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This bag is full of symbolism
I painted the beige triangles to represent cut up Matza pieces
The circles are there to show the grape juice spills we do for dtzach adash beachav
The smaller dots are a reminder of the mackos with this one of kinim being painted on the bag
The purple watercolor on the corner is for the arba cosos we drink
And the blue water lines is for the water in Nile that stayed water as a miracle for the Jewish people
The bottom strip represents the bricks that were used day in and day out to constantly keep building and working
And lastly, the blue watercolor is for the tears that the Jewish people cried
All of these patches are sewn together with a stitching that runs along each side
This Matza Bag is a reminder to us all of the entire Pesach story.
The anguish and hardship that was experienced sewn together with the miracles through it all.
A unique twist on your typical Afikoman bag
Gold Zipper detail
Embroidered Yaeli logo on the back.
The material of the afikomin bag is vegan leather
If you are looking to add to the beauty of your Seder, check out our Haggadah, Matzah Cover, and Seder Plate.