Sunday 7 September 2008

Last Batch of Eid Cards

I wanted to spend the afternoon with my gran as she likes company, but sitting in her room makes me dopey so I took my card-making stuff with me as I know she would like to have a look. I've run out of a lot of stuff I uses so these cards were experimental with mixed results.

This one was the easiest to make. The printed background is from a wedding invite.

Both of these cards used bindi's (I picked up a pack for 10p from a house clearance stall and regretted not buying more). I would have liked to add something more, but couldn't think what to put without spoiling the effect.

I don't know why, but this one with orange gems and fabric iron-ons feels more like a divali card.

For this one I used my daughter's broken hair bobble.


  1. Assalamualikum,

    MashAllah,they r so cute and nice.

  2. Mashallah Very awesome looking cute and beautiful Eid Cards. Thank u for u r intrest in sendind down a recipe for the event. If u have already posted the recipe in your blog then send me the link of the recipe. I will pick picture from the link. If u r going to post the recipes then please do it fast and send me the lnk. Inshallah i will post as soon as possible. I just want u to write down a little note on Ramadan along with the recipe and mail me to my mail id, which is there on the blog. Happy Fasting!

  3. Assalam-alaikam Sister Umm Saaz,
    these are not my best effort and the photo's didn't come out well at all. So thank you for your kind comment.

    Assalam-alaikam Sister Lubna,
    Jazhakh'Allah-khairun for your kind words, I have submitted the recipes.

  4. Assalaamu alaikum,

    Really beautiful masha'Allah!

  5. These are so beautiful mashaAllah!!!

  6. Assalamu alaykum, masha'Allaah, love the cards sis.

  7. assalamu aleikum, Ramadan Mubarak, I'm a Spanish Muslimah and I've visited your blog and tagged you in my own blog. I hope this won't annoy you.
    I like doing craft, taking photography and doing scraps as well. Yazakallah for sharing.