I’ve been trying to figure out how to make a SUO (Stampin’ Up Only) seder plate, and I think I did it! For a detailed explanation of the elements of the seder plate, you can visit Chabad.org. The hardest of all of the items for me to find was the egg. I don’t have any single egg stamps, and a pile of Easter eggs just wasn’t going to cut it! I ended up using my marker on just the outline of the baby’s head from All in the Family. The maror in the middle is made from the stem that is included with Fifth Avenue Floral. I used the cupcake top and sprinkles from Create a Cupcake to make the charoset. The sentiment is printed on the computer.
Stamps: D is for Dog, Build a Blossom, Fifth Avenue Floral, Create a Cupcake, All in the Family, Fresh Cuts
Ink: Soft Suede, Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi, So Saffron, Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Certainly Celery, So Saffron, Soft Suede, Whisper white
Other: 1″ Circle Punch, 3 1/2″ Circle Bigz Die, Square Lattice Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Big Shot, 1/4″ Certainly Celery Grosgrain Ribbon
The Ten Plagues card that I made two years ago is still my all-time favorite Passover card, though. Passover starts Monday night, April 18, this year. Plenty of time to make your Passover cards!