Kids can have fun while they are learning when doing this Passover greeting card craft which entails writing Pesach, aka- Passover, in Hebrew on the front of this card alongside a Star of David.
Construction paper is a less expensive alternative to card stock. Crayons can be used in place of paint pens, though they work better on construction paper than on card stock. Glitter glue takes several hours to dry. Be sure to place the card somewhere out of reach so that it remains undisturbed to dry.
Print the pattern. Cut the pattern into two separate pieces: the three Hebrew letters and the Star of David.
Fold the card stock in half to create your card. (See photo.)
Place the pattern for the Hebrew letters at the top of your card and hold in place. Use a pencil to trace the letters. Push down hard to create an indent on the card stock so that once you remove the pattern you can see the outline of the letters. Repeat this process for the Star of David, placing that below the Hebrew letters. (See photo.)
Use a gold paint pen to trace over the Star of David indentations, then color the star in. (See photo.)
Repeat this process for the Hebrew letters using a white paint pen. Draw a border around the white letters using the black marker. (See photo.)
Outline the gold star with blue glitter glue and allow to dry 5-6 hours or overnight. (See photo.)