• Jul
  • 05
  • 2015

FREE Eid Lantern template

FREE LANTERN TEMPLATE

Eid Mubarak Mini Lantern

*You may download this printable at the end of this post*

I’ve recently redecorated my living room and wanted to have a bit of a Scandinavian influence, though still keeping with that rustic look.  So this design is inspired by those 2 things. Sandinavian + rustic. If you see my Eid design theme (once you print this template), the triangles have a rustic watercolour effect.

Want to know how to DIY this mini lantern? Please follow my step-by-step photos with  instructions on how to construct this lantern, here.

Download your lantern template below! If you’re on Instagram, please follow me @inmystudio_ and hashtag #imsfreebies so I can stalk your Eid decor :)


  • Jul
  • 03
  • 2015

FREE Eid Bunting Flags

Eid Mubarak Bunting Flags

*You may download this printable at the end of this post*

Assalamualaikum! I hope your Ramadan is going well and you’re utilising your time with good deeds, Inshallah :)

Here is the 2015 bunting flags, I hope you like the theme…as you would’ve seen it with my 2015 Ramadan freebies. So stay tuned next week for my Eid mubarak lantern!


  • Jun
  • 10
  • 2015

FREE Ramadan to Eid Countdown!

PRE RAMADAN FREEBIE

Girls & Boys Countdown to Eid

*You may download this printable at the end of this post*

Salams all! I’m excited to share these printables with you guys! I know my girls will love counting down to Eid once Ramadan has started. They know they get huge presents from us and family every Eid, we’ve even been told what present we should get them LOL! I hope your kids will enjoy it as much as I know my kids will, inshallah :)

Here’s my 3 year old showing off her one. Mashallah tabarakallah she can count till 30! so yay… 30 days of Ramadan!


  • Jan
  • 27
  • 2014

laundry > love or loath?

Hello & Happy Monday all!

Its hot here in Melbourne with temperatures soaring up to 35 degrees celcius today so lets do the laundry…yea? I for one absolutely loathe doing the laundry! I dislike anything to do with clothes: washing, scrubbing (especially when you have toddlers), folding, ironing etc…Ironing is probably the most hated chore lol, and I’m sure you ladies agree with me on this one. Anyhow, we recently renovated the laundry…yes after I gave birth! I seem to love renovating during/after birth. When I had my firstborn, we renovated our kitchen. When I had my second, we renovated the bathroom. Now with number 3, we’ve just finished doing the laundry. Reason being: hubby gets a lot of time off-supposedly ‘paternal leave’ to look after his child & I…and since he just stays home, might as well be productive! Although the renovating part is finished, the decorating part is still in progress, so once its all completed I’ll snap photos and share it with you guys.

So hopefully by having a new laundry, I would enjoy doing it more…especially ironing (we bought a second hand wall mount ironing board/centre so it makes ironing a lotttt more convenient) Anyway the reason for this post is to share with you lovely readers a fabulous funny freebie I came across on Facebook. I extracted the quote and designed one to match my laundry decor. Click the link below to download the PDF, print and put it up in your laundry. Happy washing ya’ll!

*Printable is in A4/8×12″

 


  • Jul
  • 25
  • 2013

Freebie #3 – Printable DIY Eid Bunting Flags

Our third week FREE DIY Printable is for the home!
*You may download this printable at the end of post* 
 

Freebie #1 – Printable DIY Eid Bunting Flags

 

What is a celebration without a welcome banner right? So for week #3, we have a bunting flag template that you can just simply print, cut and decorate!
Materials needed for this project:
1. This printable template
2. A4/8×12” White paper (200gsm/110 lb +)
3. Ruler
4. Cutter and scissors
5. Hole punch
6. Ribbon or string
Cut the flag template using a cutter/scissors and ruler.
Don’t be lazy like me and cut all 6 pages together in one go! Thank God I got them all right- be sure to align the pages properly if you’re using this lazy method!
Use a hole puncher to make 2 holes on each flag.
Again, the lazy me…punching all the holes together. Woohoo I got it right the first go! (if you stuff up, you start again from scratch!)

Arrange them to make “EID MUBARAK”.

Cut your string to the desired length (measure where you want to hang them first). Thread the string/ribbon through. The first letter, you need to put the string from the top (see pic above).

And then just add all the letters, making sure the string/ribbon is behind the flag so you cant see it.

And now decorate! I chose to hang them at my old unused fireplace as mantel piece decoration. Absolutely love it! And the best part is, the colors go extremely well with my living room decor!

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