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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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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…

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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 Plastic confetti poppers, available at Creative Bag Cardstock Alphabet stickers Tinsel Double sided tape Scissors Clip art Steps Download and print clip art. Use the 8 pointed stars to…

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Henna Hands Greeting Cards

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 hand greeting cards to…

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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…

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Eid Money Felt Envelopes

Handing out money to children is a tradition of Eid. Make these felt envelopes for a charming way of gift giving. Fastened with velcro, these envelopes are adorned with 8 pointed stars. Materials 8.5″ x 11″ sheets of felt, various colours Tacky glue Velcro coins Craft scissors Masking tape Safety pin (optional) Clipart Steps Determine…

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8 Pointed Star Crayons

Use our 8 pointed star cookie cutter to make fun shaped crayons. These are great for handing out as favours to kids – they’ll love colouring with them on Eid! Materials 8 pointed star cookie cutter, 3″ Aluminum foil Crayons, paper wrapping removed Method Wrap the bottom of cookie cutter with aluminum foil to create…

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8 Pointed Star Brownies

Make Eid festive by making brownies with our Islamic holiday cookie cutters. Get the recipe below. Ingredients 6 oz unsweetened chocolate 1 cup butter 3 eggs 2 1/2 cups sugar 1 cup flour 1/4 tsp vanilla Pinch of salt Icing sugar Directions Preheat oven to 350F and grease a 9″ x 13″ pan. Melt chocolate…

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Cotton Candy Eid Pouches

Nothing says summer like cotton candy! Celebrate Eid in the summer by pairing cash with cotton candy. It’s a super sweet way to hand out Eid money to children (pun intended!) Of course food and money should never directly touch each other – see our little trick for making sure the money is separated from…

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Eid Money Sponge Stamp Bags

Sponge stamp drawstring bags as a great way to hand out money to children on Eid day. Have kids help with making the bags beforehand and then on Eid day, fill up each bag with money and treats. Thoughtful favours like small bottles of bubbles, mini notebooks or jewelry also fit snuggly into the bags.…