Cardboard Tube Stamps
Eid Al-Fitr

Cardboard Tube Stamps

Recycle cardboard tubes into crescent and star shaped stamps! These stamps only take 5 minutes to make and kids of all ages will enjoy crafting with them. Have kids make stamped drawings to hang up on the fridge or stamp on gift tags, greeting cards and favour bags. Purchase a roll of purple kraft paper…

Flying Carpet Graham Crackers
Eid Al-Fitr

Flying Carpet Graham Crackers

These flying carpet graham cracker cookies are a wonderful treat to enjoy in Ramadan or on Eid day – and thanks to store bought graham crackers, they’re so easy to make! The candy used to decorate these flying carpets, or prayer rugs, are sour peach strips with no artificial dyes (hence the white colour) by…

Ramadan Sensory Box
Eid Al-Fitr

Ramadan Sensory Box

Small children, like toddlers and preschoolers, learn about holidays through simple activities.¬†Sensory boxes are meant to help kids learn to count, identify their colours and shapes, practice fine motor skills and develop language skills by describing how things feel or look like. Here are some activities your child can do with our Ramadan sensory box….

Paper Bag Mosques
Eid Al-Fitr

Paper Bag Mosques

Transform simple kraft paper bags into playful mosques with our free printable clipart. Stuff with tissue paper and these make the perfect gift bags for Eid day. Kids can make these themselves too – pre-cut the parts, particularly the more intricate ones like the minaret, and have kids glue the pieces to make the mosque….

Moon Sighting Binoculars
Eid Al-Fitr

Moon Sighting Binoculars

¬† Get kids involved in the tradition of moon sighting with binoculars they can help put together. It’s a great way to encourage pretend play for toddlers and preschoolers and big kids won’t mind a peek through the binoculars either! You can use these binoculars twice – once to spot the crescent moon for Ramadan…

Ramadan Kids’ Table Crayons
Eid Al-Fitr

Ramadan Kids’ Table Crayons

Make Ramadan special at the kids’ table with this fun place setting idea. Use our printable template for the mosque shape – and for the minaret? A crayon! Lay out kraft paper as a tablecloth and let kids colour with the crayons till sunset. Place extra crayons at the table to ensure that there are…

DIY Saffron Flowers
Eid Al-Fitr

DIY Saffron Flowers

On Eid, Muslim cultures cook their finest food and some of these foods often include saffron, the most expensive and luxurious of spices. Saffron is harvested in the autumn most popularly in Spain, Iran and Kashmir, from beautifully fragrant flowers that vary in shades of purple depending on the region. With Eid-ul-Adha also taking place…

Eid Money Poppers
Eid Al-Fitr

Eid Money Poppers

Celebrate Eid with a pop! Conceal cash in these DIY confetti poppers for a fun twist on the tradition of handing out money on Eid. Materials Steps Hello Holy Days Shop!Shop products by Hello Holy Days!

Henna Hands Eid Greeting Card
Eid Al-Fitr

Henna Hands Eid Greeting Card

For some Muslim cultures, henna, or mehndi, is a big part of Eid celebrations. The night before Eid women and children get intricate henna designs on their hands so on Eid day their hands are stained with a fresh, dark espresso colour. If you’ve got a little one, make these henna hands Eid greeting cards…

Dried Dates Wreath
Eid Al-Fitr

Dried Dates Wreath

As Eid-ul-Adha slowly makes it way out of autumn and into summer, embrace the season before it’s gone with a stunning fall wreath. Our autumn Eid wreath is made with dried dates as a nod to the Prophetic tradition of celebrating Eid with dates. Hang this wreath above a table or on a door for…