[‘Eid Craft] Stained Glass Craft

I’m thinking about doing this. I’ll have to make a few changes to the sister’s original instructions.

For instance, I plan to use sheet protectors instead of overhead transparency film.

And I’ll have to replace the cellophane paper with colorful tissue paper.

I’ll post pics once I’m done insha’Allah.

In the meantime, have fun with this great craft idea!

Eid Stained Glass Craft « Muslim Learning Garden

[‘Eid Craft] Printable Old Fashioned Banner

I really love the look of this wedding banner by Martha Stewart. It is so cute.

This would look great with the word “Eid” spelled out.

Each character has a different border, “a whimsical take on the old-fashioned look of vintage typewriter keys.”

Printable Directions • Letter A • Letter B • Letter C • Letter D • Letter E • Letter F • Letter G  Letter H • Letter I • Letter J • Letter K • Letter L • Letter M • Letter N • Letter O • Letter P •  Letter Q • Letter R • Letter S • Letter T • Letter U • Letter V • Letter W • Letter X • Letter Y • Letter Z

[‘Eid Craft] Oldies but Goodies: ‘Eid Projects Around the Net from Last Year

Last year I found several bloggers who posted their ‘Eid-related projects. Here are some of my favorites insha’Allah:

Eid Stain Glass Craft at Muslim Learning Garden

Ramadhaan Activities VIII – Eid Decorations

Eid Treat Bags for our Neighbours

Eid ul Fitr Lapbook

Eid Baskets

Eid Banner

Eid Stained Glass Craft

‘Eid Cards Craft

Eid Banner

How to Make an ‘Eid Card (video)


eid banner

I love this banner. It’s made with scrap book paper. The sister sent me the instructions on how to make this (for ramadhan and eid). See how-to after the photos.

View her blog post HERE.


  • scrapbook paper, or card stock, or decorative paper
  • scissors
  • glue or double stick tape
  • yarn
  • clear tape
  • templates (Banner Letters, and Banner Flags)


  1. print the template containing the letters.
  2. print 2 sheets of template for the banner flags (triangles).
  3. cut out each flag/triangle.
  4. cut out each square of letters (see photo of banner before cutting).
  5. attach letters to the flags with glue or double stick tape.
  6. use clear tape to secure a long piece of yarn or ribbon to the back side of the flags.
  7. hang and enjoy.