Craft Stick Mosque for Ramadan

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Our little Ramadan Craft Series continues with a lovely guest post from Arty Crafty Family! A gorgeous instagram account to check out and follow for all kinds of craft. Today they share their sweet craft stick mosques for Ramadan and Eid.

Make a some cute mosque cards with us today!

craft stick mosque for ramadan

We do love the recycled element of using washed popsicle sticks, newspaper and “old” cardboard for making these lovely craft stick mosques. But of course, you can also go for new(er) materials and use colorful paper scraps, paper straws and card. Or combine the two!

To make the mosque cards today, you will need:

  • A number of craft sticks (we like to wash our popsicle sticks and keep those for crafting) – as you can see from the photos these also work really well with paper straws!
  • A craft knife (parents only please)
  • Newspaper pages or old book pages/ pretty paper scraps
  • Other paper scraps for mosque details (doors or windows)
  • Some card
  • Paper for printing your Ramadan wishes on
  • Glue stick

How to make your craft stick mosques!

We like to start with the craft sticks and then sketch a mosque dome to fit the size of our craft sticks. You may however find it easier to get a mosque printable first and use that to determine the size of your project. We made some free mosque printables here, that you could adapt!

popsicle stick mosque for eid

Shape the craft sticks to suit your card

As you can imagine, it is relatively easy to make these cards!

Begin by lining up your craft sticks and making a mark across them to so you know where to cut themm down. For the main mosque building you are aiming to make a rough square.

Keep two craft sticks long for the miranet.

Cut across your craft sticks to shape.

Make the mosque dome

Lay the cut sticks on your craft paper/ book pages and sketch out a mosque dome to go on top.

Cut out the dome. Cut out a little moon too.

Repeate and make a smaller dome for your miranet.

Cut out additional details (e.g. doors)

Now cut out some doors and windows if you wish.

As well as some paper strips to add Ramadan or Eid greetings.

Assemble your Ramadan Card

Finally glue all your pieces together to make your craft stick mosque card!

And finished.

mosque crafts for ramadan and eid

Now repeat with your paper straws! Aren’t these fun!?

A big thank you to Arty Crafty Family for sharing this lovely activity with us! As mentioned, she has a wonderful instagram account, that you really must pop over too for a browse! Lots of creative inspiration for all year round.

Feeling inspired and looking for more Ramadan Crafts for Kids? Try this collection:

Ramadan Activities