Monday 8 July 2013

Ramadan Bunting Decorations - 30 Days of Ramadan Crafts

Ramadan Bunting Decorations tutorial Muslim Islamic Craft
Day 7 - Ramadan Bunting Decorations

We have just finished making the Bunting for this year - I have written an easy tutorial and also provided a free download of the templates that we used to make ours. We did this last year but this time we used some pastel colours for a change.

  • Coloured Card
  • Paper to use for the letters.
  • Hole Punch to make holes (or use something else for holes)
  • Crayons or other colouring stationery.
  • String (we used wool!)
  • Glue/Prit-stick

Ramadan Bunting Decorations tutorial Muslim Islamic Craft

Step 1) Using the card, cut out some triangles (you can use the free template if you wish).
Step 2) Make sure you puncture 2 holes into the tops of the triangles so that you can insert the string afterwards.
Step 3) Draw/write out the letters for the bunting (or print out the ones on the free template)
Step 4) Colour in the Letters and then cut them out once finished.
Step 5) Place the triangles in a nice coloured pattern if using different coloured cards so that it looks neat.
Step 6) Glue the Letters onto the triangles - avoiding the holes.
Step 7) Thread the string through all the triangles and then hang up and display!

Here is the link to the free download for the Bunting Templates: Ramadan Bunting.pdf

Helpful Hints:
If you want to be more creative you could follow this design using Scrap Fabric and cut out the triangles and letters using different fabrics. You could still use glue if you don't want to sew or if you like sewing you could sew the letters on and make it more secure.

Above is another photo of a Ramadan Bunting we have in the house. This was made completely by my 11 year old daughter using Coloured paper cut into hearts and with the letters 'RAMADAN' handwritten on. She has put this above her bed.

Ramadan Bunting Decorations tutorial Muslim Islamic Craft
Above is a photograph of the Bunting that we designed last year.
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. Assalaamu alaikum...

    Mashallah i'm loving this series of posts... and it's giving me inspiration to craft along with you...
    My small people are going to love trying some of these inshallah...

  2. You had many ideas for preparing Ramadan dear. May you and your family have a blessed month.
    Take care. xx

  3. Love all your craft ideas so far mashAllah!

  4. Salaamu aleikoum, MACHALLAH Karima I'm loving all your ideas. May Allah bless you as you have saved this really uncreative and crafty mom lots of braindrain. I'm using all of your ideas

  5. These are wonderful Ramadan Craft ideas masha Allah. I was thinking of sewing a Ramadan or Eid bunting but this is much quicker!!

  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. Tried it out and turned out great


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