Ramadan Mubarak Bunting

If you’ve been following my posts you’ll know about my recent Ramadan Advent Calendar activity tickets. One of the activities was to create a Ramadan Poster, instead of making an actual poster I decided on creating some Ramadan Mubarak Bunting. I made bunting flags with letters, but left the rest blank so we could decorate it ourselves. If you have instagram, follow me here so you can be a part of all our fun advent calendar activities, here’s us decorating the bunting.



Ramadan Mubarak Bunting Printable (Large)



What do you think? Yes, nothing fancy, but having made it together is what makes it special. Since I like sharing, I’ve included the bunting here as a free printable for you all.

Of course, you could decorate it on your own, put it up as is or even print it on coloured or fancy paper, but if you have kids it’s a great activity to do with them.¬†We made stripes, circles, squares and scribbles squiggles. I used a whole punch in the corners, some wool to string through the flags and up it went with some blu-tak. Simple!

Warning: This bunting involves a lot of cutting.

4 Comments on Ramadan Mubarak Bunting

  1. Maariyah
    June 6, 2016 at 10:08 am (2 years ago)

    I loveee this!!! my 3year old and i did this! It was soo simple n soo much fun! JazakAllah khair!!!

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  2. Hasna
    May 24, 2017 at 12:49 pm (1 year ago)

    Jazake allahu khairan I’ll do it with my kids in ralaan 2017

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  3. Fateha
    April 21, 2018 at 6:49 am (6 months ago)

    Jazak’Allah khair ya habibi. May Allah shower his mercy upon you and your family. Ameen. May Allah increase your knowledge even more. Ma shaa Allah you are so talented and thoughtful and caring. May Allah bless you my dear sister. Ameen. Please pray for us, especially the children for the guidance of the almighty Allah. Ameen

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