Eid Gold Nuggets Decor {Tutorial}

We are on our final Ramadan craft for this year and I am actually sad that the 30 day challenge is over.  I have really enjoyed spending  the extra time together with my daughters, crafting while we talked.


But rather than think about it being over, I cherished the extra time today getting ready for Eid Al Fitr, the holiday that commemorates the end of Ramadan.


We have a lot of cooking in the kitchen to prepare for a few Eid parties this weekend, so the craft was short and made by my youngest daughter in between pulling cookies from the oven.


The paints were sent to me for my role as Plaid Ambassador and the stickers were a set I have left over from an old scrapbook project. My husband has been volunteering to build a shelf for school so I picked up the extra pieces of wood he was going to throw out.


Letter stickers
Outdoor paint
Gold paint
Scrap wood
Mod Podge

My daughter started by painting all the wood scrap pieces with the outdoor paint.  This type of paint has a bumpy texture to help give the wood the “gold nugget” effect we are trying to achieve.

My daughter waited for a few hours for the paint to dry. We didn’t bother with a second coat since we were going to add the gold paint.

After the paint had fully dried, my daughter added the letter stickers that spell ‘Eid Mubarak.’ The final step was to add a layer of Mod Podge over to seal them.

Now the letters were done and ready to be displayed anywhere in our home.


If you enjoyed making this Eid decor, be sure to visit other ways we decorate

Eid 3D Banner {Tutorial}

DIY Table Frame Eid Decor {Tutorial}

99 Eid Projects


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Eid PomPom Mini Banner {Tutorial}

We love to make pompoms because yarn is such an inexpensive medium for the amount in a spool.  For our Ramadan craft today we decided to try our hand at making an Eid pompom mini banner using clamps.


Eid Al Fitr is the holiday that comes at the end of Ramadan and is due to start this Friday.


Once you try your first banner, you’ll get the hang of how many pompoms to add to make them smaller or larger.  You can also decide to make your banner multicolored like ours, or only choose a few colors to follow a theme.


I had to ask my husband to borrow the clamps we used to make the pompom since they were not a tool I normally keep in my studio.  Otherwise the supplies for this craft tutorial are minimal and your banner length is only limited by your table length.



C clamps

Place the clamp on the end of a table and tie the main line to the top. This is the yarn that you will not cut, so for the tutorial, I made it white so you can see it.

Add more colors to the c clamp, alternating the colors but making sure to keep the white yarn always at the top.

Cut smaller strands of the white yarn, as many as you want pompoms.

Tie the smaller strands around all the colorful yarns, making sure the knots are tight. I did one on top and two below to make sure they did not slip.

Cut the extra hanging strands short. Next you’ll want to hold all the color yarn together, except for the white yarn, and cut across.

Keep cutting across until all the pompoms are cut.  untie the white yarn from the c clamps

Fluff up each pompom and cut off any strands that might not match.

Your banner is now ready to decorate with and that was so easy and fast, we made two.

I think our next one will be school colors to celebrate the last day of school next week.

But for now, this one will be combined with our original Eid pompom banner for our upcoming weekend celebration(s).

Be sure to visit our other Pompom craft tutorials

Eid PomPom Sheep {Tutorial}

Kuwait PomPom Flag {Tutorial}

PomPomRamadan Pompom Crescent Moon {Tutorial}

99 Eid Creative Projects


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Ramadan Lantern Washi Card {Tutorial}

My daughter had so much fun making yesterday’s Ramadan craft that she just kept going with the washi tape.  After she made the moon and star, she started on a lantern shape.


Today I’ll show you how she made a Ramadan lantern, called a fanous, فانوس‎ in Arabic. They can be found in houses, restaurants, hotels, malls, etc in Arab countries and other parts of the world that celebrate Ramadan.


She used the same supplies we had, but substituted a card instead of a favor bags.



Washi tape
Double sided tape

My teen worked on this project by first using the ruler and pencil to draw out a lantern shape.

Once she had it drawn out, she used the scissors to cut it out.

She started at the top and working her way down, she added the different colored washi tape.

Once her lantern was covered, she turned it over and folded over all the tape edges.

The final step was to add double sided tape to the back of the lantern and add it to her card.

If you enjoyed making this Eid card, stop by these others

Ramadan lantern card

Eid Step Card {Tutorial}


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