Gorgeous Cardboard Ramadan Garland with Cookie Cutters

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Another wonderful Ramdan Craft to make with kids – recycle a cardboard box and turn into this fantastic cardbaord Ramadan Garland by the wonderful Craftastic Kids on Instagram. She uses a wonderful Cookie Cutter hack to create some simple stencils to make this fantastic recycled decorative craft!

Come make a Ramadan Garland with us today!

Cardboard Ramadan Decor Garland

Before we get started, I do want to highlight Craftastic Kids again – this is a wonderful instagrammer with a host of wonderful crafts to make all year round – not just for Ramadan! So well worth a follow, whatever your background and interests.

For example, I love:

  • The recycled Mum Art Project – here – (would make a lovely gift)
  • Adorable Cardboard Tube Mini Lanterns – here
  • Or Air Dry Clay Trinket Dishes – here

Supplies needed to make this Ramadan Garland:

  • A cardboard box (or some flaps from one)
  • Some string
  • Ramadan or Eid Cookie Cutter Shapes – here the mosque shape and star shape were used… but you can be inspried to create your own
  • Pencile and craft knife (to add the RAMADAN letters)
  • A white marker pen (posca pens are great)
  • Some string and tape

How to make your cardboard Ramadan Garland

cut out enough shapes

Trace your mosque cookie cutter and cut out enough shapes write the word Ramadan (you will need 7 mosques). Also cut out a number of little star shapes. The easiest way to do this is to use a stanly knife!

With a pencil lightly add the letters for R A M A D A N to your mosque.

Using a stanly knife, cut the top layer of your cardboard and peel back, to reveal the cardboard structure below.

outline your cardboard shapes

We love the white contrast that the white Posca Pens allows you to add. Though of course you can use any colour pen!

ramadan garland craft

Be creative with your white decorative features! Leave some of your mosques “plain” and add dots, stars or dashes to your other shapes.

Outline your little stars too!

bring together

Thread the string through the cardboard and done!

Hang on your door!

And done! I hope you like this lovely project from Craftastic Kids! Do pop over and follow this fantastic instagram account too!

See all the guest post Ramadan Crafts shared here on Red Ted Art in one place:

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