I crafted this floral crescent moon and star last year and it continues to be a staple. Here are the instructions on how to make it!
I saw many great staircase garland ideas this year. I like decorations that are reusable so I am not throwing away a lot every year. So I decorated palms with yellow and purple puffs.
- Palm Leaves (Amazon, $15)
- Yellow & Purple Puffs (Michaels)
I’m obsessed with the products from ModernWallArt. I purchased this Bismillah piece for myself, my mom, and my MIL. Lucky for me, a batch of peonies were delivered to my Trader Joe’s right before my iftar. The hurricanes are from Target.
Last year our mantle was a Ramadan showcase, but my husband and I recently fell in love with a piece of art which now monopolizes all our mantle space. I wanted the decor to complement the art so I purchased paper mache letters from Hobby Lobby. I love when Christmas decor just says Merry & Bright. So I decided to go with Mubarak. I painted them green and then tried a paint splatter technique. Which I would describe as easy but aggravating. I need more practice!
Ramadan Palm Tree
In addition I also had Ramadan flair on my entry table. The biggest addition was our lit 🌴 palm tree. In the early days of Islam, sermons were shared under the shade of a palm tree, and the Quran was placed on a palm stump. The pre-lit palm tree also adds the right amount of festive twinkle, and gives me an excuse to have a tree. You can learn more about where I purchased it here.
Peace and Salam,