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Eid Al-Fitr

DIY Eid Card: Finger Paint Dates

Guest blogger Natasha Kazi shares with Hello Holy Days! a clever and easy tutorial for DIY Eid cards: finger paint dates! I love fingerprint crafts for kids. Shape-based art is so interesting, and fingerprints are so personal. So during Ramadan, our family makes finger paint dates. Who knew that fingerprints are the perfect texture and…

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Eid Al-Fitr

Eid Gift Guide

Eid is right around the corner, and if you haven’t shopped for gifts yet we’re here to inspire you with some awesome ideas with our Eid gift guide. This gift guide is put together by guest blogger, Hanan just for Hello Holy Days! so every gift on this gift guide fits perfectly into its corresponding…

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Eid Basket Filler Ideas

Guest blogger Amanda Shaikh shares her best tips for building a Hello Holy Days’ Eid basket by age.

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Eid Al-Fitr

DIY Eid Gift: Wildflower Seed Blooms

Spring has sprung and Eid has come! In 2022, we’re celebrating Eid al Fitr on May 2nd and as we know, with April showers come May flowers! Today’s guest blogger is Kother, and she’s sharing with us a tutorial for an eco-conscious DIY Eid gift: wildflower seed blooms! Perfect for spring, gift these to the…

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Month of Rajab – Free Printable for Kids

Welcome month of Rajab! Rajab is one of the 4 sacred months of the 12 months in the Islamic calendar. In this month, the Israa and Miraj (Night Journey and Ascension) of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, took place and it was in this month that we received the blessing of 5 daily…

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Eid Al-Adha

Eid al Adha Ram Cupcakes

Not a fan of mutton? Then you’ll love this sugary version of a ram instead – perfect for celebrating Eid al Adha, the Festival of Sacrifice. I like to make these ram cupcakes specifically on the Days of Sacrifice, the 10th, 11th and 12th of Dhul Hijjah so it’s easy for kids to make connections…

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Eid Al-Adha

Eid al Adha Paper Pouches Calendar

This post is sponsored by Kid Made Modern.  When I first came across Kid Made Modern’s Black and White Paper Pad I immediately thought how great this product would be for Eid al Adha crafting. Black and white is very representative of the stories and traditions of Eid al Adha. Read more on my thoughts…

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Eid Al-Adha Muslim Crafts

Festive Goat Gift Topper

Giving gifts on Eid? Of course you are! Get the kids involved in the gift giving tradition by making this festive goat gift topper! Beautiful bejewelled leaves flanked with a mini goat will add a touch of sparkle and whimsy to gifts wrapped in kraft paper. It’s a simple and chic way to elevate your…

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Eid Al-Adha

Eid Al Adha Sheep Photo Frames

Love to take pictures of your kids during the holidays? Then, you’ll love this craft for Eid Al Adha photo frames! Shaped like sheep, these photo frames are an easy craft for children to make on their own. You can even add magnets onto the back of the sheep for displaying the craft on your…

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Eid Al-Adha

Simple Eid al Adha Sheep Wreath

What’s a holiday without a wreath? This simple Eid al Adha sheep wreath takes next to no time to make and it will look so good hanging on your front door come Eid al Adha! For easy hanging, use a wreath hanger to display this simple yet chic wreath.  As guests walk in your door,…