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COMMENTS: 9 responses to “Planning a modernEid Celebration”

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  4. Aamina

    I really like the arabesque design. Modern Eid has excellent stuff!

  5. Sharmina Zaidi

    Assalaamoalaikum! I love modernEid! I saw the Eid decor – AWESOME! I always try to get the kids excited about Eid. There’s so much out there for them to get distracted by – Halloween, Christmas, Valentines. So whatever I can do to make Eid more appealing to them, I do. I think a modern Eid balances tradition, family, and of course, Islam. We all come from different backgrounds, eat different foods, and celebrate in our own way. But we are united in our celebrating this holy-day :)

    We have a lot of extended family near by, so we could use the decor. I’m sure everyone would love it. I like both the Arabesque and the Mod. I love blues and greens, but because of the weather and fall colors, I think I’d go with the Arabesque, Insha Allah! Jazak Allahu Khairan for your hard work!

  6. Koloud 'Kay' Tarapolsi

    I love the Arabesque design and look forward to have options of decorating for Eid with modern designs! It’s so nice to finally have options. I make and sell handmade Eid cards (www.zibbet.com/acraftyarab) and love supporting other businesses that are trying to break out in this field as well!

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