#Ramadan and #Eid Card Making Kit Giveaway from Hafsa Creates

Ramadan Mubarak to all my friends across the globe. May this Ramadan be a month of blessings, forgiveness and guidance for all of us.A few days ago I received this colourful DIY Ramadan and Eid Card Making Kit fro the wonderfully creative Hafsa Taher of Hafsa Creates.
Ramadan and Eid Card Making Kit

The kit contained:
– 5 blank cards
– 5 envelopes
– pretty patterned ribbons
– patterned paper
– Sentiments: 3 x Ramadan greetings (in English and Arabic) and 3 x Eid greetings
– Lots of of embellishments (stickers and punch outs including butterflies, birds, flowers, etc)

My girls really enjoyed making these these fun and easy Ramadan and Eid cards for our family and friends. All we needed was a glue stick to start.


They decided to decorate the envelopes too. We had a bunch of embellishments left after making all the cards and envelopes which we hope to use for future projects.

Ramadan and Eid Cards

You can purchase this Card Making Kit and other lots of other lovely creations on Hafsa’s Etsy shop. She is also giving away a free Card Making Kit to one lucky winner.  It can be customised according to your children’s age and gender.

The giveaway is open to US and Canada residents only. Please enter through the PunchTab widget below

The Giveaway has ended and the winner has been notified through email.


8 comments on “#Ramadan and #Eid Card Making Kit Giveaway from Hafsa Creates

  1. I have 3 daughters and we love making all sorts of crafts my youngest is only 2 so crafting to her is gluing and cutting and colouring randomly but she is very dedicated to her crafts. We like to make crafts that have a purpose (cards, picture frames, vases, dolls, barbie clothes/accessories etc.

  2. Cardmaking can be so much fun with the kids. It allows them to get creative and do something meaningful for others. I love Hafsa’s creations and love her carkmaking it! It’s full of all the materials you need to create some fun cards and is perfect for any age child!

  3. Asalaamu alaikum & Ramadan Kareem! My children and I love doing crafts. I have 4 kids ages 5 and under, so most of our crafts include drawing/coloring/painting/cut/paste. They also love making cards for family & friends.

  4. I would love to win this. My boys and I love to make and create new crafts wheather it is paiting cutting or using recycled boxes

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