We love Ramadan Decor - it helps to create a special atmosphere for our families, especially for young children who are not necessarily fasting. They are able to visually identify that this month is set apart from the rest of the year, and it can give them a sense of pride as Muslims, creating a positive self-identity and something to look forward to the whole year! Alhamdulillah.
Usually, many mini Muslims across South Africa get their Ramadan Decor from SUHAYLAkids, however this year due to the COVID-19 lockdown, we are helping you in other ways. We have sourced beautiful Ramadan decor from Muslimah designers from across the world.
Ramadan Decor need not be costly, all the links below include free printables for you to download and with which you can adorn your home to welcome this blessed month. May Allah bless their generosity, ameen.
Please do tag us on social media @suhaylakids if you use any of these in your home - wishing you and your family a blessed Ramadan!
Little Wings Gallery
Australian-based designer, Cherie of Little Wings Gallery is our go-to for Ramadan & Eid printables. Subscribe to her VIP mailing list to download her gorgeous range of free decor for Ramadan 2020, including everything pictured below plus so much more! Sign up here.
Heidi Hansen (Sweet Fajr)
If you're looking for unique Ramadan decor designs, many of them featuring lanterns, Heidi's page will delight you. Enjoy browsing this Swedish-based designer's range of printables and crafts here.
Ramadan Around the World
South African-based designer of educational Islamic art, Humayra of Amal Arts Online, has created a free Ramadan Mubarak bunting, plus kindness charts. She also has other printables available for under R60. View her range here.