Eid Inspiration

Are you still looking for Eid inspiration? There’s still time to whip up something for your loved ones. Here’s some inspiration for ya!

Eid Inspiration Board

You could sit for hours (or days for some) searching ideas on Pinterest. I thought to give you a hand by sharing some of my favorites that I’ve discovered through Pinterest. You can find some more ideas on my Pinterest board as well.


Can we say love? I immediately fell in love with this gold and teal dessert table. You can check out the details over at In My Studio.

In My Studio does not stop there… she has some adorable free printables for you too! Here are just a couple of them…



I love macarons… do you love them too? Well you’ve got to see these…


Aren’t they beautiful! Macarons are one of those treats that can just stand alone… really, no fancy packaging needed… but I’ll take one anyway. ;) These macarons were made by BOBOmacarons and you can find them in their Etsy shop.

I sure do love myself some cute packaging… it can make the simplest of treats the more special. Here’s just a couple of ideas…


This gift packaging is made by Soul and Paper. Wanna know how awesome she is? She has a free PDF file waiting for you in three different colors! Just click HERE.


Okay so we’ve seen the cookie ingredients in a jar gift, but I love that it has a touch of Eid to make it more special for the occasion. This one was made using paper napkins and decorations from Eid Creations.

How about some simple treats that are sure to be enjoyed?


I mean, who doesn’t like rice crispy treats? This Little Life of Mine made crescent and star shaped treats. Need the how to… just go HERE.

Want more treat ideas? Here ya go…


These beautiful mini cupcakes are made by Shams D. Gorgeous, aren’t they!


Do you like dates? Well you are going to want to check out these date truffles by Holly over at Arabic Zeal.

Want more ideas? Okay, how about these…


Another one from This Little Life of Mine. I love Amnah’s idea of using cookie cutters to make salt dough ornaments and embellishing a candle with them. Love it!


This next idea was made by Afzia from Style & Elegance. It appears that she took small boxes and wrapped them, and then either used glittery stickers or chip board letters. If you can’t find small boxes, you can also use wood blocks.


This stamp by Muslab would be great for any DIY project… cards, tags, packaging, even edible treats! But if you do use it to stamp edible treats you will want to make sure to use it only for that to keep it food safe.


Last but not least is this cute Eid card from Magic Imprints. It’s a printable so you can print as many as you want.

Ode to Inspiration Eid Ideas

Also, don’t forget to check out some of my past Eid ideas that I’ve shared with you. You can view them HERE.

I hope you were able to find some inspiration today. If you have ideas you want to share, I would love to hear them. Send them my way! Check out my Facebook page for some more ideas. Remember, it’s not too late to get crafting for Eid!


  1. August 5, 2013  8:18 pm by Maha Reply

    Maysem what wonderful ideas! My personal favorite are the macaroons. Simple and elegant all on their own. But I will also utilize the free printable- thanks! Inshallah Eid Mubarak!

  2. August 5, 2013  10:53 pm by Yasmine Reply

    Simply lovely, Maysem! Thanks for sharing. This is definitely getting me motivate. I've gotta try those date truffles.

  3. August 5, 2013  11:24 pm by ColleenB. Reply

    Even tho I'm not of the same faith; you have some very wonderful inspiring ideas listed.
    I love Macaroons and it has been so long since I'm made em.
    Have a great day and enjoy your week.

  4. August 6, 2013  4:11 am by Sophie Reply

    Thank you so much Maysem! Please, more and more:)

  5. August 6, 2013  8:30 am by Alia Reply

    Thanks for sharing those free printables!

  6. August 6, 2013  8:48 pm by Magic Imprints Reply

    Thanks so much for featuring our Eid Card printable! We're pleased and honored! :)

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