At the Passover seder, we wash our hands twice. Once before eating the karpas and again before eating matzah. Create this festive Passover washing station with either Hebrew or English letters.


  • Leftover empty matzah box
  • Scissors
  • Hebrew or English stencils (optional)
  • Wooden clothes pins
  • Double sided tape (available on Amazon)
  • Washi paper tape (easily found at any craft store or on Amazon)
  • Ribbon
  • Stapler


  1. Open the matzah box so that it lies flat on the table.
  2. With a stencil (or free hand), cut out the letters to spell Passover or Pesach. We chose to spell out Pesach in Hebrew.
  3. Decorate the clothes pins with Washi tape as desired. If you don’t have tape, decorate pins with markers or paint.
  4. Cut a small piece of ribbon and staple it to the side of your letters, forming a "V" shape.
  5. Attach the letters to the clothes pins with double sided tape.
  6. Attach your Passover/Pesach letters to a towel basket next to your sink or let them stick out of your floral arrangement!