Ramadan Circle Wall Decor {Tutorial} Guest Post

Today’s Ramadan craft was made by a guest so I could enjoy Mothers’ Day with my family.

It is a Ramadan Craft Wall Decoration sent to me by Zarmeen Zia, who is 11 years old and loves making art, crafts and yummy treats on her Facebook and Instagram pages.

Here, in her own words, she shows us how she made today’s tutorial:

I always enjoy sharing my craft tutorials. Today, I am sharing my handmade Ramadan craft wall decoration made with paper. You will find nothing expensive or difficult to try this.


  • Pink coloured paper
  • Green coloured paper
  • 2 Wrapping sheets
  • Silver glittered foamic sheet
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Double sided tape
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Golden marker
  • Compass


To get started, draw seven circles of radius 4.5 cm with the help of compass on pink coloured paper. Also draw seven circles of same size on green coloured paper.

Now cut them out with scissors.

Make an outline on all the circles with golden marker.

Trace letters of word RAMADAN on a wrapping sheet and cut them out. Now trace letters of word MUBARAK on another wrapping sheet. Cut out all the letters with scissor.

Glue down RAMADAN letters on pink coloured circles and word MUBARAK letters on green coloured circles.

Draw out a crescent and three star shapes  on silver glittered foamic sheet. Cut them out.


Now Paste these prepared decorations on wall in circular shape.

Paste double sided tape on the back of all the prepared circles.

Paste the letters of word RAMADAN on wall like semi circle after tearing double sided tape.

Now Paste the letters of word MUBARAK on wall to complete the circle shape.Paste a star and crescent in centre.

Paste remaining stars in between the words RAMADAN MUBARAK.

Now this beautiful Ramadan wall decoration is ready.

Wow, thank you Zarmeen for the very easy to follow steps on how to make a Ramadan wall decoration. Make sure to follow her Facebook and Instagram pages.

If you are a crafter, parent or educator who would like to share their Ramadan or Arab world tutorial with my blog readers, please check out the guest post submission guidelines on the A Crafty Arab Contact page.

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