Nothing says thoughtful like homemade! Here’s a homemade scrub
The message says: “Just as we have hopefully scrubbed ourselves spiritually this Ramadan, here is a little scrub for our physical selves!”
And here is another food-based one . We have shared many teacher gifts but what makes this one special is that it’s from teacher to student!
This beautiful gift idea was sent in… a bookmark with a saying from Imam Ali (as). Check out the wonderful responses too 🙂
Here is what they said!
“We’d like to share with you the gift we gave to our neighbours this Eid. Alhamdulillah it was much appreciated as a gesture of kindness and a step in the direction of bringing faiths together. It’s a 3D printed bookmark with the saying of Imam Ali (a.s). The neighbours in our area are mostly elderly so we thought a bookmark would be more appropriate than sweets!”
- Here’s another gorgeoud book! I love any gift which remind us of Allah so this one is a definite win in my books!
Another green (albeit a different type of green!) idea 🙂 A plant is always a lovely gift to receive! And I love the message of growth…
Another TEA-cher gift idea! What’s really cool about this is the hijabi 😉 We have plenty of gifts for teachers as mainstream, but something that’s clearly Muslim is a treat!
Coaster and cup available at www.deezart.co.uk
Wireless power banks as a gift for Ramadan teachers – love it!
In relation to this post about holding little majlises for our kids on Thursday nights (https://www.buzzideazz.com/thursday-majlis/) she says:
“We use indoor fairy lights at home which we hang near a window and switch on as it’s getting dark… We tell the kids that we do this so that the angels who are flying around can find our home and when they look through that window they can see us doing our majlis or remembering marhumeen, etc. They then they report it back to Allah and Imam Mehdi and they both get happy when they see that report!”
We talked about giving charity, but how about specifically sponsoring an orphan as a gift to others?
This family did exactly that – this is definitely a gift that will keep on giving long after both the gifter and the recipients are gone..