Posts Tagged With 'eid gift'

  • Jul
  • 13
  • 2015

FREE Eid Money Envelopes

FREE  PRINTABLES

Eid Money Envelopes/Packet

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

Make your Eid gifting nicer by giving out your money in Eid money envelopes. It makes a nice surprise for the recipient to receive it, anxiously knowing how much is inside. I still remember during raya (eid), my sister and I would get heaps of duit raya (money envelopes) from relatives; but we were too shy to ‘check’ it publicly, so we’d collect them all and store them in our bags. As soon as we sat in the car, we’d start opening and counting LOL.

My 2015 eid theme is Geo scandi, and they come in 2 cute designs. If you prefer a more generic colour theme to suit both genders, I have them in my Confetti Collection or in my Golden Marrakesh Collection

They fit any bill perfectly, as shown :)

Even little kids will enjoy them!

This, money envelope along with your money inside, could potentially brighten up a little child on their Eid day :)


  • Oct
  • 11
  • 2013

{Freebie Friday} FREE DIY Eid Gift Tag Printables

{EID AL ADHA}

FREE  DIY Gift Tag Printables in assorted designs & colours!
*You may download this printable at the end of post*

This is a freebie Friday, because why not?!  The weekend is coming up, so its the perfect day to launch my FREE DIY PRINTABLES just in time for Eid. I’m sure many of you will be busy this weekend wrapping up gifts for Eid. Consider this my little Eid gift to you, fellow fans :)

To be honest, I wasn’t really planning to do printables this Eid, as my FREE EID printables are only an annual thing. But, as I was shopping one day to look for supplies for my personal Eid gifts, I fell in love with these paper strings and washi tapes! So I thought, since I’m doing it for myself, why don’t I share them with you?

Materials needed for this project:

1. This A4 (8×12″) printed template. Print as many as you wish
2. Ruler
3. Scissors and/or cutter
4. String or ribbon
5. Hole puncher

I love gift wrapping. I can unleash my creative side and go wild, there are so many options. Though, I only like to use kraft paper (brown paper) as the base, and then decorate it with different coloured strings, ribbons, washi tapes, flowers, doilies, pom poms etc…ahh your imagination runs wild. A quick search on Pinterest will get you quite excited about gift wrapping.

Once you’ve cut them out, use a hole puncher and punch some holes as shown.

Now you’re ready to wrap, decorate and thread your gift tags. Its superrrrr simple! And go crazy wrapping, you can find lots of ideas on Pinterest if you do a search for ‘Gift Wrapping’ and lots of inspirations will come up. There are so many ways you can wrap a present, so mix and match!

This one is for the males! Don’t be scared to use black wrapping paper, often, black makes a present look outstanding and unique, especially when combined with one of this black and white gift tag ;)

This gift tag was inspired by washi tape! I absolutely love them. This particular one, was inspired by the ‘Coloured airmail’ washi tape. I love the vibrancy of the colours in it!

And of course, teal is my favourite new colour. Inspired by the washi tape (sitting above it).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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