I started the 30 days of Ramadan Crafty challenge back in July 2011 to give my daughters a creative outlet for making some fun Islamic crafts.
I wasn’t able to find any Islamic craft books at our local library or online, so we made up our own creations.
It was our hope to inspire others to celebrate the month of Ramadan with their own children.
We are looking forward to Ramadan 2012 to create more crafts!
Here are the crafts in alphabetical order:
1. Allah Monogram Button Art
10. Donkey and Cart
13. Eid Coin Bag
15. Festive Sheep
18. Iqra Bookmark
20. Ketupat Card
21. Making a Soos
24. Paper Lanterns
27. Star banner
29. Twisted box
30. Zakāt box
Be sure to check out A Crafty Arab on Pinterest to see more of our Ramadan tutorials.