It’s time for the Crafty Ramadhan Weekly Update!
We have our usual reminders plus,
- The last week of updates will focus on ‘Eid insha’Allah
- Eid Spring Card
- Two ‘Eid Stained Glass, one with tissue paper & the other with foil
- ‘Eid candy decorations
Remember to click on any image to see it close up.
Drink Water -— Keep making up for lost fluids by drinking plenty of water after breaking your fast! Remind your family members and friends too. Continue Reading → Getting Enough Water & Signs of Dehydration.
Looking for ‘Eid lessons and activities?
Visit the Eid Lessons page!
Yemen Links Eid Updates
The site Yemen Links has updated decorations this year. The sis has added Eid Party Invitations, do-it-yourself decorations, decorations in black and white that your child can color and hang.
Find out more here:
Tissue Paper Stained Glass ‘Eid Decoration
The photo to the left is my take on her project. It uses clear contact paper and torn bits of tissue paper. It’s a lot of fun for children to make.
See the Tissue Paper Stained Glass for Eid page for the instructions and printables to make this.
‘Eid Spring Card
Here are photo of a masculine blue one that we recently did.
Visit the Eid Spring Card Craft page for this activity.
Stained Glass Foil Craft
This craft is really a lot of fun. It’s great for those who are really artistic and are attentive to details.
However, it can be easily adapted for any age and skill by choosing a design appropriate to a person’s abilities.
The finished project looks great on a wall or in a window.
Go to the ‘Eid Mubarak Stained Glass Foil Craft for this project.
Eid Candy Dotty Decorations
Your kids will love making these and then eating them on ‘Eid insha’Allah!
If you want to see how to do this, visit the Eid Candy Dotty Decorations page.
‘Eid Crafts Page
Did you know we have an entire page devoted to ‘Eid projects?
Some of the crafts and activities include banners, cards, activities, and more.
If you are looking for something to do with your children (or for yourself),try these links:
Over at Ramadhan Planner —
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