We made more Eid cards today! But my five year old wanted to get involved, so I thought it might be nice to make easier cards for her.
Eid is the Arabic word for festival or holiday and is used to commemorate the two major Islamic religions, as well as birthdays, Christmas, Mother’s Day, etc.
We had some left over fake wool fabric from a previous project and used it to make this black sheep Eid Mubarak card.
Take the green grass cardstock and glue it to the edge of the grass background cardstock . Once that dries, glue them both down to your blank card.
With the white quilting pencil, draw out three lines across the short end of your black cardstock. On the other side, draw out a sheep face and ears.
Cut out the four legs and cut the ends into a V so that they look like hoofs. Cut out the sheep face and ears and glue on the googly eyes.
Glue down all your pieces to the card front and write Eid Mubarak at the bottom of the sheep.