Posts Tagged With 'free printable'

  • Jul
  • 09
  • 2014

FREEBIE #2 | Eid Bunting Flags


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!

  • Nov
  • 17
  • 2013

{collaboration} DIY Candle tutorial & a fabulous FREEBIE!

When my friend Pik from Sakina Design emailed me a month ago to do a free monthly collaboration for our fans, I was so excited to get right in as I was already planning to do DIY soy candles for myself! I told Pik I was giving birth early December so I could only do 1 collaboration (instead of monthly) before I my due date and then perhaps next year, I’ll jump back again on the bandwagon! Pik was excited about my idea of DIY soy candles and we decided that I’d do the tutorial step by step whilst she designs the labels and these labels are very customisable and will be FREE PRINTABLES for all you lovely fans. The download link is at the bottom of this post!

I have always been a soy candle lover! I love the smell, the sight and the whole ambience it creates. I light up my candles mainly at night, after cooking- to neutralise the house from any food smell and just to relax and wind down whilst the kids are in bed. The important thing about candles for me are 1- natural and 2-the smell… and probably cost as well lol!

So after years of buying candles, I thought, hey maybe its time I explore my other creative side and start making my own DIY homemade soy wax candles! I started just by googling ‘natural soy wax candle supplies’ and after a few Youtube videos, here I am to show you how I made mine. All you need is a beginners kit. My kit comes with everything you need to make your own candles, along with 6 glass jars (so they will keep you lighting for a while!) and with 3 choice of fragrance that you can choose from hundreds of scents, so I chose my favourite top 3.

1. Coconut & Lime

2. Sweet Pea & Vanilla

3. Lychee & Black Tea

I do love other scents too, but for now this will suffice. But I know what I want next time, strawberry, watermelon…mmm…basically anything fruity!




Items you will need (all included in this beginners kit)

*the image above just shows half of the beginners kit.

First, place the wick stickums (these are adhesive double sided) on one end of the wick.

Just before placing them in the glass jar, remove the other end sticker and firmly press it down the middle of the jar.

Place the wick holders (wooden stick) in between the wicks.

And now, peg each wick carefully positioning them in the middle of the glass on top of the wick holders.

In a double boiler, put the 100gram soy wax in and let it melt slowly. You can also do this in a microwave, but I’m not a fan of microwaves, so double boiler it is! Ensure that the wax reaches a temperature of around 80 to 85 degree Celsius – use the thermometer for this.

Once melted, pour the wax into the pouring jug and mix the whole bottle of fragrance in, stirring quickly but carefully with the bamboo stick. Note: You can also add colouring in this stage but since the beginners kit did not come with colouring, I didn’t bother. To me, smell is more important than colour, don’t you think? :)

Once mixed, pour the contents into each glass jar. This mixture will be enough to make 2 medium oxford candle jars. (remember, if you bought the beginners kit from this supplier, you still have 4 more glass candles and enough candle making supplies to fill up the rest of the 4 jars)

Now, leave it in a secure place and let it cool overnight before burning.

Your candles should look like this once cooled. Yay, we’re nearly there, just need to dress up these babies with Pik’s amazing labels!

Now, print off the labels here. But wait, before you do that, Pik has so kindly made these labels customisable just for you. You can write your own short text or quote on them via your PDF reader, how amazing is that? So even if you don’t wish to use them for candles, you can use these labels as gift tags, or gift cards, or anything you want! Simply write your desired text in the textline box and print! *You can only do this through a computer/laptop-not compatible with mobile phones*

And now stick the label on your candle. These labels are really adorable!


  • Oct
  • 18
  • 2012

{Free printable} “EID MUBARAK” Blank Card

Assalamualaikum and greetings!

This is Eid giveaway #2- Blank Eid Card. You can either print it off in colour or black and white. These printables are available in 2 font formats, one in a fancy font and the other in a plain font. It is a square singlefold card so you can print it on a normal A4 sized cardstock paper of 200+gsm.

**The printables come in PDF format.
**Card measures 14cm x 14cm (5.5inch).
**The download link is at the bottom of this post.
**’Use as is’ – only for personal use. Please do not alter the artwork or distribute commercially.
**If you need something personalized or customised, please contact me or you may see what is available in my online store at Etsy.


Eid Freebie # 2:

Free printable “EID MUBARAK” Blank Cards. Print, cut, write and post to your loved ones. Enjoy!




  • Oct
  • 05
  • 2012

{ FREE PRINTABLE } Eid Mubarak Straw Flags/Cupcake Toppers!

Assalamualaikum and greetings!

Inshallah I’ll will be running weekly “FREE EID PRINTABLES” until Eid (thats 3 weeks away,so 3 printables YaY!) to help make your celebration as joyous as it can be! So don’t forget to bookmark this blog and come back next week to see what we have in store for you. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to share them with me.

**The printables come in JPG format.
**Each flag measures 6cm x 1.5cm
**The download link is at the bottom of this post.
**’Use as is’ – only for personal use. Please do not alter the artwork or distribute commercially.
**If you need something personalized or customised, please contact me or you may see what is available in my online store at Etsy.


Eid Freebie # 1:


Free printable “EID MUBARAK”straw flags/tags or cupcake toppers or gift bags,or anything else your imagination takes you. Make your Eid special and decorate your home for your loved ones. Enjoy!

Tips: Ideally the theme for your party should also be within the same colour range. For example, you can purchase red plastic cups, orange table cloths, blue (teal) balloons, yellow carnation flowers etc. Your imagination is endless. If you need help, ask away!

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