Here’s How You Can Decorate for Eid Al-Adha

Eid al-Adha is less than three weeks away, and I’m so excited to decorate my house for Eid again and get my little kids ready for Eid celebrations.
Here are some of my favorite ways to decorate for Eid al-adha:

1. A 3-D Hajj Islamic Learning Kit

This one is from HafsaCreates. It is perfect if you have a family member who is going on hajj so you can also explain to your kids all about it by using this kit.

2. Kabah Night Light

This one is from With a Spin. This would look so cute during the evenings with little goodies for the kids around it.

3. Kabah Satin Ribbon

This is from Once Upon a Eid to make your gifts look adorable.

4. Sheep Projects

Choose one of these 99 creative sheep projects compiled by A Crafty Arab to make with your family and decorate around the house.

5. Wood Letters

If you’re running out of time, purchase E.I.D wood letters from Michael’s and paint them or add some glitter to show case in your home.

6. Printable Banner

Print this FREE Eid Mubarak banner from Nayma, follow the directions and watch your children’s face glow with excitement when they see it!
Eid Mubarak to everyone out there!