Eid-al-Adha is the second important religious occasion celebrated by Muslims all over the world every year. It is also called Feast of Sacrifice, Greater Eid or Bakr Eid. As most of my blog readers are not Muslims, So First let me tell you about the history of this Muslim’s Festival “Eid“
Today I will be sharing my #CreativeCollections related Hajj & Eid Crafts, As Eid-al-adha is just around the corner now! So have a look at some ideas & Info about it.
Hajj 2015-Eid Al Adha Art & Craft ideas
In the lunar based Islamic calendar, this Eid falls on 10th day of Dhu al Haijjah and lasts for four days. Muslims all over the world sacrifice halal animals to give honor to the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim a.s (Abraham), Who sacrifice his own son Hazrat Ismail a.s on the command of Allah (s.w.t) but Allah (s.w.t) informed him through his angel Hazrat Jibrail a.s that his sacrifice has already been accepted, and the son was exchanged with a sheep. That was a sign of acceptance of Abraham’s sacrifice.
So most of the Muslims sacrifice sheep or other halal animals to gratify Allah’s (s.w.t) will on these particular days of Hajj.
Hajj 2015-Eid Al Azha Art & Craft ideas
|Kids Craft on Eid-al-Adha theme.
|Eid-al-Adha Greeting card.
|Handmade paper lanterns.
Creative cakes for the Hajj performers (Hajji).
|Paper Mache Kaaba.
Decor the cupcakes to make them look funky with cupcake toppers, Sheep with googly eyes.
|Eid-Al-Adha cupcakes toppers.
Welcome the Hajjies in your family in such artistic way. It just need your little effort and it will inspire your guests :)
|Paper Rosette Hajj Mubarak Banner
|Eid-Al-Adha Sheep cake.
You can also enjoy my other Eid Cards Making ideas & tutorials at #CreativeCollections
I hope you will like to make some handmade cards for your family & friends :) It’s really interesting making some colorful cards, So don’t forget to try making one :)
I will be sharing my own Hajj & Eid al adha crafty creation, So don’t forget to visit again, Hopefully I will be publishing tomorrow. I made some tiny sheep & building of Makkah.
Thank you for reading the article, Have a Great day Everyone!
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