Is it just me, or has Ramadan flown by? I can't believe it's almost Eid! With so much to prepare (read: baking, cleaning, buying gifts), I've been wondering if I'll be able to fit in any time for creating Eid decor with my daughter.
I love making Eid special for my kids by decorating the house together and creating new family traditions. But let's be honest - not all of us have time to sit down with paper and pen creating new things from scratch.
So I scoured the internet in search of crafty ideas which would make easy yet enjoyable Eid projects. It's fantastic to see talented people from our community creating beautiful DIY resources, making this time of year a bit more special.
Paper Bag Mosques
What should I hand out to the kids who visit on Eid day? These fun Paper Bag Mosque goodie bags for kids by Hello Holy Days are just adorable. Made with simple shapes, you can definitely get all your kids involved. Fill them with your favourite stationary and crafty goodies!
Gift Set Printables
What's Eid without giving gifts to friends and loved ones? These Gift Set Printables by In My Studio are a lifesaver. Simply print out the elegant Eid gift box, gift tags & money packets and you're ready to fill them with meaningful gifts and messages.
Eid Money Balloons
Last but not least - Eidi! Or Eid money as most call it. I'm not sure where this originated but it spans across all cultures. And, let's face it, it brings the most joy for kids of all ages. I remember growing up, how much we loved counting our money to see how much we made by the end of Eid! These easy to make Eid Money Balloons by Modern Muslim Home, add an element of surprise and fun for the kids!