Fruits in a bowl is our next Thoughtful Gift! Healthy and pretty, with a dua linked in – hopefully this gift was enjoyed a lot!
The dua reads: “And (mention) when Abraham said: My Lord, make this a secure city and provide its people with fruits – whoever of them believes in Allah and the last day.” May Allah bestow His fruits on you this Eid!
Next up on the Thought Gift series is this one. Something fun and very in at the moment!
I absolutely LOVE this Thoughtful Gift – homemade with love and using only natural resources, this gift is a brilliant one. The gift tag pun is just the icing on the cake
Here is what Sarah Daya said about it:
Inspired by #loveontherocks we made #sunandmoon #noughtsandcrossesbags for Eid this year. The boys loved making and playing with these. Also a great activity for the summer. If you haven’t seen the @loveontherocks_uk movement, get on it!! ?????#eidrocks#eidmubarak #modgepodge
Next in the thoughtful gift series is this burst of colour! Not only is it a great gift, but the little message linking the gift to the holy month adds that special something 🙂
The message reads: May all your hard work during this month fill your day with a burst of joy and colour!
- Here’s another colourful gift – love the Colours of Islam reference!
Here’s another idea for teachers… something practical that they can use, and that will hopefully fit in a purse or a bag 🙂
P.S. It can also be used for friends and family also – just adjust the wording accordingly!
To kick us off on our Thoughtful Gift series for 2018, check this one out!
What can mean more than a gift that gives in the hereafter as well? And many of us give charity in others names, but this letter makes it very concrete and meaningful!
Subhanallah! This is for all you parents out there who are forever eating your children’s leftovers 🙂
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