Stumped on what arts and crafts project to do with the kids? Create this DIY masjid banner to decorate your home. The simple mosque banner looks great the play area, fireplace mantle, or a book case. It’s gorgeous enough to add a festive touch for Ramadan and Eid too!
Kid’s love to trace our masjid cookie cutter when making this banner. If they are not big enough to cut, you can help them and they can decorate each piece. Here’s the details with a video to simplify the steps of creating the banner –
Materials needed to make masjid banner:
- Pen or pencil
- Color Paper
- Masjid cookie cutter from With A Spin Peace set
- Mettalic dimensional paint
- Take your choice of colored paper and trace the mosque cookie cutter.
- Cut along the traced lines. We usually take 3-4 papers at a time so that we can get 3-4 masjid pieces at a time.
- Repeat until you have the desired number of masjid pieces. We used 30 pieces.
- Use dimensional paint to decorate each piece. Kids can also use crayons, glitters, etc. to decorate.
- Use tape to stick each masjid pieces to the ribbon.
- Hang the banner around your home to add a festive touch.
Here’s a quick video of how to make the masjid banner.
P.S. Did you make this DIY of ours? We’d love to see it!
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