Arabic Alphabet Card App is Here {Free Download}

I’m so excited to announce the Arabic Alphabet Animal App is now available for FREE download.

 

It’s official. A Crafty Arab is now a mom and pop operation!

 

My husband came to me two months ago and asked if I’d ever considered putting my Arabic Alphabet Animal Game Cards on an app.

 

“Of course,” I said. “It’s been a dream, but I have no money to hire a developer to make it for me.”

 

“I’ll try it,” he said and headed to our local library to research how.   And I fell in love with him all over again.

 

Now it’s live. Something that has been a goal for so long is physically in my daughter’s hands.  It’s beautiful to see the power of dua’a (prayer in Arabic) become a reality.

 

It’s design is simple and easy to use for little hands. It will hopefully entertain your kids and introduce them visually to the Arabic alphabet.

 

Download Arabic Alphabet Cards for free here.

 

If you are “old school” and would rather have your child hold the originals, be sure to check out the Arabic Alphabet Animal Game Cards on Amazon, and Zibbet.

 

You can also purchase the Arabic Alphabet Animal Poster, Arabic Alphabet Magnets and sign up for our mailing list to receive your free Arabic Alphabet Animal Coloring Pages.

 

We also recently released the Arabic Color Poster:

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ACraftyArab Arabic Colors Poster.

 

Stay tuned for the Arabic Alphabet Animal Coloring Book coming out next. Plus the designs for the Arabic Shapes Poster and Arabic Numbers Poster have already been started.  If you are a retailer, A Crafty Arab will also be offering an affiliate program in the fall.

 

And who knows what my husband still has up his sleeve! Watch out world, he’s gone back to the library.

Legal talk:

Free Android apps from ACraftyArab use personalized advertising served via the Google Mobile Ads SDK (AdMob). AdMob uses the devices advertising id to serve personalized ads based on the users interests (which includes collecting and analyzing user data). For information on Google Ad personalization settings refer to www.google.com/settings/ads. Users may also want to review policies.google.com/privacy.

If you do not wish to have advertising, paid Android apps from ACraftyArab do not show ads and do not collect personalized data. Paid Android apps from teraKUHN may contain AdMob code, but that code is disabled. Paid Android apps from teraKUHN typically have a name including ‘No Ads’ or ‘Pro’

     Other than the use of AdMob and the collection of personalized data by Google and advertisers, ACraftyArab apps do not collect any other personalized data.

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2016 Ramadan Crafts 30 Day Challenge Roundup {Resource}

ACraftyArab 2016 CraftyRamadan Collage

When I was looking for Ramadan crafts to make back in July 2011, there were no books, websites or Pinterest to help me teach my daughters. So we created the series to met our heritage and cultural needs.

As an Arab artist, I had the resources to create crafts with them in my studio, at the same time spending time with them individually talking about Islam, Ramadan and my childhood memories of family.  Our tradition has continued annually through 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

I hope you enjoyed our activities over this past month. Feel free to also check them out visually on Pinterest and presented here alphabetically –

  1. Accordion Ramadan Art
  2. Alhamdulillah Rocks
  3. Arabesque Sandpaper Shirt {Tutorial}
  4. Cookie Cutter {Mosque} Candles
  5. Crayon Resist Eid Banner {Tutorial}
  6. Crescent Moon and Star Straw Toppers {Tutorial}
  7. Eid Beaded Safety Pin {Tutorial}
  8. Eid Foil Decor {Tutorial}
  9. Eid Green Slime {Tutorial}
  10. Eid Step Card {Tutorial}
  11. Great Mosque of Cordoba {Printable}
  12. Hajj Shadowbox Savings Bank {Tutorial}
  13. Hanging {Paper Bag} Khatam
  14. Happy Eid Party Pack – Teal {Printable}
  15. Happy Eid 3D Banner {Tutorial}
  16. Iqra Yarn Art {Tutorial}
  17. Laylat Al Qadr Handprint Prayer {Tutorial}
  18. Libyan Flag Egg Carton {Tutorial}
  19. Magnet Ramadan Countdown
  20. Melted Crayon Allah Art
  21. Mini Eid Book Tutorial {Bookmark Downloads}
  22. Quad-fold Eid Mubarak Card Tutorial
  23. Ramadan Kareem 2016 / 1437 { Perler Crescent Moon}
  24. Ramadan Lantern Foil Art Tutorial
  25. Ramadan Lantern Silhouette Yarn Art
  26. Ramadan Themed Designer Shirts Tutorial {Guest Post}
  27. Salam Dove Hair Clip
  28. Sudan Flag Lantern
  29. Tunisian Flag Bleach Tshirt
  30. Vote for your Happy Eid {5 Free Printables}

Be sure to visit ACraftyArab on YouTube for an upcoming video.

 

Do you need more?

Check out A Crafty Arab on Pinterest.
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Eid Step Card {Tutorial}

Eid Mubarak! That means Blessed Eid in Arabic. Tomorrow is Eid Al Fitr, the holiday to celebrate the conclusion of the month of Ramadan.

 

For our Ramadan crafts 30 day challenge tutorial today, I made a handmade step card. I would rate this as an adult craft since there is a lot of measuring and folding.

 

Supplies

12×12 cardstock
Chipboard letters
Chalk
Corner punch
Double sided tape
Decorative paper
Fabric flower and brad
3D butterfly sticker

ACraftyArab Eid Step Card1

I used the tutorial here to cut the card.

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I used the corner punch to round out the edges.

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I cut the decorative paper to fit inside the blank areas of the card. I rounded out the edges of all the paper before adding it on with double sided tape.

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I added a 3d butterfly to the lower area of the card.

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I layered the four fabric flowers and attached to each other with a brad. I added a stem and grass to the right side of the card.

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I didn’t like how the chipboard letters were white, so I used chalk ink to make them gold.

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After all three letters were done, I added them to the card on the “steps”.

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I can later add a white piece of paper to the right side to write my personal note. My card was ready to fold and mail.

 

I just realized I forgot to take a photo of the card closed, so I’ll have to do it sometime during the day.

 

I had so much fun making that step card, I made another. This one says Eid Mubarak in Arabic.

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Here is a closeup. Be sure to follow A Crafty Arab Facebook page where I’ll be giving it away for free.

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Please visit A Crafty Arab’s Zibbet shop to check out other handmade cards I’ve made.

 

Be sure to also stop by A Crafty Arab on Pinterest to see other Eid and Ramadan DIY craft tutorials.

 

ACraftyArab Eid Step CardPin

ACraftyArab Eid Step CardWP

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