Sunday 10 August 2008

First Batch of Eid Cards

I had a go at making some cards to put away for Eid-ul-Fitr. I hope to make enough to send to friends, family and relatives in Pakistan, plus a few for my mum to send out. I like some more than others and I was pleased I could use up some of the odds and ends that were taking up room.

This last one is one of my favourites because I used up some rainbow paper I saved ages ago from a Boots photograph wallet (the kind they give your photo's back in). The embellishments include stickers and bindi's.


  1. How cute! You are so creative, Masha Allah!

  2. Assalam-alaikam Sis Ammena and Sis Safiyyah,
    thank you for your kind comments.

  3. this is very nice! u r selling them?

  4. some of them came out really good, the first 2 were my fave :D artsy fartsy one.

  5. oop, dat anonmyous one was me.. forgot to add my name

  6. ASsalamu alaykum umm salihah, your cards are really lovely. Now I wish to receive one of your card. :)
    Mash'Allah they look so special and you took great care in details.
    Mash'Allah very talented and also if you look around the islamic shops always sells the old 'boring' (excuse the word there) old style. I love yours best! Well done!!!

  7. there are a few nice ones -the balloon ones are good

  8. Assalam-alaikam Sister Manja,
    Thank you for your kind comment, I am not selling at the moment, but if I do I will put up a link.

    Assalam-alaikam Sister Muslimah,
    I would love to send you a card, I just wish I knew where to send it.

    lss - The balloon ones are my faves too
    fash - dopey

  9. masha'ALLAH those are beautiful! Take care,

  10. hi i really like you cards i make handamde eid card for friends and familly too
    i was jus wondering where did you get those eid mubarak stickers
    because i cant find them any where
    i was looking for eid confetti but all i could find was from america and it was very expensive!!
    any suggestions???