Eid Crafts

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Eid ul Fitr is my favorite Eid! It’s a much appreciated festive day surrounded by family and friends. To get into the festive mood i thought i’d have a go at a couple of simple crafts that I remember doing as a child  , I added my own little Eid twist to it!

Eid Money Envelope

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What you will need:

 Pen/Pencil

Scissors

Glue

A5 Paper (printed or plain)

Washi Tape

Step One

Begin by drawing the outline and cutting out your envelope template. (see image below)

Step Two

Fold along the lines and keep your glue stick on standby. Glue the sides and bottom flap down, ensuring the top flap is left open so you can seal your Eid money tight!

Step Three

Now the fun begins!

You can be as creative as you like. I placed washi tape along the top of the envelope flap and stuck a printed sticky note on the front. To personalise my envelope I wrote the words ‘Eid Mubarak’ and ‘Baby’s first Eid’ onto label stickers and cut it into a circle shape. I repeated the same steps again using printed paper.

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TAH DAH!

Eid Paper Fan Decoration

Bring some Eid / Ramadan festivity to your home and start crafting with your little one!

wpid-img_20150714_122547.jpgWhat you will need:

– A4 sized coloured or patterned paper

– Glue stick

– Stapler

– Double sided tape

– Blue Tac

– Scissors

– Pencil / Pen

Step 1

Using three coloured papers of your choice begin to fold into a concertina.

Step 2

Glue or staple all the ends attaching all three concertinas together. Repeat this step to create as many as you need. I needed 10 for the words Eid Mubarak.

Step 3

Cut out circle shapes and write the individual letters on each circle. I used bigger circles for ‘Eid’ and smaller circles for ‘Mubarak’. Stick your circles onto the fans using double sided tape. Display your fans in your desired layout and keep in place using blue tac. I displayed mine on a blank wall in the living room.

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TAH DAH!

Be sure to let me know how you get on …

Happy Crafting Lovelies!

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