Today we want to share a gorgeous selection of free Eid SVG files, PNG Files and a JPG Alphabet for Eid and Ramadan crafts for you to download. Many of these graphics are perfect to use with Cutting Machines such as the Cricut Maker, Explore and Joy, Brother, Glowforge xTool and also Silhouette Cameo.
Additionally there’s a super cute Eid Coloring alphabet and number printable set, especially for kiddies to be able to craft along. These are all original artworks, and are free images are perfect for creating Eid crafts, activities, cards and gifts.
What You Will Find Here
What Can You Use These Free Eid SVG Files And Crafts For?
- Wood signs With Glowforge and xTool
- Sublimation Mugs
- Printable Eid Banners
- Eid Scrap booking
- Personalised t-shirts
- Coloring activities and Eid parties
- Place settings for children to colour-in
- Eid Decorations
Our Eid SVG alphabet is a set of alphabet and number templates perfect to create custom banners, Eid cards and also scrapbooking layouts. Plus these Eid fonts and numbers look stunning cut in glitter card stock, which can also be thread onto string or silk ribbon to make banners.
You can use our banner as an Eid print and cut project or simply print out your Free Eid banner and cut out by hand. This is a great craft for the kiddies to help out with the celebrations. Plus also makes a wonderful classroom decoration.
This is my favourite of all of our files. I created this Eid star to represent a mosque as the sun sets and the light starts to peek through. It’s a multi layered file, but cuts beautifully and looks great in shades of pink and purple. Although I have also seen readers cut it in many different colours and it looks equally beautiful.
My good friend Donna has also created a stunning layered file, although she decided to create a moon theme. I love the colours she has used.
This is a great file for kiddies to craft along and make their very own Eid custom banners. But also for teachers to introduce Eid to the whole class. Or indeed Scout and Guide group activities to start the conversation and educate on customs that surround Eid and Ramadan.
This is my newest Eid File, a simple layered file that is perfect for scrapbooking and creating custom wall art. This four layered file, will work beautifully in glitter and metallic cards. Plus also be used with HTV for vinyl projects such as silks and banners.
10 Fact About Eid You Should Know
A huge thank you to my wonderful friend Naseema from Saabun Soap for providing me with the top Eid facts for children. Additionally, this is a wonderful Eid resource for educating young minds. Plus also do check her out, her Indian inspired soap, it is just gorgeous and makes wonderful Eid and Mothers Day gift.
- Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr at the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan. The name Eid al-Fitr comes from the Arabic ??d al-fi?r, which means “festival of the breaking of the fast.”
- During Ramadan the fast is broken twice a day, with a meal eaten before dawn known as Suhoor and another meal is eaten after sunset called Iftar. As the time of dawn and sunset changes each day so does the time the fast can be broken.
- Ramadan and Eid- al Fitr are held in different Gregorian dates every year. Muslims have an Islamic calendar which is based on lunar cycles. A new month starts and ends with each new moon. Thus, every year, the month of Ramadan falls around 10 days earlier than it was the previous year in relation to the Gregorian calendar.
- Muslims celebrate two Eid’s in the year. One is celebrated after the Islamic month of Ramadan the other is celebrated in the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah following the pilgrimage.
- Not everyone celebrates Eid on the same day due to sighting of the moon and geographical location. Muslims look towards the closest Muslim country for guidance on the sighting of the moon.
- We start the day by wearing our best (new) clothes, praying together and giving charity. Women traditionally apply henna to their hands and men wear traditional thobes.
- We then get together with our families and friends, exchanging gifts and tucking in to some traditional eats and treats!
- Traditionally the foods we eat on Eid is biryani, and seviyan (vermicelli pudding). Recently, this has changed to a whole host of dishes being added to the table. We enjoy eating and feeding others!
- Some houses like to decorate for Ramadan and Eid. This is to remember that it is a time of celebration and happiness.
- During the Eid celebration, Muslims greet each other by saying ‘Eid Mubarak’, which is Arabic for “Blessed Eid”.
All our Eid Mubarak files on our blog are free download files that come as a zip file ready to download. The SVG format and PNG Format files have a transparent background ready to upload to Cricut Design Space and Silhouette Studio or other platforms, you will not receive a physical product just the files to let your creativity do the rest.
Do check out my commercial use page to find out more about my commercial license if you want to bulk sell any projects you make with the files. However personal use and small business use is fine. Also do check out trademarks of their respective owners with other collaborators.