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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Eid Craft

Eid is the celebration marking the end of Ramadan, the fasting month, for muslims around the globe. L and I did some quick craft work around eid. Sharing it below.
eid crafts for kids
These little red seeds are natural ones found extensively in Kerala. Kids usually fall in love with these beautiful beads.  We collected these during our summer vacation back home.

little red seeds masjid craft
Post our craft activity L tried to make her own design without assistance. This is how it turned out!
preschooler drawing craft


Inspired by Karima's playdough work!


Let kids be kids 

22 comments:

  1. Wow, that's really creative!! Hope you had a nice Eid, belated Eid mubarak!
    #LetKidsBeKids
    (Happy to connect too! http://www.fromadaddy.com)

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    1. We did have nice time! Thank You... Glad to find your blog!

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  2. That's very arty and I love that she's used the seeds to make Eid :) hope you had a lovely day!

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    1. We did have a great day. Thank You... :)

      xx

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  3. Great craft work and I love the one she did on her own too, it's really good!
    Thanks for linking #LetKidsBeKids

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    1. Thank you Karen. It was nice linking up and seeing many "kids being kids" ideas! Look forward to next one.. IA!

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  4. Fantastic crafting, the one she did on her own is fantastic! Hope you had a lovely time! Xx

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    1. Thanks Caroline. Yes we had great time with family!

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  5. nice craft work
    http://theknotstory.com/

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  6. Looks lovely! I've never come across those seeds before, they look interesting.

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    1. I don't think it's available in any other part of the world. But ask any Keralite you bump upon, no one will ever find it as alien object... These seeds used to take first place in our plays back in my childhood too. Some things don't change over time, are they? ;)

      Thanks Tarana!

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  7. How lovely! Her drawings are really precious :-)

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  8. Really nice, ive responded to your words. let me know your thoghts on latest post.

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    1. Thanks, I will stop by shortly, IA!

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  9. The craft activity looks beautiful! And also the one that Liya did on her own. I am waiting for Little A to turn a year or two older so that I can try out some neat craft activities to giveaway to family and friends with him on occasion of Ramadan and Eid. #LetKidsBeKids

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  10. The craft activity looks beautiful! And also the one that Liya did on her own. I am waiting for Little A to turn a year or two older so that I can try out some neat craft activities to giveaway to family and friends with him on occasion of Ramadan and Eid. #LetKidsBeKids

    www.thoughtsoverchai.wordpress.com

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  11. I really like to see kids crafts Nishana!
    It's always interesting and sweet.
    xx

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  12. This is adorable! If you are looking for more crafts to do with your little one, make sure you visit www.ACraftyArab.blogspot.com. We hold a 30 Day Ramadan Crafty Challenge every year and have over 100 FREE craft tutorials and downloads.

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