons are on the sides.

7. Cut out a vase shape from the felt and mount onto the pillow using craft glue or the hot glue gun (use caution when operating the glue gun). Leave the top of the vase unglued.

8. Stuff the stems of the flower inside the vase and finish gluing the top of the vase.

9. Decorate the vase with sequins or craft gems.

10. Glue rickrack around the edges of the pillow for a finishing touch.


Author Comments

This pillow makes a great gift for the leader of your seder. Or you can have each child make his or her own pillow, so that they, too, may enjoy the mitzvah of leaning like kings during the seder.
 

Comments

 
I liked so much, and easy. I'll do this with my children next Passover. Thank you
Carmen on 2010-03-12
 
 

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