Mosque Crepe Paper Banner {Tutorial}

To go along the same theme as our Star Banner from last year’s Ramadan crafts challenge, this time around we decided to make a Mosque Banner to decorate our walls for this holy month.


Crepe paper

First you’ll need to measure out 2 inches on your crepe paper and make a fold. Keep making accordion folds until your banner is long enough.

Use your imagination to draw out a mosque design. Don’t forgot the doors and windows!

Staple the crepe paper where you are going to cut out the design. This step is important for little hands that will have a hard time holding the paper and cutting at the same time. Notice how we also put staples in the doors.

Cut out your design.

Unwrap your crepe paper and enjoy your banner!

We had so much fun making one that we made several, experimenting with the dome and size of doors and window shapes like our first photo. This is a very inexpensive craft that you can play with for hours!

To make more DIY mosque tutorials, visit 99 Creative Mosque Projects. To learn more about the Islamic religion through crafts, visit A Crafty Arab on Pinterst.




I am a Libyan American who creates art to promote a positive image of Arab and Islamic culture.