Muslim Crafts

8 Pointed Star Egg

3am meals don’t have to be boring! Before a long day of fasting, make sure you get your protein with this festive egg breakfast shaped into an 8 pointed star – a symbol of hope. Ingredients and Supplies 2 eggs, yolks and whites separated Non-stick spray or oil Non-stick fry pan Bamboo skewer Spatula Large…

Ramadan Lantern Sandwiches
Muslim Crafts

Ramadan Lantern Sandwiches

In some Muslim cultures, lanterns are heavily associated with Ramadan. Before electricity, lanterns were carried outdoors to help spot the crescent moon which indicates the start of Ramadan. For a fun treat for kids, make lantern sandwiches with peanut butter and jam – the jam gives the lanterns a stained glass look! Ingredients and Supplies…

Eid Al-Fitr | Muslim Crafts

DIY Ramadan Tablecloth

Bring a bit of festivity into your home with this DIY tablecloth hand painted with the greetings, “Ramadan Mubarak”. You don’t need to be an Islamic arts calligrapher for this project – we promise! Simply download our clipart and follow the easy instructions. A fun weekend project, you’ll be pleased to pull out this tablecloth…

Perler Bead 8 Pointed Star
Eid Al-Fitr | Muslim Crafts

Perler Bead 8 Pointed Star

Adults and kids alike will enjoy this fun Ramadan craft. Make 8 pointed stars from Perler beads in bright cheerful colours befitting for summer weather. Islamic art heavily relies on geometry and Perler beads are a great medium to explore symmetry. Expand the 8 pointed star to create different flower patterns found commonly in Muslim…

Free Ramadan Printable – Samosa Bags
Eid Al-Fitr | Muslim Crafts

Free Ramadan Printable – Samosa Bags

Every Ramadan I like to hand out treats to co-workers. It’s a Ramadan tradition I made up. Last year, I made M&M cookies which we handed out in these printable bags. The year before that, I handed out samosas to my co-workers at Chatelaine magazine.┬áThis year I’m doing samosas again – but with different packaging….

Kilim Lanterns
Eid Al-Fitr | Muslim Crafts

Kilim Lanterns

This Ramadan, wow guests with these easy-to-make Kilim lanterns! Kilims are rugs woven by nomadic people all over the Islamic world; the kilims of North Africa, Persia and Anatolia are especially popular here in the West. Typically, women are weavers of kilims and the knowledge of the craft is passed down from mother to daughter….