• Jul
  • 25
  • 2014

FREEBIE #4 | Eid Gift Giving!

RAMADAN FREEBIE WEEK #4

Eid gift box, gift tags & money packets!

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


  • Jul
  • 21
  • 2014

FREEBIE #3 | Eid Dessert table!

RAMADAN FREEBIE WEEK #3

DIY Eid Dessert Table printables

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

I absolutely love this colour theme and design combination! Its just so Eid-y, lol if thats even a word. In this week’s free printables, its all about Eid sweets/desserts. I have also made some cake flags, but just didnt have time to make a cake and decorate it! If you do use the cake flags, please show me a photo, I would love to see it :)

1. Eid Poster 8×12″ (A4 size)

2. Cupcake toppers

3. Cake Flags

4. Straw flags

5. Bottle wrappers

6. Table Buffet Cards

7. Cupcake wrappers

 

Do you want the step by step photos on how to contruct these? They are so easy but if you need assistance, please refer to this post from last year.

 


  • Jul
  • 09
  • 2014

FREEBIE #2 | Eid Bunting Flags

RAMADAN FREEBIE WEEK #2

Printable DIY Eid Bunting Flags

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

Ever since my cousins wedding, my love for mint green sparked! Also, a few months ago I released my “Gold Collection” prints and they were a big hit alhamdulillah so I thought of offering mint + gold themed printables with a Marrakesh inspired pattern. I hope you enjoy crafting these bunting flags, they are so easy to do and take under 30mins to get done!

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.

Use a hole puncher to make 2 holes on each flag.

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).

As a tip, once I thread the ribbon through, I put some sticky tape at the back to hold its position so when I am hanging these up, the ribbons and flags stay put in place :)

Start decorating…

Eid Mubarak!


  • Jun
  • 29
  • 2014

FREE | Printable Eid Lanterns

RAMADAN FREEBIE WEEK #1 

Printable DIY Eid Mini Triangular Paper Lantern (Template)

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

 

RAMADAN MUBARAK to all my readers! May Allah, the Exalted, bless you and your family with this beautiful month of fasting and nearness to Him.

As promised on my facebook page, my party package printable is now available to download and I will be releasing 1 printable weekly throughout Ramadan until Eid. This year, 2014, the party printables theme is “Golden Marrakesh”. And for week 1, we have our popular Eid mini lanterns (DIY printable template). By the last week of Ramadan inshallah, you’ll have a complete “EID party package” to make your celebration as joyous as it can be- all in the ‘Golden Marrakesh’ collection!

If you wish to download last years party package (Confetti collection), you may visit this page to see all the FREE printables.

Stay tune for next week as I reveal our 2nd Free printable, which will be ‘EID MUBARAK’ bunting flags! If you like these, can you pretty please share this blog post on your Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest (or any social media)- I’d really appreciate that, thanks guys!

 

 STEP BY STEP GUIDE

These are the materials needed to make this DIY Paper Lantern Eid Project.

You need:

1. This printable template
2. White cardstock (preferably thick)
3. Ruler
4. Cutter (or scissors)
5. Double sided tape (or glue)
6. Hole punch
7. Ribbon or string

1. You will need to download this printable PDF (found at the bottom of this post) and using a colour printer, print as many as you like! This template can be printed on an A4 (8×12?) paper. The constructed size of lantern if printed on the suggested paper will be 17cm/6.6? long and 8cm/3? wide.

2. Using a cutter or scissors (I find using a cutter/knife easier), cut out the template carefully. Please cut along the SOLID lines and SCORE/FOLD on dotted lines.
3. Use a hole puncher to make 2 holes, as marked on template.
4. Put a ribbon/string through the holes but do not tie them as yet. Make sure when you insert the string, that it goes in the hole from the top (where the design is printed)
Grab the feeded string and bring it from behind to front (as show above). Make sure each side is equal in length.
5. Score lightly and fold along the dotted lines and put double sided tape
6. Now carefully construct your paper lantern, starting from the top left and make your way across, and then below (clockwise)
Now that you have constructed your paper lantern, you may decorate as you wish! I hung them across the arch in our living room just as we enter the house.
Please click the Download button below and you will see a PDF document with 2 pages. Page 1 of 2 is intructions and 2 of 2 is the template.


  • Jun
  • 27
  • 2014

Freebie Friday | First Printable for Ramadan 2014!

Assalamualaikum!

Ramadan is just a few days away inshallah and I am so excited!  Firstly, it will be my first fasting Ramadan since 4 years ago, simple because…

Ramadan’10 (nifaas)
Ramadan’11 (breasfeeding-low milk supply)
Ramadan’12(nifaas)
Ramadan’13 (pregnant)

So inshallah this Ramadan’14, even though I am still breastfeeding, I have Doterra’s essential oils to thank for to boost my milk supply (please say Masha’Allah!) Alhamdulillah! I really need this Ramadan as an iman boost so please keep me in your duas :)

CLICK IMAGE TO DOWNLOAD KIDS COLOUR-IN-ACTIVITY

To kick start our Ramadan at home, I have made these printables for myself and for girls and I’d like to share it with you guys too! I’m sure your children would love some colouring in activities and for the bigger kids, they can read the breaking fast duas before iftaar, inshallah! *

May Allah accept our fast and our good deeds, may He increase our imaan and make us better Muslims, ameen!

*Please note that I have consulted with a qualified sheikh regarding dua’s before breaking the fast. There are a couple of duas that are weak, but the sheikh informed me this one is authentic and that we should be consistent in making duas at the time of breaking fast, because this is the time when duas are answered by Allah, so we should also make our own personal dua.

CLICK IMAGE TO DOWNLOAD BONUS POSTER

 

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