RCC 14 Najmat al-Quds Wall art


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

RCC 11 – Woven Crescent & Stars wall hanging

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This is one of the crafts I had started doing and then left for days – I wasn’t very sure how will it turn out to be. But contrary to my doubts it did turn awesome.

One can find these crescent metal hoops from the crafts shop but I decided to use cardboard and foil instead. So I cut the cardboard and to make it a bit sturdy I folded foil paper in strips and wrapped the strips onto the cardboard.  Continue reading

RCC 10 – Foil Art wall decor for Ramadan

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Today’s craft was not only easy but it turned out very bright and cheerful as well. I had tried a couple of things in the past to engrave foil but none really worked before, Then I realized that I could use a glue gun or use anything that has depth like yarn and make a design and then lay foil on top of it.Foil art using Glu-gun as Ramadan Craft (3)

The things I used:

  • cardboard squares
  • Glue gun
  • pen to trace a design
  • sharpies to color
  • foil paper
  • cotton swab
  • tape

I just did a freehand drawing on all 4 cardboard pieces and traced the pattern with the hot glue. Continue reading

RCC 9 – Rock painting with Crayons

15 day Ramadan crafting challenge

This was an awesome craft as well, we couldn’t find the perfect smooth rocks here, the ones we found at the beach had really interesting patterns and I thought of giving it a try anyway.

We used: Rock crayon painting for Ramadan craft (1)

  • Different rocks
  • Assorted crayons
  • paints
  • liquid eyeliner

I though sharpies would work but they didn’t, so I used acrylic paints without diluting it water and outlined it with my liquid eyeliner 😉

Just put the rocks in the oven at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes and take them out. Put it on a thick cloth or heating-pad. and then just draw away. Continue reading