With Eid Al-Fitr 2020 just around the corner, it’s time to get your celebrations in order. Keeping your kids entertained and adding the Eid spirit to your home might not be as easy, but with these DIY Eid decorations and crafts, your home will be quite festive.
Envelope cards for Eid money
Mosque banner decoration
Since we won’t be able to go to mosques this Eid, why not bring the mosques to us? You’ll find the step by step instructions on how to make these cute mosques and decorate your walls with Eid crafts.
Eid Mubarak banner
If you’re looking for a simple way to get into the Eid spirit without having to go all crafty, this Eid Mubarak banner will be absolutely perfect. All you have to do is use the free printable template and follow the instructions to connect them together.
Eid Al-Fitr party crackers
Party crackers are always a great festive addition to any celebration. Follow Martha Stewart‘s step-by-step guide and make this Eid craft with your kids.
Prayer mat cookies
These prayer mat cookies by Hello Holy Days isn’t just a Eid activity you can engage your children with, but also something they’ll enjoy eating once they’ve left it around for decoration.
Hanging Ka’ba Eid decoration
Lantern favor boxes
Whether you’d like to use this amazing lantern favor boxes as decoration around the house or to add kahk or Eid money to them, it will be a great Eid craft to make with your children.
Paper bag mosque
Placing these DIY paper bag mosques in the corner will be a great form of decoration that your kids can make themselves. It’s pretty simple to make, requires basic materials that you probably have lying around the house and adds a perfect Eid Al-Fitr vibe to your home.
Crafty prayer mat
After you let your kids create their own artistic prayer mats, you can use at as a garland across your living room to celebrate Eid with an artistic touch.
DIY mosque city
Further reading: 23 Offline and Online Places to Buy Kahk in Egypt