Eid Al-Adha Vignette

Last year I had put together an Eid Al-Adha vignette but kept it fairly simple. This year’s vignette is a play off of last year’s with a few new additions.

I kept the same colors… black and gold with a touch of plum and green.

You may recall this Eid advent calendar from last year. If not, you can read all about it HERE.

One of my favorites are these cute lambs… love ’em! I shared their story in this post HERE.

The stenciled Kabah pillow and the framed stenciled lamb art are two of the new additions. As you can see, I made sure to incorporate the vignette color scheme when I made them. I shared the how to for the two in the previous post. That damask print box you see on the right, that’s my box of Eid surprises. You can find out why it’s called a box of surprises in this post HERE. ;)

In the previous post, I had given you a sneak peek of my vignette, and there was an inquiry about these two little sheep. Aren’t they so cute! I found them over at Carolyn’s Homework Etsy shop. I couldn’t resist them, and I new they would be a perfect addition to my vignette… and they were!

Remember these from my Ramadan countdown to Eid this past Ramadan? I thought lanterns would be a nice addition to my Eid al-Adha vignette, so I borrowed three lanterns from my countdown set. I was so excited to find that I had lanterns in the right shade of green and plum! I love ’em!

As for some of the other pieces… the ruffled table runner and doily garland I had made specifically for last year’s vignette. Unfortunately I never did do how to‘s for each one. Sorry about that! If you are interested and have any questions, just let me know and I’d be happy to answer questions on how to. The plum and gold candle holders I had purchased last year from Michael’s. They actually were my inspiration for the addition of the plum in the color scheme. :)

There you have it… this year’s Eid vignette. I think the new additions have made the vignette a bit more festive. What do you all think? I would love to hear your thoughts… so type away in the comment box below!


  1. October 10, 2012  9:06 am by ColleenB. Reply

    I think Everything looks Fantastic

  2. October 10, 2012  10:54 am by Jenan Mohajir Reply

    Makes me want to stay home and be you :) Love it! All of it!

  3. October 10, 2012  12:00 pm by Aziza Reply

    Very nice!! I love how it has the Ad7a theme w/the lambs :)

  4. October 10, 2012  1:06 pm by sahara Reply

    NICE!!. It has such a calm and serene feeling to it....just perfect for Eid.

  5. October 10, 2012  2:23 pm by Amy of while wearing heels Reply

    You thought of every detail. Those little lambs are adorable. The advent calendar is so simple BUT so creative and interesting...it speaks to me. I love that you make holidays so special for your loved ones.

  6. October 10, 2012  5:37 pm by Esra Reply

    Absolutely love this!!!!! Especially the kharoof!

  7. October 11, 2012  12:13 pm by Angela Reply

    Sweet! Love the felted sheep and the whole color scheme!

  8. October 12, 2012  6:01 pm by Fedah Abdel-Hack Reply

    Mashallah! You are very talented. Look forward to trying these ideas!

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