Thursday 4 July 2013

99 Names of Allah Tree - 30 Days of Ramadan Crafts

99 names of allah tree muslim ramadan crafts
Day 4 - 99 Names of Allah Tree

This is a great craft for the children to do and can help them with learning and reciting the 99 names. This particular Craft had a lot of computer designing to it - but you can alternatively do all of this by hand too. If you do want to do it similar to what we did I have put some links to PDF Files that I made to design this Tree that you can download for free - you will find these links at the bottom of the post. This is displayed on my daughters' bedroom wall for them to learn as they wish.
I now have the names available to download translated into Arabic! A lovely sister volunteered to do this for me and now I can give you this option.

Paper/Card - preferably Green (or you could colour the leaves yourself)
Pens/pencils - if colouring yourself
Large piece of paper - (could use wallpaper) if you are affixing the leaves onto a backing sheet.
Paper/Card - Brown for the trunk or again you could colour in this yourself.
Blu-tac - to fix the leaves and trunk onto the wall or the backing paper onto the wall.
Glue - if you are attaching the pieces to the backing paper.

99 names of allah tree muslim ramadan crafts


  • Either download the printed leaves/printed leaves with names or draw and write out each leaf yourself. I just used an online site to copy the 99 names from. We used English but a lovely sister volunteered to translate these into Arabic and place them into my design, so I now have this link for you. She wishes to remain anonymous - but I am so thankful to her.
  • If you want to put the tree onto a backing sheet start organising where you are going to put each leaf so that it makes the shape of a tree.
  • Once you have a rough idea you can start gluing the leaves onto the sheet.
  • If you are applying the leaves directly to the wall as we did then you need to attach a small piece of blu-tac to the back of each one and start sticking them onto the wall until you get the shape you want. (you may need to move them a couple of times until you are happy with the shape of the tree!
  • Once you have the leaves in place you can then move onto the trunk of the tree.
  • Try to make the trunk size in comparison to the size of the top of the tree so it doesn't look too out proportion. We used brown card for the trunk but you could just use plain paper or card and colour the trunk in yourself. Then affix it to the backing paper or the wall.
Helpful Hints:
I used Blu-tac but there are many other things you could use that may be easier for sticking paper on walls. If using a backing sheet then maybe prit-stik would work. I worked from the bottom of the tree to make a semi circle using half of the names and then used the rest to finish the circle - there may be better methods than that! As mentioned I used the printed system but handwriting them would be just as good and more unique!

Here are the downloads links to the PDF Files I designed if you want to use them:

Here is an online list of names:

Below are snippets of what the PDF Files Will Look Like.

Don't Forget that if you have made any of the Ramadan Crafts that I have blogged about, then please send in a photograph and I will publish this on my blog and my Facebook Page! You can send this via email or post on my Facebook Page Karimas-Crafts directly.


  1. I've read about a Good Deeds tree for Ramadan but this is a nice change!

  2. This is beautiful mashallah :)) A great idea to introduce to Zaki - inshallah will give this a go! Will look beautiful in his room :)) x

  3. I love this idea Karima. I keep all of them ready for next year, as Mister Pop is a bit too young for this.
    Much love to all.

  4. This is wonderful. I will use it this Ramadan. Thank you and All Praises due to Allah for your time and effort in putting this together

  5. Assalamaleykoum jazakalaokkeir!

  6. This project was a big task - and took up a lot of my time! Sorry I never got to respond to everybody's comments - I really do appreciate them all! I hope everybody is having a great Ramadan.

  7. Too Great Work you doing sister May Allah Reward you..Ameen

  8. Thanks, very beautiful, I work at school in Bosnia and will use in my classroom. May Allah Reward you.

  9. I love your great work Karima. Can I use your picture for my blog? Allah bless you! :)

  10. Thank you so much :D I'm looking for this :)

    Allah bless you ;)

  11. Salam alaikuim sis very beautiful idea below is a link to the names of Allah subhawata ala with an authentic chain for each Name of Allah.

  12. Great idea sis. I'm using this for my children's room inshallah.

  13. We just started with the names of Allah with my girls... this is a great craft to put up in their room. JazakAllah Khairan xx

  14. jazakallah for this lovely idea i used it for school work and it came out lovely


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