Asalamualikum wr, (may peace be upon you)
Happy Ramadan, (Ramadan Mubarak/Kareem – however, you prefer it) Okay I know I am 5 days late in wishing, but at least it is not late than never.
Insha Allah this Ramadan, the blog will host 8 Guest posts. 2 for each week.
- 4 Recipe guest blog posts
- 4 Ramadan Reflection guest posts –
Happy Reading – and may this Ramadan increase you in your health & spirit! and may it help you all and myself in drawing close to our Maker – Amen.
This craft has been very close to my heart but I took so long to post it because I wasn’t sure how will I explain it here. But before let me explain a Najmat-ul-Qudus, This is an ancient Islamic symbol of two over-laping squares (qudus) making a star (najmah) Read in detail here.
Its a pretty easy craft and just require few items, for the threaded Najmat-ul-qudus you only need: Continue reading
This one was pretty easy as well, I used:
- a glass
- hand-drawn masjid pattern
- glitter glue
I traced the image from my Laptop (hehe) and cut it. Continue reading
We tried this awesome Puffy paint recipe using three basic ingredients, everyone has in their kitchens. We used:
- 1/2 cup flour
- slightly less than 1/2 cup water
- 1 tea spoon salt
The key is in mixing well. Add the flour, water and salt and whisk well, so well that it falls as one thread. Continue reading
Tiny colorful things are joy! so are buttons. Today we gathered our buttons and tried making two crafts. A bracelet & Clothespins cars.
For the Bracelets we needed
- Some assorted buttons
- Some pipe cleaners. Abi wanted purple and Ib wanted yellow, so we chose these colors.
- A pair of scissors
- something to secure the edge, paper tape etc
One of my favorite mithai has been GulabJamun, specially the warm tender ones soaked in sugar syrup – mouth watering.
After some failed attempts at making Gulab Jamun at home I finally embarked on the pretty awesome recipe by Vahchef Here.