Ramadan Craft Day 18 – Masjid Sun Catcher

Taken from jannahsteps.com

Beautiful, isn’t it?  And when I saw how simple it was to make it – I loved it even more.

Here are the instructions:

1. Print the Masjid Suncatcher Template.

2. Cut out the “windows” of the masjid ahead of time, ready to pull out when  you need that time!

3. Provide these supplies: glue, different colored cellophane paper (precut into shapes that can go over any window)
(If your child can handle scissors, I would just allow him to do the cutting himself, just hand him some larger size pieces to cut!)

4. While you read Quran, you know your child has something to keep himself occupied with!

Click here for DIY Ramadan Bookmarks

Ramadan Craft Day 15 – Watercolor Stars

Taken from Ramadanjoy.com


  • Watercolor Paper
  • Watercolors (blues, purples and white)
  • Glitter
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • Hole Punch
  • String


  1. Wet one side of the watercolor paper under tap water.
  2. Mix white with blue or purple to make varying shades of the colors.
  3. Completely cover the paper with paint. Once its covered hold it up vertically so that the colors can run and blend together. Create as many sheets as you’d like then let dry. Once the paper is dry paint the other side of the paper.
  4. Make a star pattern by tracing or draw a star shape. Once the paper is dry trace the star shape on the paper and then cut out.
  5. Punch a hole at the top of each star.
  6. Cover the star with glue from the glue stick.
  7. Sprinkle glitter over the star.
  8. Let dry then hang with string.

(courtesy RamadanJoy.com)

Ramadan Day 11- Certificates from Mini Mumin.com

Not really a craft – but a treat for the kids ;)

Mini-Mumin.com com has a selection of Ramadan related certificates to print:
1. Certificate for memorizing the duaa for breaking fast
2. Certificate for memorizing the duaa for sighting the crescent moon
3. Certificate to recognize the number of days fasting for Ramadan

Click for complete list of 30 Ramadan Crafts Series


Ramadan Craft Day 8 – Masjid Puzzle


Source: ummabdulbasirscreativecorner

You need:
- A transparent (plastic) protective sleeves
- Colors/ paints
- Bits of velcro
  1. Print the template here (page 1)
  2. Slide it through your transparent plastic sleeve. (seal it if you’d like)
  3. Now print out your shapes here (page 2)
  4. Color, paint, decorate
  5. Optional to laminate the shapes. Or stick them on a thick paper to make them sturdy
  6. place one side on the velcro on the plastic (which has the template on it)  and the other bit on the shapes itself. So the kids can remove and place making it a long lasting game!

Source: umm abdulbasirs creative corner

For more DIY Craft kits, click here: Ramadan Card Making Kit.