Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Mr. Matzah Man

Unfortunately there are not that many unique Jewish toys to play with. So after I made a Mr. Potato Head out of felt a friend of mine suggested making a Mr. Matzah Man (it was around Passover time). Brilliant! The next day I had to make one. Here is Mr. Matzah Man (or Mrs. Matzah)!


  1. Hi Sandy, So great to see you at Craft Schooling Sunday! I'll be happy to share Mr Matzo man with my readers as a featured craft next week, and hope to see you again too! All the best!

  2. I always start Sunday with a visit to Creative Jewish Mom -- and imagine my delight when I found your stuffed Matzo Mensch at her site! Later today I plan to explore your blog. Meanwhile, thanks for the fabulous idea!!

  3. Hi! You've got a great blog here and I love this idea. I host a toddler link up party every tuesday called Tot Tuesdays. Would love it if you'd stop by and link up this idea along with the many other great ideas you have for toddlers. Have a great day!

  4. Adorable! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

  5. Hello!
    I discover your blog today, through TCTC, and I was looking around and like it very much!
    I was intrigue with this post, would you please explain to me what is a Mr. Matzah Man (or woman)? I'm portuguese so, I think it's a cultural thing that I cannot get it!

  6. Papgena Made It...thanks so much for looking. A Mr/Mrs. Matzah person is like a Mr. Potato Head, but the Jewish version. I orginally made this to entertain my children during Passover Seder, but they liked playing with it at other times as well. Hope this helps

  7. This is great! I would like to pin this to the jewish informal education and crafts pinterest collaborative board. would that be ok? The board is:
    Meira from birkatchaverim.com