Ramadan Good Deeds Sticker Book {Tutorial}

We made this good deeds sticker book because during Ramadan, my kids do their best at paying it forward with kindness.

Once they completed a deed, I would give them a sticker to put up on our good deed wall poster (a no frills poster board I had bought at the local craft store and added their names and days of Ramadan).

Today we made sticker books for each of them to hold their individual stickers since they get a choice of what goes on the wall.


First take your envelopes and cut off the flaps.

Affix the double sided tape at the center of the top edge and stick the envelope to the next envelope.  Make sure they line up.

Once all the envelopes are all lined up, they’ll look like this:

To measure out the size of the file folder: lay out three extra envelopes and put the taped envelopes between them.  This will give you the thickness.  Using the ruler, mark off the dimensions and cut out the cover.

Where you marked off the twelve envelopes taped together, you’ll want to make a couple of score lines.  If you don’t have a score machine like mine below, you can use a bone folder.

Place double sided tape to the outer edges of the envelopes to attach them to the cover.

Add the Velcro tabs to the inside of the cover.

Use the duct tape to add an edge of the cover for extra thickness. This will give it extra protection from children opening and closing it all day.

Decorate the duct tape with some colored tape.

Your good deeds book is now ready for stickers!

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