Wednesday 19 March 2014

Product Review: The Muslim Sticker Company Sticker Books

When the Muslim Sticker Company asked if I would like to do a review of their latest product, I was keen to take a look.  I have seen their products in my local Islamic goods shop and found them eye-catching and attractive.  I previously used their stickers as a finishing touch to some Eid treats I made for my children:

They sent me three copies of thier new sticker book for my children to try out.  I did think they would be suitable for younger children so suggested that Gorgeous (7 years) try one and perhaps we let the neighbours 6-year old and another child try the other two.  Both Little Man and Little Lady declined and decided to use the books theirselves. 

Like the stickers I bought previously, the books were colourful and glossy.  The book uses good quality thick white paper with a lot of colour used on the pages.  This book focussed on shapes and I would say it would be perfect for smaller children around 3-7 years who are learning about shapes and would enjoy the simple activities.

I found some of stickers, especially the prayer mats and elements of the masjid such as the dome, very nicely designed and all of the stickers a nice quality.  The pages have themes such as Eid, Ramadan, the masjid and a childs room.  The activities include drawing, colouring, shape matching and shape sorting.

The children enjoyed these and I always look out for of Islamic-themed fun activities and this met the bill. I would say this is the right size and level of difficulty to keep a young child busy during a long trip or a half-term holiday. One other use for the stickers could be for crafts such as card-making, it almost seemed a shame to let the loose on the stickers


  1. السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللَّهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ
    Hope you're well?
    I love those books. I'd like to get for my kids. Where or how can I purchase them? I'm based in South Africa.
    جَزَاكَ اللهُ خَيْرًا
    و عَلَيْكم السَّلاَمُ وَ رَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ
    Fierozah Mohamed

    1. Walaikam-assalam Sister Fierozah,
      Apologies, I have added a link.

  2. wasalam
    You can buy them from, we do post to South Africa. You can email