Free Printable Eid Decorations
We’ve been working on making decorations for Eid this year and we are trying to make the house a bit more colorful. In the past we mostly hung paper chains with homemade paper famous and streamers. This year we are trying to be more colorful and sophisticated (what can I say, my kids are growing up). Not only are we printing off decorations – we are also making many as well. So, this should be interesting.
I wanted to spread the Eid cheer with everyone, so I am making available ALL OF THE DECORATIONS I have designed – FREE FOR YOU TO PRINT AND ENJOY (for personal use only).
I think you will agree (when you make them) that they turn out pretty nicely, masha’Allah. This is definitely one of those moments when I wondered why I didn’t think of this before.
Anyway, I not only designed a large fanous pattern (in several colors and styles), I also designed a page with two smaller fanous. I also designed paper chains to link with them, a standing card decoration that says Eid Mubarrak and small flags that you can use to decorate cupcakes with or use as gift tags.
You can put the tags on pencils as small gifts to give at the masjid to spread Eid cheer.
You can also use the tags on gifts to make it more personal:
All of these items are made in the same styles and colors – and there are many other styles than what you see here – so that you can really color coordinate if you enjoy that. It should make any Eid party quite festive, insha’Allah.
You can find all the decorations here:
The kids are busily cutting out the designs and making them as I am writing this – they are thoroughly enjoying it. My younger child is making an easier set of decorations to show of artistic skill as well. This way, younger children don’t have to be frustrated that they can’t cut as well as their siblings, insha’Allah. Anyway – I hope you and your families enjoy these.
Please let others know about this – spread the cheer, insha’Allah!
It would absolutely thrill me to know that people are using these and brightening up their homes, schools, and parties a little during Eid. I know (at least for me) how hard it is to make Eid special – especially for those of us who do not live in the Middle East during this time of year. So, by all means – decorate away!
If you do end up making the decorations – please let me know how it turns out. If you have a blog, please share pictures of how it turns out and let me know – I may link to you 🙂
I’m really excited about this one, masha’Allah.
Insha’Allah you will enjoy using these as we have – and may they fill your home with Eid cheer!
This Eid you can have your cake and eat it too!
From my heart to yours,
Sumayyah Umm SAAK