• Jun
  • 16
  • 2016

Freebie Week 2 | DIY Printable Eid Lantern

Assalamualaikum my lovelies! Our Eid Lantern template 2016 is a little different to previous years. I decided to make it a bit more simplified to accommodate for our younger audience (under 3′s) as the usual lantern was a tad harder for them to construct.

You can still download my previous years Eid Lanterns below, they are more suitable for over 4′s as its a bit more complex in putting it together. I have included step by step photos to make your life easier :)

2013 Eid Lantern (Confetti: Lime, Yellow, Orange)

2014 Eid Lantern (Golden Marrakesh: Mint and Gold)

2015 Eid Lantern (Geo Scandi: Black and Pink)

 

 

If you’re planning to decorate your lanterns like how I’ve done in these photos, you will also need some coloured paper at home to print the template on, so it makes cutting a lot easier. I have attached a plain lantern template for you to download. I reckon alternating the sprinkles lantern with a plain coloured pastel lantern looks better visually as it breaks it up rather than having way too many sprinkles going in on your living room, right?! Haha!

 


  • Jun
  • 11
  • 2016

Freebie Week 1 | DIY Printable Eid Money Packets

Assalamualaikum! Hope your first week of Ramadan fasting went well. We are now just going into our second week, how fast time flies subhanallah.

I wanted to release these Eid money packets as our first Eid freebie for 2016! I figured, get them done and dusted as early as possible to avoid any last minute rush. The decorations are more fun and interesting, so we can do that a bit later closer to Eid! I will be releasing one set each week in Ramadan so do check back regularly or follow me on Instagram and Facebook for updates!

These are the materials you will need to complete this little project. Scissors (or stanley knife), glue (or double sided tape) and the template (Download link at the end of this post)

Step 1: Cut the template according to the solid lines.

Step 2: Fold according to the dotted lines.

Step 3: Glue or put some double sided tape

Step 4: Assemble! Too easy right?

Now, add your money…and post it to me! Haha

Upon clicking the download button, you adhere to my policies. This file is strictly for personal use ONLY. Which means you can print as many times as long as it is for your own use, not for commercial (profit making). Prohibited to resell and/or distribute this file, digitally or in printed form.


  • Jun
  • 05
  • 2016

Ramadan countdown to EID!

Last year, I made my first Ramadan to Eid countdown for my kids because they loooove Eid so much! And what better to teach them about Ramadan, counting and patience by having a countdown chart! To view and download last years once, click here

 


  • Jun
  • 05
  • 2016

Free | Ramadan Breaking Fast Dua

Ramadan Mubarak everyone! Its the time of the year again and we are excited to be sharing our annual printables with you guys! This years theme was pretty easy to choose because I just based it around my kids (2 girls and a boy!) and they love colours! So its a colourful confetti/sprinkles/funfetti theme…whatever ya wanna call it :)

Available to download below in 2 sizes, 8×12″ which is a standard A4 sized paper and a 4 x 6″ to fit the IKEA TOLSBY frame.

 

 


  • Apr
  • 07
  • 2016

kek batik | hedgehog slice

This is by far the easiest & yummiest NO BAKE cake ever! The time is takes to make this cake is pretty much just 10mins. You just have to chill it overnight though, but hey, its worth it! It doesn’t have eggs unlike some recipes, so its safe for pregnant women too!

KEK BATIK (Hedgehog slice)

Adapted from here

Ingredients

120g Milo
100g melted choc
125g butter
125g unsalted butter
4 tbsp cocoa powder
1 packet of Arnotts Marie biscuits (broken in halves)
1 can of Nestle condensed milk

Ganache
1/2 cup cream
100g dark chocolate

Method

  1. Line a square baking tin with baking paper or glad wrap (so you can remove the cake easily after it has been chilled). I used 2 loaf tins instead
  2. In a large saucepan, heat the butter on low. Once melted, add the condensed milk and stir until evenly mix.
  3.  Add the Milo and cocoa powder and stir until it is thoroughly dissolved without any lumps.
  4. Add broken Marie biscuits and mix it through.
  5. Pour the mixture in the prepared pan and press to get an even top. Cover with glas wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  6. An hour before serving, remove the cake from the pan and let it come to room temp slightly before cutting (as it can be quite hard to cut)

 

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