Ramadan Moon and Star Crayons {Tutorial} Guest Post

Today’s Ramadan crafts activity was a guest post from Zakiya at Blend of Spice for crayons made from moon and star baking molds.


We love using crayons in the oven on rocks, or melting them on a canvas, or even on cards to resist paint, and were excited to collaborate.


However, after advertising her tutorial on Facebook, Pinterest, GooglePlus, and on Twitter (and also retweeted plus have it sent out by others like here, here, here, and here), she asked me to take it down. She felt her post had not been advertised enough since it was not added to Instagram yet.


I have honored her request.


Please be patient while my daughters and I come up with an alternative for you to enjoy this day with your child for our 8th annual Ramadan crafts challenge, jazak Allah khair (in Arabic this is جزاك اللهُ‎, a term expressing gratitude that means “May God reward you with goodness.”).


I will be spending the rest of my day developing guest post guidelines.


Life lesson learned!







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