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Make Eid Greeting Cards even more special by personalising them. It's a lovely feeling when one receives a Beautiful Eid Card thats handmade with all the meanngful Eid Decorations seen on them. A great Eid Craft to learn and teach.
Take an A3 sized blue coloured card paper.
Draw a masjid with minarets of approximate 1/3 height of the card.
Draw doodle design on it.
Cut along the outlines of masjid and minarets.
Paint the doodle design with Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky - Light Green 704 and White 707.
Leave it to dry.
Take an A3 sized dark green coloured card paper.
Draw a rectangle measuring 8” x 16” in size.
Fold the paper in the centre to make a card.
Cut the window out of on the front side of the card by leaving 1” of a border from all the sides.
Take an A4 sized white coloured gateway / butter paper.
Cut a square measuring 8”x 8” in size.
Stick the cut square from the rear side of the window with Fevicol MR.
Let it dry.
Take the cutouts of the masjid with minarets.
Stick them inside the card using the relief technique with a two way tape.
Outline the minaretss and the masjid with Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Silver 402 along with few horizontal lines below the minaretss and masjid.
Enhance the card by sticking few ornamental stones with Fevicol MR on the butter paper to depict the stars.
Outline the misty image of minarets and masjid which we can be seen through the butter paper with Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Silver 402 along with writing the message “EID MUBARAK” on the right top corner.
Leave it to dry.
Liquid Embroidery Glitter - Silver 402, Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliner Non Sticky - Light Green 704, White 707, Fevicol MR.A3 Sized Dark Green Coloured Card Paper, A4 Sized White Coloured Gateway / Butter Paper, Blue Coloured Card Paper, Pencil, Scissors, Two Way Tape.A4 Satin Finish Paper