Ramadan Crafts Challenge 2017 Roundup {Resource}

For the past 30 days, we have made Ramadan crafts to teach about our culture and religion during the Hijri year 1438, Georgian year 2017. 

Eid Mubarak 2017!

That is a greeting that means Blessed Eid.  Muslims are sharing it worldwide today as they celebrate Eid Al Fitr, the festival that ends the month of Ramadan.

Our family started this tradition in July 2011, when I was looking for Ramadan crafts to help me teach my daughters. Our tradition has continued annually through 2012, 2013, 2014 2015 and 2016.

We hope you have learned something new and will enjoy this list of all of them together:

Basmala Beaded Square {Tutorial}

Ramadan Pull Away Calendar {Tutorial}

Salted Watercolor Mosque {Tutorial}

Ramadan Photo Booth {Tutorial}

Camel Straw Racing {Tutorial}

Ramadan Moon Sequin Art {Tutorial}

Minaret Zakat Box {Tutorial}

Khatam Date Holder {Tutorial}l}

Arabic Fig Canvas Bag {Tutorial}

Word Bleach Shirt {Tutorial}

Arabesque Pencil Case {Tutorial}

Salt Dough Ramadan Banner {Tutorial}

Salt Dough Ramadan Gift Tag {Tutorial}

Khatam Gift Wrap {Tutorial}

Happy Eid Salmon {Printable}

Minaret Lego Bird Feeder {Tutorial}

Eid Crayon Resist Cards {Tutorial}

Khatam Origami Magnet {Tutorial}

My First Fast Award {Tutorial}

Henna Shrinky Button {Tutorial}

Eid PopUp Card {Tutorial}

Felted Cookie Cutter Sheep {Tutorial}

Baba Accordion Card {Tutorial}

Eid Baked Rocks {Tutorial}

Eid Balloon Popup Card {Tutorial}

Eid Gift Cards {Printable} Guest Post

Laylat Al Qadr Mini Light {Tutorial}

Eid Mubarak Suncatcher {Tutorial}

Qatar Flag Bookmark {Tutorial}

Eid Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops {Tutorial}

To see all these visually, stop by the A Crafty Arab on Pinterest.

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