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!
This Art Set for youngsters was made extra special with a special note that said:
Inshallah I pray that your life has been drawn out well this Ramadhan and Laylatul Qadr… and that you keep drawing with this set too!
Here’s another thoughtful gift – a wudhoo bottle to take on spiritual journeys (Hajj, Umrah, Ziyarat).
Plus a Youtube link is on there showing you exactly how to do wudhoo with the bottle!
Such a thoughtful and oh-so-handy gift 🙂
Check out this one – pin cushions! Cute, handmade and perfect for hijaabis young and old 🙂
How about this thoughtful gift for teachers?! So simple and yet so cool 🙂
Aaaand another thoughtful (and very useful!) gift…
One of those automatic calculating money boxes – ideal for sadqa throughout the year – the kids (erm…and adults!) will love putting coins in and reading the total
It came with chocolate coins to start off with – so was a yummy present too!
And how about this dua stand that goes on the table? With reminders of the duas to recite before and after a meal, it is invaluable!
Check out this pen 🙂
Continuing on from last year’s thoughtful gifts at Eid time, here are a few more awesome ideas 🙂
How about this cute Eid Mubarak box that can be downloaded, printed and folded at home! Perfect for cupcakes, sweets or any other little things!
Make your own mosque gift bag – then fill it with sweets or whatever takes your fancy 🙂