{Eid Mubarak} + a FREE Gift Tag printable!

Eid Mubarak to all my muslims readers!

I love Eid, its a joyous time for muslims all over the world in celebration of the end of Ramadhan. I remember when i was young i used to love Eid because it meant i would get all dolled up, new dress, new shoes, new bag would get my hair done and have henna on my hands all that to prepare for Eid.

It was a special time as my family and  would get to see the rest of the family that we dont visit that often by visiting each and every one of them  (those days they were a lot of houses) to wish them Eid Mubarak. Ahh the memories of seeing them all (most of them are no longer with us – Allah yerhamhum) every house we would go we were offered sweets and 3idiya (money) and get told that that we grew  since the last time they saw us.

If you are non muslim/non arab or simply curious at what the hype is all about i suggest you read this post by an Omani blogger

Traditionally kids are given money in new notes and the kids enjoy saving them up to go toy shopping later on in the day. However i have started a another tradition in my family which is gift giving. I personally LOVE receiving gifts and i think deep down everyone rejoices when they get gifted.

So for a couple of years now i wake the girls up on the morning of Eid with wrapped gifts and wish them Eid Mubarak and get my kisses and hugs. I also give my husband a gift i bought him a perfume which i have him a couple of days ago..

I also tend to give gifts to other close family memebers and this year i decided to give them “bukhoor” aka as frankincense. I bought some which was made by my sister in law which she makes at home and sells them in  glass containers.

As this was gifts for eid i went to Center point and bought some jars asked Hubby aka alj000 to design some Eid Mubarak Gift Tags, wrapped them around the containers with some pink ribbon and VOILA!

I loved them soo much i am offering you the gift tags as a PDF files for FREE! Get both files {One and Two} which you can download for your personal use to attach your eid gifts for your loved ones. The tags are the same ones you see above with the saying Eid Mubarak in Arabic and English. (After you’ve printed the label cut on the black line and use a hole punch to make a hole and tie it around your gift)

Thank you so much for stopping by have a blessed Eid everyone!!

by mayya

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11 Responses to {Eid Mubarak} + a FREE Gift Tag printable!

  1. layla says:

    I wish you and your family a blessed Eid. Eid Mubarek!!!

    xxx layla

  2. Karima says:

    Eid Mubarak – such lovely gifts. I made some homemade cakes and cookies and gifted them to friends and family.
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  3. Maria says:

    Assalamu aleykum Sister,

    I newly discovered your blog and I love it :) To introduce myself, I am a German convert, or rather half german, half southamerican and muslim for 10 years now, alhamdulillah. I am
    married and have two girls alhamdulillah and sisters like you are a real inspiration for me and I am very thankful for your and other sisters blogs.
    Hope you and your family had a wonderful Eid. Although Eid is over I truly
    appreciate your gift tags. Insha Allah I will use them for the next Eid. Baraka Allahu fiki.
    Thank you.
    And if anybody ask me about the tags I’ll tell them about you and your blog insha Allah :)

    May Allah bless and protect you and your family!

    Hugs
    Wa Salam

    Maria

  4. Rummy says:

    I am jealous of those who got the bukhoor as I am in love with something called bukhoor. On a side note I nominated you for an award 😉 http://rummy-m-town.blogspot.com/2012/09/sunshine-award.html

  5. Sabrina says:

    Cood evening ^^

    Je tenais à vous remercier pour avoir partager ces étiquettes avec nous dont j’utiliserai, j’en suis certaine, lors d’un Eid.

    Thank you

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  7. ShivRajya says:

    For Muslims, Eid is the day of joy and celebrations, an end to a long period of fasting and discipline. The festival is celebrated for three days and people exchange greetings and gifts to wish happiness and prosperity to each other. On this day, Muslims spread a message of brotherhood and unity around the world. The festival is all about the family, friends, food and gifts. You could make your own personalised greeting card that would offer a lot of options to customize the gift you choose to send. See more on Eid Greeting Cards – http://www.postmygreetings.com/greeting-cards/festivals/eid-ul-fitr

  8. Sadaf says:

    You have a lovely blog Masha’Allah. I would love to give something like this to my friends this Eid. Thanks for the printables.

  9. puja sharma says:

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  11. Mohd Hussain says:

    Happy Eid To All My Dear Muslims Around The Word!!! May Allah Bless You With Forgiveness and Peace.
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