Eid Tablecloth

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What a lovely idea to do on Eid!

“We started this tablecloth in 2000. It has the names of everyone we’ve shared Thanksgiving with each year. Each year is a different color. I am so grateful to have the signatures of those who have left us. . . mom, David’s dad, our daughter Mary. It has scribbles of grands and special messages. Everyone signs it at our Thanksgiving and then I embroider it each year and it is quite a treasure to me. Along the edge is a key of what color goes with what year. Thanksgiving is this weekend at our house so we are ready for a new set of signatures.” ❤️

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Thoughtful Gift Ideas 24: Jewellery Tree with meaning!

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This is what it said:

“Have you not considered how Allah presents an example, [making] a good word like a good tree (Shajaratun Tayyiba), whose root is firmly fixed and its branches [high] in the sky [heaven]?” 

Sura Ibrahim (14): Verse 24

 Inshallah, I hope we all decorated our akhlaaq and our words in this holy month of Ramadhan to be like that of a ‘good tree’ (Shajartun Tayyiba).

I really hope you enjoy decorating this tree too, and using it to organise and hang your jewellery!

 EID MUBARAK!

Is it Eid yet? A Fun and Educational Countdown for Kids.

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It’s already that time of year, would you believe?!

“On one such occasion last year I found myself telling him Eid was only 100 days away…and with that came an idea so exciting that I set to work straight away. We would have a tree – it would be a learning tree, a growing tree and with each leaf that opened we would count one less day till Eid but one more inch closer to Allah. I proposed to my then-four-year-old that we would have a “99 Names of Allah Tree.”

And here dear reader, I invite you to join us! This year on the 29th of March, it will be approximately 99 days till eid.”

Read the full article here: http://seekershub.org/blog/2016/03/countdown-to-eid/

Kaaba Favours

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These would make perfect favours for any Eid-ul-Adha party or school presentation, or just to give to neighbours!

Sent in by a mum: “We decorated small ka’ba gift boxes and filled with chocolates to give as a gift.”

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Thoughtful Gift Idea 20: Candles for Teachers

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Last but not least for our thoughtful gift idea series this year is with the same theme of making gifts more meaningful with a message…

These are candles for teachers of Ramadhan classes who dedicated the month to teaching young ones and serving them iftaar first, etc – they read: “A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others.”

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