Passover is on our doorstep, though with one day left to get everything in order, a simple craft that the kids can do themselves might come in handy right about now? This four cups garland is simple to make, and kids can choose to draw the four cups or make little ones from cardboard and aluminum foil.
And as with almost any project, you can certainly use this idea as a starting point for your own creation. Or rather tell the kids to use this idea as a starting point for their own creations, and get back to your final preparations for the holiday!
- aluminum foil
- card stock
- a scalloped craft punch (optional)
- a hole punch
- pony beads
- a permanent marker
This project is pretty self explanatory if you take a look at the photos, though for instructions regarding making the aluminum foil cups seen here, check out my tiny wine cups tutorial.
The cups seen here were actually made by glueing aluminum foil to light weight cardboard, and the aluminum foil was not folded to the back as was previously done by my little students. So you decide, and most importantly, wishing you a wonderful Passover holiday!